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86crx valve job

Took the head off my crx to have the vavlves done and now that I have it back in it doesnt want to run right. Thought I might have put the distr. 180 out so tried that and still running rough.Lined up the timing marks as the book suggested but wont run right. Any Ideas

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To **** was getting ready to check those when I found that the timing was off again. When I tried to turn the motor by hand it acted like it was hitting on a valve. Retimed it and found that the valve pulley was about 4 to 5 teeth off. Got that and now I am worried taht i may have bent a valve or punched a piston. Also found that the intake gasket was the wrong one Bolt holes lined up but some of the ports were either covered or not in the right places.Been working on this all weekend so am giving it a rest. Am going to do compression check when I get back to it Will let you know .Steve in cali

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HI MATE ARE THE VALVE CLEARANCES ALL SET RIGHT MAY NEED SHIMMING .

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