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What are the valve clearances on my 2014 rmz 250

What are the valve clearances on my rmz 250 2014

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Hi, what should be suzuki rmz 450(2005) valve clearance, Thanks


The valve clearance settings for the 2005 RMZ450 when the engine is cold are > Exhaust .006 to .009 > Intake .005 to .007, per the factory service manual.

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