|Item Weight||1.3 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||10.3 x 8.8 x 3.8 inches|
|Item model number||5609|
|Manufacturer Part Number||5609|
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OTC 5609 Cylinder Leakage Tester Kit
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- Quickly diagnose internal engine problems such as bad rings valves and leaking head gaskets
- Comes complete with adapters for most applications
- Dual 2-1/2 inch gauges feature chrome bezel and rugged protective outer boot
- Pressure regulated manifold includes quick couplers
- Blow molded hard case with removable lid
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Top Customer Reviews
The tester works well and the fact that it has two identical gauges is an added benefit, as some other testers can only go up to 10 psi on the cylinder side. With this gauge I was able to test at several psi in the 60 - 10 psi range. The gauge works up to 100 psi, so depending on your air supply, you could test at higher ranges.
I chose the tester over other brands because it could cover a good range of line pressure for the leak tests.
Comes in a nice sturdy case like other OTC tools.
Dials are easy to read and the instructions were clear.
I'm sure I can make a DIY tester for cheaper but the overall package and quality of this tool is top notch.
A mechanic will charge anywhere from $75-150, save yourself some cash and do it yourself!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Seems alright in initial quality, save for one big caveat: the supposedly common adapter doesn't even screw in the spark plug hole. Read morePublished 16 days ago by Amazon Customer
Works well and helped me pinpoint ring and valve leakage. It's one of the few kits that has the small adapter that fits my snowmobile's small spark plug hole. Read morePublished 25 days ago by Crebs93
This is an INVALUABLE tool. Test engines in or out of the car. Saves time to make sure things are decent, before you put the engine in the car.Published 1 month ago by Adam Kerchner
Good quality, but I expected a solid manifold... the aluminum block under the regulator is not a block, its just a thin aluminum sheet metal cover and a very poorly made one.. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Kwis