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Ajust vavle clearance on g10 suzuki

Do some g10 suzuki motors have non ajustable vavle clearance

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SOURCE: i need the vavle clearance on a 1995 suzuki swift

Hi, the Suzuki Swift 1.0 has hydraulic lifters (no adjustment needed). The 1.3: Inlet - 0.23 - .027 hot and Exhaust - 0.26 - 0.30 hot. The 1.3 GTI has hydraulic lifters (no adjustment needed)

Posted on Nov 04, 2009

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I need the vavle clearance on a 1995 suzuki swift


Hi, the Suzuki Swift 1.0 has hydraulic lifters (no adjustment needed). The 1.3: Inlet - 0.23 - .027 hot and Exhaust - 0.26 - 0.30 hot. The 1.3 GTI has hydraulic lifters (no adjustment needed)

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