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My 2008 cbr125r has loose valves, is my bike damaged?

My 2008 cbr125r has loose valves. I found out that I have been running like this for a long time. Can this damage my engine? I run my bike pretty hard. I will be adjusting the valves this weekend, I just want to know if I caused her any damage.

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I think you might be finding out this weekend how much damage you did. If it still runs I don't think you did any damage to it, just got terrible performance. And maybe a little hammering of the valve stems....I was supposed to do my valves years ago, or about 12,000 miles ago, haven't done it yet. Still runs good, when it starts missing and skipping, I'll do it, but till then........ Hope this helps.

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