Question about TVS FAct 125 Motorcycles
Valve clearance measurement
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: cam/valve clearances
my mate says that if the gaps are bigger then its ok and that it's when they are smaller that u need to do something about them is this true? bit of xtra info: the manual says inlet 0.15mm and exhaust 0.25mm clearance. my bike measures inlet 0.20mm and exhaust 0.30mm i'm just a bit concerned 'cos if the worst happens i wo'nt be able to afford a top end rebuild.You should try and keep the clearance to 0.15 in and 0.25 ex. With the de-comp it is cridical to have the exhaust clearance correct. On the early 400/450 they had some cam problems so check the shim buckets and cams are not worn.,
Posted on Nov 10, 2008
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