Equalising the combustion chambers of our 1939 Packard

By Craig Ranson
By Craig Ranson

Managing Director – Bridge Classic Cars

Ady is currently equalising the combustion chambers on our 1939 Packard 120. This process can be time consuming depending on how far out the readings are originally. Equalising the combustion chambers is a way of levelling the readings of the cylinder capacity (CC). If the cylinders are reading differently from each other then his can cause the engine to run badly or not at all in some instances.

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