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Remember that if # 1 cylinder is at TDC , it could be there on the compression
stroke or the exhaust stroke. You want to adjust those valves when #1 is on
the compression stroke. The crank turns two full revolutions and the cam turns
four times per cycle. You can tell if #1 is on the COMPRESSION stroke. Look at
the rockers, both should have an equal amout of play. Adjust both valves for that
cylinder. Turn the engine 90 deg in normal rotation to adjust the next cylinder
for firing order.
Old 07-08-2008, 11:44 AM
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