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I have a pecking noise , a mechanic said my intake valve needs to be adjusted. Could you tell me where thats located on a 2005 Suzuki Katana

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Located under the cylinder head cover. There are eight rocker arms. Each rocker arm has two adjusters, 8 for intake and 8 for exhaust. The intake adjusters are at the carb side of engine, the exhaust adjusters are at the front of the engine. Please rate my answer. Thanks.

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