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Gap clearance on valves

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Please tell s what the make and model of your bike is as clearances differ vastly

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If you find that the unit is kicking back or backfiring it could be that the engine has settled in and the Valve clearances need adjusting.
Your engine a system of moving parts, and moving parts wear. When you adjust a valve, you're not adjusting the valve itself but compensating for that wear, letting the valve open and close as efficiently as possible.
The first step is to pull the engine's Rocker Cover off (aka Valve Cover). This is at the top of your cylinder head and covers your Rockers, springs and the stem of your Valves. If you need help identifying these parts, see the parts page for your unit on this web page: https://www.generatorguru.com/6800e-5500w-rated-6800w-max/?sort=featured
Although rockers and shafts add complexity, valve adjustment there is easy. Each rocker arm adjusts the clearance to the top of the valve. You rotate the engine until that cylinder's piston is at the top of its stroke-a.k.a. top dead centre-and each of the valves are fully closed, the springs uncompressed, the system at its loosest.
Then stick a feeler gauge between the valve stem and the adjuster to check the gap. Too large a gap, you get clattery valves, the linkage taking up the slop. Too small, you run the risk of valve damage.
You need to adjust your valves:
Intake: 0.015" (0.381mm)
Exhaust: 0.015-0.020" (0.4-0.5mm) (Try smallest setting first. If still not running right, change clearance to 0.020".)
A good example of how to do this can be seen in the below YouTube video. The only difference is you need to rotate the recoil to find the "top dead centre."
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CSZ_gYUDUwA

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Valve clearance


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Noise like valve adjustment too loose. how do I adjust valve clearance? thank you.


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Hi, can you help me?? i am looking for the valve clearance gaps for a 2008 honda cbx 250 twister. my current gaps are, ex = 0.10mm and , in = 0.12.... please help, it doesnt sound right


Your valves are adjusted backwards. Most Honda's will use: IN = 0.10 mm ( 0.004 in ) and EX 0.12 mm ( 0.005 in ) A simple adjustment should take care of the problem.

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GOOD DAY, Dear friends, can somebody help me with adjusting the valves gaps of Honda VT 500C. What is the proper gap? How exactly the valves can be adjusted? Thank you in advance!


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Your valve clearances should be:
Intake .08-.12 mm (.003-.005 in)
Exhaust .12-.16 mm (.005-.006 in)
I usually start all gaps in the middle of given specs, then fine tune from there.
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They're not tappets--you can adjust them with a wrench and a set of feeler gauges. Here are the clearance measurment numbers for intake and exhaust:

  • 0.08mm - 0.13mm for the intake valve clearance
  • 0.11mm - 0.16mm for the exhaust valve clearance

There is much more helpful information on this web page:

http://faq.ninja250.org/wiki/Engine

Click on the link "How do I adjust the valves?"

You will also find lots of valuable information on your GPX 250 (called a "Ninja 250" or "EX 250" in America) on this web site:

http://faq.ninja250.org/wiki/Main_Page

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