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Valve Gap IN .005 EX .007

With engine at TDC of compression stroke, insert correct size flat feeler gauge (see below) between appropriate valve stem and rocker arm. Tighten adjustment nut with a wrench until a slight drag is felt
on feeler gauge. Hold nut in position and torque set screw (T15 Torx drive) to 5.5 N·m (50 in. lb.). To prevent damage to nut, torque Torx screw only.

Perform same adjustment procedure on other valve.

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