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Old Yesterday, 10:18 PM   #26
esmth
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CC'd the chambers too (why i removed the carbon and saw the crack in the previous post.)

I measured both the volume of water the chamber took, capped with plexiglass with a single hole. I also measured the differential weight before and after the water was added. I zero'd the scale before adding water with cylinder head and plexi on top, and took the weight after. 1 gram h2o is 1cc exactly. I also sealed the spark plug, valves, and plexi to the head with fluid film. This is also the results of about 10 rounds of measurement on each cylinder to be sure.

Cylinder 1: 52.5cc
Cylinder 2: 52.75cc
Cylinder 3: 52.5cc
Cylinder 4: 52.5cc
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