Question about Suzuki GS 750 Motorcycles
You need to put the shims in and fit the camswith all the caps and bolts on.
Then measure between the cam lobes and the shims with a feeler gauge, when the cam lobes high point is away from the shim bucket.
and write down all the measured clearances.
Then remove the cams and fit the correct thickness shims to get the clearance correct.
Fit the cams again and check, this can take a couple of tries if there were tight clearances in the first instance.
either fit the cam chain up each time to do both cams or make sure the pistons are only half way up the bore and do one cam at a time, to make sure the pistons and valves dont say hello.
cant help with exact clearance but a kawasaki 750 is 3-7 thou which will be pretty close as the shims let you adjust 2 thou at a time
ie if the measured clearance was 2 thou you would need a thinner shim to adjust the clearance to 4 thou
Posted on Jul 16, 2010
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