I had oil leaking from my Kohler 28 EFI and told my dealers head mechanic to perform a compression and leak-down test so I could get a feeling for what the engine may or may not have left. He call me yesterday and told me the compression tested good, but the #1 cylinder was in the moderate range on the leak-down test. I told him it could be the rings, a scar in the cylinder wall, or a valve not seating properly, and I wanted him to look inside the engine to physically see what it looked like. He called me this morning and said the number one cylinder looked worse than he would have thought based on the leak-down test. I immediately told him I was not fooling with that engine and would have him one on the way within 30 minutes. I call my friend at Small Engine Warehouse and had a new in the box Kohler 28 efi shipped to arrive at my dealer on Thursday at what my dealer considered an unbelievable price, one he said he could not come close to when buying himself.