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I just want to know, what is the valve clearance of my honda wave 100, the clearance of intake and exhaust, and what rotation of magneto to get the TDC.

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Valve Clearance: Intake 0.05mm (0.002 in), Exhaust 0.05mm (0.002 in)

There should be a nick or an triangular arrow stamped on the magneto flywheel and another one on the casing. When these two marks are lined up the piston will be on TDC.

You may be able to obtain a service manual here:-

http://www.ziddu.com/download/13319931/HONDA-NF100-WAVE-SPARE-PART-CATALOG-MANUAL.zip.html

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