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Originally posted by Wayne at Pelican Parts
That's one of the reasons why there is a range - this is not an exact science. As long as you are within the range, you're fine...


I want(ed) it as accurate as possible (as the valve adjustment must be), and fortunately after the final torqueing of both the L and R cams today, both are hitting right in the middle. Additionally, I'm seeing both the intake opening and exhaust closing on both sides, they look to be very accurate.

(I took one of the old chain tensioners, which is in good condition, and compared (measured) the heights of the new tensioners, upon address of the arms, and they are about the same spread.)
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Old 02-11-2005, 08:51 PM
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