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joseph702


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posted June 24, 2012 01:27 PM        
super sport head piston to valve

i know to check piston to valve clearince is not tdc but were do i start? any one know around wha degree ? working on it right now so any help would be nice ty .

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davisag


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posted June 24, 2012 03:00 PM        
around 12 degrees before tdc for the ex and 12 degrees after tdc for the inlet, you lookin 1 mm clearance for the inlet and a little more for the ex
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joseph702


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posted June 24, 2012 03:36 PM        
thank u
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Y2KZX12R


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posted June 24, 2012 07:09 PM        
+1

I usually find 8-10 BTDC is the closest point on the exhaust and 8-10 ATDC for the intake.

Its best to check it at 6 8 10 and 12. you will see it cet closer and then further.

Piston to valve clearance depending on your springs and the major intensity of the cam grinds. Typical is no less than .040"-.050" on the intake and .050"-.070" on the exhaust.

Stay to the high side if the major intensity is below 24.
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