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April 6th, 2015, 01:53 PM   #121
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Originally Posted by scorpion View Post
2011 390FE 7.7 hours, first check

Can I call this TDC? I know, I'm a bit paranoid this is my first valve check
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August 26th, 2015, 04:06 AM   #122
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Originally Posted by jeffk95z View Post
Bike: 2011 FE390
KM: 3006
Hours: 83.6
Riding Notes: a mixture of trails and street riding with 17" supermoto setup

Intake R: 0.10mm - slightly hard @ .10 - 0.08 is super easy, 0.13 would not fit
Intake L: 0.10mm - slightly easy, could be 0.11? 0.13 would not fit
Exhaust R: 0.15mm - slides in with light pressure - 0.18mm would not fit
Exhaust L: 0.13mm - slides in with light pressure - 0.15 would not fit

These look great to me with the possible exception of the right intake. It's slightly tight but i'll leave it for now and be sure to see how it changes on the next check.
Did my second valve check yesterday... no real change, the Intake tightened up very slightly, but was still able to get the .10mm in without much trouble.

Bike: 2011 FE390
KM: 4524
Hours: 124
Riding Notes: a mixture of trails and street riding with 17" supermoto setup and winter use with Timbersled snowbike conversion

Intake R: 0.10mm - slightly hard @ .10 - 0.13 would not fit
Intake L: 0.10mm - slightly hard @ .10 - 0.13 would not fit
Exhaust R: 0.15mm - ok @ .15 - 0.18 would not fit
Exhaust L: 0.13mm - ok @ .13 - 0.15 would not fit
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December 18th, 2016, 12:57 PM   #123
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Originally Posted by jeffk95z View Post
Did my second valve check yesterday... no real change, the Intake tightened up very slightly, but was still able to get the .10mm in without much trouble.

Bike: 2011 FE390
KM: 4524
Hours: 124
Riding Notes: a mixture of trails and street riding with 17" supermoto setup and winter use with Timbersled snowbike conversion

Intake R: 0.10mm - slightly hard @ .10 - 0.13 would not fit
Intake L: 0.10mm - slightly hard @ .10 - 0.13 would not fit
Exhaust R: 0.15mm - ok @ .15 - 0.18 would not fit
Exhaust L: 0.13mm - ok @ .13 - 0.15 would not fit
And my 3rd valve check, barely any change from the last time, just one exhaust loosened up a little.

Bike: 2011 FE390
KM: 6292
Hours: 177
Riding Notes: a mixture of trails and street riding with 17" supermoto setup and winter use with Timbersled snowbike conversion

Intake R: 0.10mm - slightly hard @ .10 - 0.13 would not fit
Intake L: 0.10mm - slightly hard @ .10 - 0.13 would not fit
Exhaust R: 0.15mm - ok @ .15 - 0.18 would not fit
Exhaust L: 0.15mm - ok @ .15 - 0.18 would not fit
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August 13th, 2018, 10:19 PM   #124
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I Ride: 2010 FE 390 ; 2012 350 EXC ; 2018 250 EXC TPI
Bike: 2010 FE390

KM: 8611
Hours: 245.4
Riding Notes: ADV & trail riding - Mix of single track, gravel roads & ashphalt

Intake R: 0.13mm - ok 0.14 would not fit
Intake L: 0.14mm - ok 0.15 would not fit
Exhaust R: 0.15mm - ok @ 0.16 would not fit
Exhaust L: 0.14mm - ok @ 0.15 would not fit

All seems in spec.

This is an amazing bike
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