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What order do i set the valves top dead senter GPz750r

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Not valves but piston goes tdc same as on your vehicle. sorry but if you gotta ask this question get someone else to work on your stuff that knows what they are doing.

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Im doing an injection pump on a new holland lx865 skid steer, it says i have to set cylinder 1 at 28 degrees from top dead center? how do i measure the 28 degrees from tdc?


diesel engines have the timing marks on the harmonic balancer or in the face of the flywheel as viewed through an opening in the block
turn the engine over until no 1 piston is coming up on compression ( (check the valve overlap rocker positions on the next piston to fire -normally no 3 as set in the firing order or when no 1 valves have max tappet clearance )

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Valve overlap


Firing order determines what is next.Follow the firing order.I know when finding compression stroke on v8 when 1 is at tdc 8 is on the rock.Cleveland v8s firing order is 18436572.

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I have a 2003 mazda 6 with 2.3 i think it might be out of time but i cant find the timing marks on the pulleys


Sir. The only other way to know your on no one cylinder top dead center is to take the numbers of the firing order,
White them down with the first 3 in one colum and the second three firing numbers in a colum next to the first three. The numbers across from each other are called " mating cylinders".
If #1 cylinder is ( example ) next to #6 on your paper, then those two are mating cylinders. Meaning one ( with valve cover/s off) will , when engine in turned over slowly, will be on valve overlap, while its mating cylinder is on
Top Dead Center to fire. In valve overlap, when the motor is turned slowly one way, the exhaust valve will open and when engine is slowly turned the other way, the intake valve starts to open. At that point when either exhaust or intake valve is moving on #6 cylinder valve trane, #1 is at top dead center which will be not even 180degrees out, but top dead center on #1 cylinder. Now your at the firing point of #1, which will coincide with the rotor pointing at #1 plug wire on the distributor cap. In essence, static ( not
engine running ) the rotor bug should be about 17 degrees early in the cap. This makes up for slack in any timing chain and gear slack between the distributor gear to cam gear. This when running put you about 4-6 degrees advanced. Computor models will time it for itself. See example below.
1 - 6
5 - 2
3 - 4
If your timing order is 153624 then use the chart. As you list your order on paper, remember one mating number is firing and it's mating cylinder is on valve overlap. 180 deg out would be
#1 valves " rocking " and no 6 is on compression. When a cylinder is on the compression stroke, valves will not move. ( both closed ). So, write down your timing order, v6 or inline 6, or 4 cyl or 8 cylinder. It don't matter. If you look at the manifold , it will give the timing order, maybe on the head or Internet. Two columns, walla.
Hope that helps get you to true #1 top dead center. This system is the only true way, along with a cardboard timing wheel for the crank if needed , to adjust valves, lifters and know where the engine is at all times.
Hope that helps. Sorry for the detail, engines are really very simple, once you " get the picture ". Don't make it to difficult. Crank turns two times to one revolution of the cam.
Terry

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Setting valve clearances


360 with hydraulic lifters, the crankshaft wit a ratchet and socket to get each valve closed. When lifter is at bottom turn the valve adjuster out to where you have free movement then turn adjuster till the rocker arm touches the lifter, then turn the adjuster in three quarters of a turn, and that valve is adjusted. No other clearance is required on hydraulic lifters. Do this with each valve in turn as each piston comes to top dead center using the firing order as a guide. When #1 piston is up to top dead center, both valves are closed. Adjust intake and exhaust at this time. Then the next in the firing order. The firing order can be found on the intake as is each cylinder marked with it's number. If it were a Chevy small block, for example only, firing order is 1-8-4-3-6-5-7-2. I would bring # 1 cylinder up to top dead center on compression stroke by removing that spark plug and stick my finger in the hole and crank the engine till I felt my finger being pushed away with compression, then bring that piston up till the timing mark was on the "0" of the timing tab at drivers side of the harmonic balancer on the crank. Adjust both valves on #1 cylinder and then turn the crank until both valves of #8 cylinder were free moving at the rocker. Then to the next in order of fire. I would turn each adjuster out at least one full turn before starting this procedure, then adjust them in order of firing starting with #1. It isn't hard, just takes time to do it right.

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How to set top dead center 2000 chevy astro


remove sparkplug one and insert a tdc whistle when the piston reaches top dead center the whistle will quit. the timing mark on balance will be on the scale at zero and the two rocker arms on the valves for cylinder one will be both loose

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I have a 1990 F 250 with a 351 eng I have all new parts in it but it just wont stay run


Make sure the distribitor is is at top dead senter if the timming is off it will run ruff or not at all and also make sure the spark plug wires are put in the right firing order from cap to plug hope it helps you out.

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How to chage valve seals


1- disconnect battery
2- remove valve cover
3- remove timing cover
4- set engine on top dead center #1cylinder
5- remove timing belt ( mark direction if re-using belt)
6- remove camshaft & rocker arms
7- remove spark plugs
8- install compression tester hose in cylinder that you want to replace seals and apply 90 to 120psi of air
9- install valve spring compression too and compress valve spring
10- remove valve spring locks and valve spring
11- remove old valve seal and replace with new
12- reverce order to reasable

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Firing order and timing for 292 ford


The firing order is 1-5-4-8-6-3-7-2, distributor turns counter-clockwise. The ignition timing can be set using marks on the vibration damper. The wide mark is TDC (Top Dead Center), each mark after the wide mark represents 2, 4, 6, 8 and 10 degrees before TDC. Set timing 3 degrees BTDC (Before Top Dead Center). In addition, valve timingis set like this: Intake opens: 12 degrees BTDC
Exhaust Closes: 8 degrees ATDC

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Specification of 4JG2 Engine-Isuzu


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Stroke 107
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