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Hi, can you help me?? i am looking for the valve clearance gaps for a 2008 honda cbx 250 twister. my current gaps are, ex = 0.10mm and , in = 0.12.... please help, it doesnt sound right

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Your valves are adjusted backwards. Most Honda's will use: IN = 0.10 mm ( 0.004 in ) and EX 0.12 mm ( 0.005 in ) A simple adjustment should take care of the problem.

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