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What is the correct settings for inlet & exhaust valves?

What is the correct settings for inlet & exhaust Valves ?
Any other tips for doing this job properly as we have no local KTM dealer.

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.008 on both intake and exhaust.



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Posted on Jun 12, 2010

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    Woods Goat Jun 14, 2010

    Be sure to do all valve adjustments with a cold engine. Your engine uses the older style screw and jamb nut adjustment, so adjustment is pretty straight forward. Set motor at top dead center and adjust until you feel a light drag on the proper feeler gauge. Double check by trying the next larger blade. It should not fit. Make sure to snug up the jamb nuts before closing everything up.



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