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Old 05-13-2013, 05:54 AM   #1
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Adjusting valves

Anyone know what the specs are for the exhaust an intake? 0.008 or 0.012?
I'm tired of all that noise in my engine...
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Don't know much about adjusting, but want to learn as well

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Yeah me neither I know it's one of those though its very easy to do I just don't know what the measurements are
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Wanna learn more too, sounds like mine are chattering
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We did it on my friends 01 teggy in like an hour but it was straight forward and easy. Idk how harder it would be on a mustang though
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Not sure how you plan to adjust pedestal mount rockers.. Unless they are loose nothing you can do
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We did it on my friends 01 teggy in like an hour but it was straight forward and easy. Idk how harder it would be on a mustang though
Yeah it's pretty straight forward easier on a standard transmission car also. I just don't know the measurements.
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