Yea you can get a cheap gauge at Harbor Freight or borrow/rent one from an auto parts store. Pull the plugs, screw in the gauge and crank the engine (pinch off the fuel line so you don't get gas flying all over). Usually you want it to be around 120 and within 5% or so between the cylinders.
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