those are low but
a few things to consider. You have to be sure your equipment is reading correctly, Cant tell you how many times I have been misguided by faulty equipment or hook up. IF possible check equipment against a known good working engine and see if you get normal readings.
Next, should not mater much but did you have the throttle plate wide open? did you have all the plugs out (helps with cranking speed)?
Did you try putting a little oil in each plug hole (wet vs dry test).
You may want to do a leak down test, this will tell you if you have a ring issue vs a valve issue. they are all the same so I would assume IF they truly are that low, most likely worn compression rings, the leak down test will help know for sure (you will see low % and hear the air escaping thru the block (valve cover/dip stick/from the opening that lead down the front cover where the timing chain goes).
as far as the power test (1&2 not changing RPM). this is where you really should focus. Start with listening to the injectors, make sure you hear them clicking. For spark, pull the plugs out, leave them attached to the plug lead and rest the metal body of the plug on the valve cover, check for spark.
If both check (click and spark) pull the suspect injector and one that seem to be working, check to see if they both spray the same while cranking. Its possible you have a slightly clogged injector. You could even just swap the #3
(good injector) with &1 or &2 (the bad cylinders), and see if the power test fails on #3
after the swap (and passes on the cylinder that got #3
Cant overstate the importance of making sure you compression readings are really that low. Also the factory specs are a bit optimistic IMHO, my 75 gets about 150-155 across all, below factory spec yet is runs just fine. I think more typical reading on a engine that has 100k or more miles would be 125-150 and it would run fine, just down on max power. Confirm those low numbers before going to far. a wet test will prove out the ring issue, if you jump up to 170psi from 110psi with an teaspoon of oil added, then yes your engine is worn and would be something you need to consider.