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Camshaft spec's Erson camshaft Part# E413431 Grind# 999 S What are the valve lift and duration advertised spec's and duration@.050 and what is recommended lash setting

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SOURCE: valve lash

  • INTAKE VALVES: 0.003-0.005 in. (0.08-0.12mm)
  • EXHAUST VALVES: 0.006-0.008 in. (0.16-0.20mm)

  • PLEASE NOTE:
  • THESE SPECS ARE FOR A 4 CYLINDER, THE V6 HAS HYDRAULIC VALVE FOLLOWERS DOES NOT REQUIRE ADJUSTMENT
  • ALL ADJUSTMENTS ARE ON A COLD ENGINE

Posted on Aug 21, 2008

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rpm range =2000 to 5400....
advertised duration =292 In 292 EX.
duration at .050=214 In 214 EX
gross lift .463" IN .463" EX
lobe center 111
advance 4
valve lash .000 IN .000 EX

a good mid and top end performer ...good luck

Posted on Dec 16, 2008

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you must have 2wo posts..check other post...glad to help any way i can ... let me know...

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SOURCE: need valve lash specs for 95 escort 1.9l

Valve stem-to-valve rocker arm clearance should be within specification with the valve tappet completely collapsed.
The collapsed valve tappet gap, when the cylinder head is on base circle, should be as follows:

    • Minimum: 0mm (0.000 inch)
    • Nominal: 2.2mm (0.087 inch)
    • Maximum: 4.5mm (0.177 inch)
  • Posted on Jan 29, 2009

    cjaurora
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    SOURCE: valve lash 5.9 360

    The 360 gas motor uses Hydraulic lifters and no valve adjustment . If you're running a hydraulic valvetrain it's not really lash, it's preload. You adjust it on the back of the lobe when the valve is fully closed. There are charts out there that tell you what the correct adjustment order is, but the way I have been doing it is: Turn the motor to #1 tdc and adjust both valves on #1 Then hand turn the crank 90* or until you reach the next slot in the harmonic balancer- adjust both valves on #8 and so on. The slots indicate tdc firingfor each cylinder. Firing order is 1-8-4-3-6-5-7-2.

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    advertised duration =292 In 292 EX.
    duration at .050=214 In 214 EX
    gross lift .463" IN .463" EX
    lobe center 111
    advance 4
    valve lash .000 IN .000 EX

    a good mid and top end performer ...good luck

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