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June 13th, 2018, 04:26 PM   #1
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Do I have to remove the rad every time to adjust my valve?

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I took the 90* allen wrench used to remove the cover and cut it shorter. That way the cover can be removed without the wrench contacting the radiator.

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Like Pollo said and an allen head screwdriver insert to spin them after you crack them loose

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Hi Guys! Thanks for your tips.

I was able to do it with a short Allen et a screw driver.
My actual problem Is to put it dead center. I use a plastic straw and place the cylinder at the top position, exhaust valve were 100% free but I had a little resistance with the intake valve adjustment. So that probably sign that I wasn't dead center. The head is 100% rebuilt with double spring. I never have the little slack like on the youtube's video.

Are you able to use the 0.12mm shim or your use the 1/6 trick?

Thanks for your help, I never adjust valve before.

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make sure tdc is AFTER intakes open and close. (not after exhaust)
if after exhaust your exhaust clearances will be way off.
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make sure tdc is AFTER intakes open and close. (not after exhaust)
if after exhaust your exhaust clearances will be way off.
sage advice, ask me how I know.
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you want the leading edge of the proud bump on the flywheel (fir the ignition to spark) to be level with a line from the middle of the end of the crank and the bottom edge of the screw that is to the left (at 9 o clock). this is true TDC.

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Thanks again for your tips,

I did it again but this time after the intake (in/out) movement. Then move the cylinder up, adjust valve with the 1/6 trick. The bike make some little back fire and stall at high rpm and didn't reatch the third gear.

I didn't see Taffy's recommandation. I notice white line+ the edge on the ''generator'' flywheel.
If intake valve (in/out) is done, cylinder completely up, what would be the next step?
Should I use a 0.12mm ''shim'' to adjust the valve? If yes, can I use 0.13mm? I may have to bend it.


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July 23rd, 2018, 06:18 PM   #10
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Hi!

Can some one tell me if it's like that?
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