How to adjust valves

May 1994
Dirt Bike;May94, Vol. 24 Issue 5, p82
Shows how to check and adjust the valves on four-stroke motorcycles. Relation of the varying of valve clearances to engine temperature; Removal of the crankshaft hole cap; Requirement of familiarity with the use of a micrometer; Relation of the tension of the cam cap bolts with valve clearances; Disassembly and assembly procedures for the entire valve operating system.


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