Question about 2001 Yamaha V Star 1100 Classic
It's true. Not so much an adjustment but a check. All motorcycles require the check be it a metric motorcycle or HD. With your Yamaha chances are they'll be within the specified tolerance. But better safe than sorry. A manual should be available through the Yamaha dealer.
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These engines are equipped with hydraulic valve lifters. No valve clearance adjustments are necessary.Here's a link to help.
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This car has hydraulic lifters( tappets} therefore should not adjustment, you probably have a bad or weak lifter. But, in any case you have to remove the valve covers to make the adjustment. You will see the adjustable bolt on the rocker arm. rotate the engine until the valve is all the way to the top, [no tension on the valve spring] then place a feeler Gage in between the rocker arm and the valve stem, adjust the rocker arm until the feeler Gage is snug but not tight. Do this with each valve. Check the book for the correct Gage to use but I think it is a .018.
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