Rotations Per second = time measure in secs / number or rotations
For RPM x 60 (seconds in a minute!)
Any other comparative readings/tests you think will shed more light?
Forgot to say, with the "guessed" low compression, we should see lower resistance and faster spinning of engine, not slower and higher resistance (amps), so not just a blown head gasket ... Anyone care to comment?
Engine mechanical rather than starter is my belief (98% sure),
The car can run for a few minutes, but then dies.
Before we remove things (like inlet manifold) or the engine and one head, maybe both, what else can/should we check ... I fancy diagnosing the last degree out of this, as it looks like a great opportunity to learn ...
My take is it has a bank problem because of the alternating High/Low peaks. Also the lower peaks are not 360* but 330* after the preceding peak. I would keep that in mind. Timing on one bank????
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