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if you have everything installed correctly then these valves are a torque value that need a torque wrench to torque the rocker nut to specs.you don`t say if you have change from the factory style head assembly.
make sure engine is warmed up. Put cylinder one at top dead center,remove the valve cover,loosen all adjustment lock nuts,adust intake and exhaust valves on cyl #1 and intake valve on #2 and exhaust valve on #3. now rotate crankshaft 360 degrees clockwise, now adjust intake valves on cyl#3 and cyl #4 and exhaust valves on cyl #2 and cyl #4.now tighten lock nuts and install valve cover. specs are intake valves 25mm clearance and exhaust 28mm clearance, use a feeler gauge,heres a picture to show you where to check clearance.
It sounds like either you have missed 1 tappet and its looser than the others OR you have done 1 up to tight and its hitting the piston . but you can tell the differance between the two the loose tappet is a tick tick and a valve on the piston in a differant sound as its a metal valve hitting a alloy piston ,,so repair it now dont leave it..
possibly on an "inspection cover" that covers your flywheel/clutch area back on the front of the "bell housing"? Some vehicles have a cover in this area so one can inspect the clutch or the torque converter.