Question about 2004 Honda XR 650 L
The intake valves set at .006 plus or minus .001
The exhaust valves set at .008 plus or minus .001
Remove the rectangular valve access covers at the top front and top rear of the cylinder head. With the engine cold, remove the spark plug. Turn the flywheel to TDC compression then place the specified thickness flat feeler gauge between the top of the valve stem and the adjuster on the rocker arm. Set the adjuster so that there is a slight drag when removing the gauge. There should be a valve adjusting tool set in your tool kit. It is a "pin" that fits the top of the adjuster and an open wrench to loosen and tighten the lock nut on the adjuster.
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