Lee wrote:Dear Taho
By looking at the results it looks as though its a problem with the set up of the WPS500.
Are you using the correct Pico Technology Compression Hose?
Within the Software is a 'Options...' Tab. This will bring up the 'Compression Test Options' dialog box. You will see within this box there is a tick box which is called 'Compensation'.
This needs to be enabled as this allows the software to know that the Pico Compression Hose has been used and it will therefore be able to compensate for the volume created by using the Hose ensuring that the results are accurate and correct.
Its also important that the correct Compression Ratio is entered and the correct Cylinder Volume as this too will ensure the software can calculated the results correctly and give you the correct figures.
I hope this helps to answer your question.
Lee - Automotive Technical Specialist
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