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My lifters are making a little noise on my 2002 vstar yamaha star 1100 classic, i need to know the valve adjustments

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I think it is between 2 or 4 thousth of an inch I set mine by ear you want it snug not overly tight or you will lose alot of power before you run the tappid down tight you need all tension of moter run the the adjustment down tight then back it off 1 quarter of a turn lock jam nut down and try there you may be able to go back tighten them a little more hope that will help quiet that noisy upper end down best of luck

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Complete instructions can be found here...
http://www.vstar1100.com/vs1100valves.pdf

Hope this helps

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