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Cómo comprobar y ajustar la holgura de las válvulas en un Toyota Camry. Años 2000 a 2021 How to do Valve Clearance Check and Adjust Toyota Camry. Years 2000 to 2021 Do service within every 70 000 miles or 100 000km Disclaimer: These videos are intended to offer general information working a car and tools. The Peter Finn have used best effort in creating the video. No liability can be accepted by the author and publisher for any expense, damage or injury caused by any errors in the information given. In no event shall author be liable for any direct, indirect damages or loss of profit by you or any third party. Due to factors beyond the control, I cannot guarantee against improper use or unauthorized modifications of this information. Peter Finn assumes no liability for property damage or injury incurred as a result of any of the information contained in this video. Use this information at your own risk. I recommend safe practices when working on vehicles and or with tools seen or implied in this video. Any injury, damage, or loss that may result from improper use of these tools, equipment, or from the information contained in this video is the sole responsibility of the user and not Peter Finn. Work carefully and safely. Also avoid accidents.
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The rule of 9 is sequence is for British built 4 cylinder push rod engines with a firing order of 1-3-4-2 build in the 1960-70 for valve adjustment. It's is really it is really important to know this before carrying out any adjustment using the Rule of 9. If unsure then refer to the manufactures workshop manual Before I decided to strip this engine, it occurred to me that I could pass on some useful information on a mechanics life hack. Sometimes on engines we only know the feeler gauge gap for the tappet adjustment, but what if we need to adjust the tappets and we don't know the sequence on how to do it because of lack of information. Well the rule of 9 is a handy mechanics life hack to learn #RuleOf9 #LifeHack #MechanicsHack
In this video, we show you how to do a valve adjustment on the Toyota 3.4L 5VZ-FE Engine. This engine was used in 3rd Gen 4runners, 1st Gen Tacomas, 1st Gen Tundras and T100s. Link to Valve Adjustment Google Doc you can use for your job: 🤍 TOYOTA VALVE SHIM PARTS LIST (If you’re going to follow my suggestion and buy a multitude of sizes in advance of doing this job, I’d recommend buying from your local dealer so you can return the ones you don’t need. If you plan on keeping the shims you don’t use, then I’d suggest ordering them online from Toyota parts seller like Toyota Parts Deal or McGeorge Toyota to save money.) *Shim #1 (2.50mm or .098in) #13753-74010 *Shim #2 (2.55mm or .100in) #13753-74030 *Shim #3 (2.60mm or .102in) #13753-74050 *Shim #4 (2.65mm or .104in) #13753-74070 *Shim #5 (2.70mm or .106in) #13753-74090 *Shim #6 (2.75mm or .108 in) #13753-74110 *Shim #7 (2.80mm or .110 in) #13753-74130 *Shim #8 (2.85mm or .112 in) #13753-74150 *Shim #9 (2.90mm or .114 in) #13753-74170 *Shim #10 (2.95mm or .116in) #13753-74190 *Shim #11 (3.00mm or .118in) #13753-74210 *Shim #12 (3.05mm or .120in) #13753-74230 *Shim #13 (3.10mm or .122in) #13753-74250 *Shim #14 (3.15mm or .124in) #13753-74270 *Shim #15 (3.20mm or .126in) #13753-74290 *Shim #16 (3.25mm or .128in) #13753-74310 *Shim #17 (3.30mm or .130in) #13753-74330 If you are going to do the Valve Cover Gasket Job here’s a link to that video and you can open the video description to get the list of parts there. 🤍 HELPFUL TOOLS (For Valve Adjustment and Valve Cover Gasket Job) If you don't see a tool you need listed below, here's a master copy of Timmy's suggested tools: 🤍 *Toyota OEM Valve Clearance Adjust Tool Set #09248-55040 🤍 *Schley Valve Adjustment Tool Set (Not nearly as good as OEM) 🤍 *Feeler Gauge Set 🤍 *Micrometer 🤍 *Flexible Mini Magnet - this would be good for removing valve shims and other jobs that require a light duty magnet) 🤍 *Telescoping Magnet Pick-up Tool - (15 lb pull capacity - Good for pulling up shim and bucket after camshaft is removed) 🤍 *Harbor Freight Air Nozzle 🤍 *OTC 5605 Deluxe Compression Tester - (In case you want to perform a compression test before and after the valve adjustment to see if your compression numbers improved.) 🤍 *CDI 3/8" Drive Inch Pound Torque Wrench 🤍 *1/4" and 3/8" Flex Head Ratchet Set 🤍 *Stubby 3/8” Flex Head Ratchet - (it use to be available for sale separately but now we can only find it as part of this 4-piece set) 🤍 *1/2" Drive Flex Head Gear Wrench Ratchet 🤍 *3/8” Drive Swivel 🤍 *3/8” Drive Regular Extension Set 🤍 *1/4” Drive Regular Extension Set 🤍 *3/8" Drive 6 Point Metric Standard Socket Set 🤍 *3/8" Drive 6 Point Metric Deep Socket Set 🤍 *1/4" Drive Socket Set 🤍 *1/2” Drive 6 Point Standard Metric Socket Set 🤍 *Milwaukee Mi12 Cordless Ratchet 🤍 *Milwaukee M12 Battery 🤍 *Milwaukee M12 High Capacity Battery 🤍 *Milwaukee M12 Battery Charger 🤍 *Plastic Mallet 🤍 *32mm Socket - (To drive in spark plug tube seals) 🤍 *Right Angle Needle Nose Piers 🤍 *Adjustable Spark Plug Wire Puller 🤍 *5/8” Magnetic Swivel Spark Plug Sockets w/ Extension Set 🤍 *Channel Locks (For this job, the 9 1/2” size would be about right. Used to pull half moons and cam plug collars. Remember to tape up the jaws to avoid marring of the parts) 🤍 *Inspection Mirror with LED Lights - (To help see behind the heads to look at the cam plugs and rear half moons to make sure they aren’t leaking. Also to help you see the camshaft alignment dots.) 🤍 *Small Pick Tool Set - (used to help remove shims and also to assist with hose removals like the coolant hoses under the throttle body.) 🤍 *20 Piece Screwdriver Set - (Use a large flat blade to compress shim buckets) 🤍 As Amazon Associates we earn from qualifying purchases.
In this video I take a closer look at setting VALVE GAPS in your Subaru engine. However, the concepts here actually apply to all engines! I go over what the hell a valve gap is in the first place, then I dig into a little of the science behind it - from Kinetic Energy to Thermal Expansion there's a lot going on! *2020 UPDATE: After working as a professional Hydrogeologist for 15 years, I've decided to embrace the reward I've found in creating YouTube content, my passion for competitive Motorsports, and building relationships with all the people and small businesses that make these communities work. I'M GOING FULL-TIME as a YouTube Creator starting Dec 2020! Hope you'll join me on this journey into the unknown! SUPPORT THE CHANNEL: If you enjoy the original Subaru content I create for this channel, or find value in the Subaru-related technical resources I provide at 🤍SubaruONLY.com (PN tables, FSM database, and categorized links to SubaruONLY YouTube Content), or would like to help for any reason, please SUPPORT THE CHANNEL! ➤ SUBSCRIBE to the Channel (and turn Alarm Bell "ON") ➤ LIKE and COMMENT on every video (helps YT algorithm!) ➤ SHARE these videos (if you liked it, others will too!) ➤ Use the SubaruONLY AMAZON Shop (see links below!) ———————— SubaruONLY AMAZON SHOP ———————— Storefront - 🤍 ➤ SHOP BY IMPREZA GENERATION: ➤ 1993-2001 - 🤍 ➤ 2002-2007 - 🤍 ➤ 2008-2014 - 🤍 ➤ 2015-2020 - 🤍 ➤ SHOP BY FORESTER GENERATION: ➤ 1998-2002 - 🤍 ➤ 2003-2008 - 🤍 ➤ 2009-2014 - 🤍 ➤ 2015-2020 - 🤍 ➤ SHOP BY PART TYPE: ➤ BRAKES - 🤍 ➤ FUEL SYS - 🤍 ➤ HEAD GASKET - 🤍 ➤ IGNITION - 🤍 ➤ LUBRICANTS - 🤍 ➤ SUSPENSION - 🤍 ➤ TIMING SYS - 🤍 ➤ TOOLS - 🤍 ➤ TURBO SYS - 🤍 ➤ MISC. PARTS - 🤍 ➤ COOL STUFF - 🤍 ———————— SubaruONLY LINKS/CONTACT ———————— 🔹 YouTube - 🤍 🔹 Website - 🤍 🔹 Facebook - 🤍 🔹 Instagram - 🤍 🔹 Email Me! - SubaruOnlyShop🤍gmail.com THANK YOU! ~ Luke 👊 #subaruonly #GC8 #RSTi
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This one was a request from a couple of viewers, I like to keep you all happy so here you go. This video is actually taken from a larger video I call "Accord Smackdown", in it I replace the timing belt, radiator, a major service, and some other stuff that I don't remember. I think there will be a couple more videos from this "smackdown" in the future, there is some good stuff in there that I think you will like and possibly learn from. If you have other topics you would like covered don't hesitate to let me know, I'm happy to give you what you want. Post them as text or video responses to this or any of my videos. I'm going to get the part number for the tool I used in the video sometime next week and post it here so keep your socks on and check back sometime next week. Visit me at EricTheCarGuy.com 🤍 Visit EricTheCarGuy Forum 🤍 Visit my Facebook Page: 🤍 Stay dirty ETCG Due to factors beyond the control of EricTheCarGuy, it cannot guarantee against unauthorized modifications of this information, or improper use of this information. EricTheCarGuy assumes no liability for property damage or injury incurred as a result of any of the information contained in this video. EricTheCarGuy recommends safe practices when working with power tools, automotive lifts, lifting tools, jack stands, electrical equipment, blunt instruments, chemicals, lubricants, or any other tools or equipment seen or implied in this video. Due to factors beyond the control of EricTheCarGuy, no information contained in this video shall create any express or implied warranty or guarantee of any particular result. Any injury, damage or loss that may result from improper use of these tools, equipment, or the information contained in this video is the sole responsibility of the user and not EricTheCarGuy.
In this video I show you how to adjust your valve clearance or valve lash on your 2006 to 2014 Honda Civic with an R series 1.8L engine. This procedure is very similar for the Honda Accord with the 2.0L R series engine as well. Links to the tools and the products that I used: Valve cover gasket: 🤍 Feeler gauges: 🤍 Torque wrench: 🤍 Help support the channel by using my Amazon links. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases and your cost is exactly the same. This procedure can only be preformed when the engine has completely cooled overnight. The valve adjustment must be preformed when the engine is cold. The valve adjustment specifications are as follows: Intake: .007 to .009in or .18 to .22mm Exhaust: .009 to .011 or .23 to .27mm Torque specifications: Valve adjustment lock nut torque: 10ft lbs. or 13.6 NM Valve cover bolt torque: 7.2ft lbs. or 9.8 NM. Questions? Shoot me an email at repairgeek365🤍gmail.com Disclaimer: The information, demonstration and any content contained in this video is for informational purposes only. The user Repair Geek makes no warranty, express or implied, regarding the effectiveness or safety of the contents of this video. In no way should the contents of the video, including the tools used, be repeated or tried by anyone. Viewers should only seek the help of a trained professional located at a licensed auto repair shop for any fix, modification, alteration, or any change to their vehicle. Repair Geek shall not be liable for any injury, damage, or loss to any person or property that may result from use of the tools, equipment, or any content contained in this video. In addition, there is no way to guarantee that the video is not altered or modified or is not in the final form submitted by Repair Geek and therefore, Repair Geek does not warrant that the video is unaltered or not modified. The links on this video to products are for informational purposes only and in no way are an endorsement of the safety or effectiveness of the particular product. Viewers understand that anything contained in this video or linked to or from this video is the sole responsibility of the viewer and in no way provides an express or implied warranty as to the safety or effectiveness of any linked tool, product, or video. Therefore, viewer agrees to release, waive, and discharge Repair Geek or anyone affiliated with Repair Geek, from any and all liability, claims, demands, actions, and causes of action whatsoever arising out of or related to any loss, damage, or injury, including death, that may be sustained by the viewer, or to any property belonging to viewer, regardless of whether the loss is linked to the use of the contents of this video, or otherwise and regardless of whether such liability arises in tort, contract, strict liability, or otherwise, to the fullest extent allowed by law.
MY CAMERA: 🤍 FEL-PRO VALVE COVER GASKET: 🤍 In this video I do a valve lash adjustment with the motor running. It's a 1995 GMC Suburban with the 5.7L motor. I hear slight ticking sound when driving on the freeway and thought this might be the problem. ### DO YOUR OWN RESEARCH AND DO NOT TRY THIS AT HOME! DO NOT DO WHAT I DO. THIS VIDEO IS FOR ENTERTAINMENT PURPOSES ONLY! ### *This channel is for entertainment purposes only! Do not do what I do. Do not take my advice. I am not a professional. The methods I use may be completely wrong and/or dangerous. Please seek professional help with anything and everything and do your own due diligence (research). Working on cars is extremely dangerous. I am not responsible for any loss of life or limb or property. DO YOUR OWN RESEARCH. THIS CHANNEL IS FOR ENTERTAINMENT PURPOSES ONLY!* FTC Disclaimer: I am an Amazon affiliate. As such, I earn a percentage of sales made through Amazon Affiliate links found in the description of my videos and on my website and other places.
Today we did a valve adjustment (also called a rocker arm adjustment) on a 280z. Keep in mind all Datsun engines can be done this same exact way. They are called the L-Series engines. We also clear up some misconceptions about how to adjust these properly. Please comment, rate and subscribe! You can now get your very own budget boosting window sticker! Click the link below and you will be taken to our eBay page! 🤍 Keep boosting! Disclaimer: Due to factors beyond the control of Budget Boosting, I cannot guarantee against improper use or unauthorized modifications of this information. Budget Boosting assumes no liability for property damage or injury incurred as a result of any of the information contained in this video. Use this information at your own risk. Budget Boosting recommends safe practices when working on vehicles and or with tools seen or implied in this video. Due to factors beyond the control of Budget Boosting, no information contained in this video shall create any expressed or implied warranty or guarantee of any particular result. Any injury, damage, or loss that may result from improper use of these tools, equipment, or from the information contained in this video is the sole responsibility of the user and not Budget Boosting.
I've done a few valve adjustment videos in the past and I've been asked about doing one on the K series engine from Honda for some time. Since my 2004 Element was due for a valve adjustment I decided to make this video of the process. Here's the additional information I mentioned in the video. Honda recommends checking the valves at 110K intervals. The clearance specs are as follows. Intake: .008-.010in .203-.254mm Exhaust: .010-.013in .254-.330mm Good luck and thanks for watching. The best place for answers to your automotive questions: 🤍 Related Videos F Series Valve Adjustment 2.2L: 🤍 B18C VTEC Valve Adjustment: 🤍 B18B Valve Adjustment: 🤍 J Series Valve Adjustment (Part 1): 🤍 J Series Valve Adjustment (Part 2): 🤍 How VTEC Works: 🤍 Basic Parts of an Engine: 🤍 Element/CRV 110K Service (Part 1): 🤍 Element/CRV 110K Service (Part 2): 🤍 2004 Honda Element Cabin Air Filter Replacement: 🤍 Solving Front End Noise 2004 Honda Element/CRV: 🤍 Solving Rear End Noise 2004 Honda Element/CRV: 🤍 Installing HID Fog Lights 2004 Honda Element (Part 1): 🤍 Installing HID Fog Lights 2004 Honda Element (Part 2): 🤍 Tools. Valve Adjustment Tool: 🤍 Long feeler gauges: 🤍 Magnet on a Stick: 🤍 Angle Pliers: 🤍 Grey Pneumatic 1/4": 🤍 Grey Pneumatic 3/8": 🤍 Parts. Valve Cover Gasket: 🤍 Honda Bond: 🤍 Other useful stuff. Discussion about this Video: 🤍 Useful articles. Engine overheat 🤍 No start problems 🤍 Idle issues 🤍 Performance issues 🤍 Diagnosing Noises 🤍 Diagnosing Vibrations 🤍 Electrical Problems 🤍 Buying a Used Car 🤍 Leaks 🤍 Social Media Links. Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Google+: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Information on Premium Membership: 🤍 Stay Dirty ETCG Due to factors beyond the control of EricTheCarGuy, it cannot guarantee against unauthorized modifications of this information, or improper use of this information. EricTheCarGuy assumes no liability for property damage or injury incurred as a result of any of the information contained in this video. EricTheCarGuy recommends safe practices when working with power tools, automotive lifts, lifting tools, jack stands, electrical equipment, blunt instruments, chemicals, lubricants, or any other tools or equipment seen or implied in this video. Due to factors beyond the control of EricTheCarGuy, no information contained in this video shall create any express or implied warranty or guarantee of any particular result. Any injury, damage or loss that may result from improper use of these tools, equipment, or the information contained in this video is the sole responsibility of the user and not EricTheCarGuy.
This is an easy and fast method for valve clearance adjustment, it is about the how and why and a practical method, Works on any four stroke , four cylinder engine.
This is a detailed video instruction on checking the valve clearances and shim change on both cylinders on a 2016 BMW R1200GS boxer engine. We show every step from removing the engine guards, valve cover, checking clearances with feeler gauges, calculating new shim thickness, removing the camshafts and shims, and re-assembly showing all torque values and other insights all along the way. Video markers: 1:25 Tools needed 2:01 Remove left engine guard 3:00 Remove ignition coil covers 3:30 Remove ignition coil and spark plug 4:23 Remove left cylinder valve cover 5:16 Remove engine access plug 5:27 Put left cylinder at top dead center process 7:01 Check valve clearances 9:10 How to calculate new shim size if clearance out of spec 9:49 Marking camshaft gears 10:30 Remove cam tensioner 10:55 Remove camshaft holder and camshafts 13:02 Remove and measure shims 14:04 Finish new shim calculations 15:26 Re-assemble shims, camshafts, cam tensioner, valve cover 19:00 Repeat on right cylinder 23:04 Install spark plugs and ignition coils 23:50 Start engine 24:11 Re-assemble ignition coil covers and engine guards on both sides 26:20 A word about Cam Timing Check 28:42 Close the episode!! Tools needed: Socket wrench Torque wrench (10-55nm) Torx bits: T25, T30, T40, T50 Allen wrench bits: H5*, H8 (* if you have the Touratech engine guard brace) Sockets: 14mm (deep for spark plug) & 17mm Feeler gauges: between 0.07mm to 0.5mm Caliper or micrometer Small screwdriver Small long nose pliers Ignition coil puller (🤍 Wire cutter Straight edge Wire brush Small brush (for applying fresh oil during re-assembly) Marker/pen (I use Craft Smart - oil based paint pen) Rubber mallet Parts and supplies needed for this job: Loctite 243 Wire ties Dielectric grease Parts that might be needed depending on condition: Shims (TBD based on your clearance check, if out of tolerance) Engine access plug washer (PN 07119963252) Seal kit, cylinder head cover, right (PN 11128542058) Seal kit, cylinder head cover, left (PN 11128542057) O-ring - behind camshaft holder (PN 07119907874) Washer for Cam tensioner body (PN 07119963342) Cam Timing tools (not needed, just for reference): Locating pin to lock crank at TDC (PN 83302327790) Camshaft end alignment tool (PN 83302327796) Cam tensioning tool (PN 83300444292) Torque values * Torque values were taken from the Clymer manual and checked against other online sources Camshaft cover bolts - Torx T30 = 10nm/7.4ft-lbf Spark plug - 14mm deep socket = 12nm/8.9ft-lbf Valve cover bolts - Torx T50 = 10nm/7.4ft-lbf Chain tensioner body - 17mm socket = 32nm/23.6ft-lbf Engine case access plug - Allen H8 = 30nm/22.1ft-lbf Ignition coil cover screws - Torx T25 = 5nm/3.7ft-lbf Fairing screw to access ignition coil cover - Torx T25 Hand tight Engine guard, front top - Torx T40 = 19nm/14ft-lbf Engine guard, front lower - Torx T40 = 19nm/14ft-lbf Engine guard, mate to upper guard - Torx T40 = 19nm/14ft-lbf (w/Loctite 243) Engine guard, rear lower - Torx T50 = 55nm/40.6ft-lbf (w/Loctite 243) - Video on a DIY Cam Tensioner Tool: BOXFLYER YouTube channel: 🤍 - If you'd like to buy me a beer or coffee: 🤍 🤍 #R1200valveclearance #R1200valveadjustment #R1200changeshims
Feeler gauge/ leaf gauge you will ned to check valve clearance: 🤍 Want to check and adjust your valve clearance? Here's how. So, the other day I heard a weird noise coming from my engine. Shut it off, contemplated suicide, but then pulled my sh*t together and decided to investigate. Is it rod knock? piston slap? valve clatter? or something else entirely? Well, I won't know until I rule them out one by one. I decided with to start with the simple and least expensive possible cause which is valve noise due to valve clearance (valve lash) being out of adjustment. I had a machine shop set up my valve clearance according to the numbers I gave them, but I never checked them. So I took off my cam covers, got my feeler gauge and measured my valve clearances. All were within spec, which is kinda sad as it means I will probably have to dig deeper to uncover the culprit behind my engine noise. Stay tuned for more videos. Check out my blog for more: 🤍 Escape - Kiss 🤍 ➤ Escape 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 Aests - FIGHT! 🤍 ➤Aests: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 #d4a #valveclearance #diy #4age #4age16v #aw11 #ae86 #4agebigport #mr2mk1 #mr2 #toyota #jdm #celica #corolla #starlet #ke70 #fx16 D4A (driving 4 answers) is part of the amazon associates program
Urban Monk performs a 60,000 mile valve tappet clearance check on his Suzuki V-Strom. He hasn't seen much wear in his valve train during the previous checks. Find out what surprises await him as he checks for the fourth time. The engine in his DL1000 is the same type found in the Suzuki DL650, SV1000, SV650 and TL1000 motorcycles. Book - Creating Mr. Kortan: Building a Custom Vintage Cafe Racer: 🤍 Urban Monk Website: 🤍 Follow in Instagram: 🤍 Step by step video on checking DL1000 valve tappet clearance and adjustment: Part 1: 🤍 Part 2: 🤍 Part 3: 🤍 In depth review video at 50,000 miles: 🤍
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In this video we cover the basics of how to take care of that annoying valve tick that develops on higher mileage Honda Fit engines. This is a lot of work, so this is just a guideline. You should refer to official manuals before attempting to work on your own car.
If you would like to help, see how by clicking the read more link at the bottom of this text. As part of the 16000 mile service for the project bike, its time to take a look at the valve clearances. This was originally a job I was going to pay someone to do, but having taken a look online, it wasn't as hard as I originally thought. The video is meant as a guide to what i did. I am not a mechanic, and the video is to show you an overview of the steps involved. If, once you have watched the video, and you choose to tackle your own valve clearance, you do so at your own risk, i thoroughly recommend getting the correct tools and a manual and follow the manual precisely, whilst not difficult, if you don't follow the manual and mess this up, it can and will destroy your engine. Good luck. If you would like to help keep the lights on and contribute to the channel you can donate as little as 1$ per video or a maximum per month on my Patreon page - 🤍patreon.com/gtsgarage If you would prefer a one off donation as appreciation for something you've learnt on the channel, you can donate to paypal.me/buckinghamjf If you are looking for any of the tools or products i use in the garage, you can also help the channel by using the links below and purchasing the product through my affiliation with Amazon. I also get a smaller amount, by just opening the page through one of my links below and browsing to any product of your choice. Teng 7 Piece Screw Driver Set- 🤍 Parker 200Amp Welder - 🤍 Motorcycle Lift 1000lbs - 🤍 Ryde Wheel Chock 🤍 Paint Stripper - 🤍
Link: 🤍 Guide is suitable for the following Honda owners: - Civic 2D/4D/5D (2006 - 2014) 1.8l (R18A) - FR-V (2007 - 2009) - 1.8l (R18A) - Accord (2008 -...) - 2.0l (R20A) - CR-V (2007 -...) - 2.0l (R20A) According to the latest Honda maintenance schedule for Eastern Europe and CIS countries valve clearance inspection and adjustment is performed every 3 years or 45.000km (approx. 28.000 miles) Special tools and spare parts: 1. Honda genuine cylinder head cover gasket (12341-RNA-A01) 2. High temperature sealant, designed for cylinder head covers (e.g. ABRO Gasket Maker) 3. 5-25 Nm torque wrench (e.g. FORCE 6472270) 4. Feeler gauges set (e.g. FORCE 618) 5. 1/2"- ratchet, extension, universal joint*, 10mm and 19mm sockets 6. 1/4"- ratchet, extension, universal joint*, 10mm socket 7. Slotted screwdriver 8*. Small slotted screwdriver or slotted bit socket 9. 10mm ring wrench 10. Pliers 11. Safety gloves 12. Clean cloth _ * for Honda Civic only, since it's difficult to access some bolts
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According to the manual, the valves must be adjusted every 400 hours. My engine has gone 800 hours and I don't think it ever has been done in it's lifetime. Valve clearance in/out : 0.20 mm. The parts I use in the video : small rubber gasket - part nr. 3580238 - 5 US Dollars big rubber gasket - part nr. 3580239 - 7 US Dollars Biltema feeler gauge - art nr. 16-851 - 5 US Dollars regarding the tension of the screws they must be good hand tight, according to the manual "DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN"
Download your copy of this episode to view anytime and anywhere. We now have Downloads of each episode and the entire series available through our website for a VERY small price! Why pay for a download? Not only does this help ensure you will always have access to this video but it also supports our video team with proceeds for video equipment maintenance and new production gear to help us create additional 2 Valve focused videos. Find the Digital Downloads and Parts Used in this video here: 🤍 This new series will be focusing on the maintenance and repair of Airheads. Quite a lot of this mechanical work would apply to 1981 and on airheads. This tutorial is using the former 1985 R80 RT that William converted to a 1985 R80 S variant in our last video series. In this eleventh episode William, walks you through how adjust the timing, synchronize the carburetors by ear and fine tune the carbs with a carb synchronizer. William then takes this finished machine on its maiden voyage with his son Hans and then returns for its 600 mile service and valve adjustment. This video is relevant for all 1985 + BMW classic airheads. Follow along with William as he walks you through each step of the mechanical maintenance and repairs to keep these amazing bikes on the road. Always filled with great tricks to help you with your own Airhead project. Follow along our instructional videos for working on your own BMW Airhead Classic. Learn valuable tips from William to save you both time and money on your R2V build! boxer2valve.com specializes in BMW motorcycles from 1969 to 1995. Showing you what can be done in your own garage with a little help from us. If you have any questions about your bike or one of ours, please don't hesitate to contact us! See you on the road!- Team Boxer 2 valve
Crashing valves into pistons can be a very expensive mistake!! Aggressive camshafts and high-compression ratios are conducive for maximum power in your engine, but they also create a very risky relationship between the valves and the pistons. Alex Taylor shows you how to make sure this never happens to you!
Get a set of Offset feeler gauges here 🤍 Canadian Link 🤍 Todays video is a easy the last step on the rebuilt 650h1 motor in the Arctic Cat. This is setting up the valve clearance to make sure everything is right where it needs to be. The exhaust needs to be set at .006 and the intake needs to be set at .004. inside the atv this will be a bit difficult but not impossible. make sure the engine is cold and at TDC on the compression stroke. If it's not on the compression stroke you're going to hear the engine rattle once you start it up. You want the engine to be cold as metal expands when its hot and it will alter the clearances on the valve lash. Sound effects by Epidemic Sound 🤍 Royalty-free music by Epidemic Sound 🤍 DISCLAIMER: Due to factors out of the control of Bullshitkorner and Bsk Garage, we cannot guarantee against improper use or unauthorized modifications of this information. Bullshitkorner and Bsk garage assumes no liability or responsibility for property damages or injury incurred as a result of any information contained in this video and all other videos produced by Bullshitkorner and Bsk Garage. Use this information at your own risk. Bullshitkorner and Bsk Garage recommends safe practices when working on vehicles and/or with tools seen in this video. Any injury, damage, or loss that may result from improper use of these tools, equipment, or from the information contained in this video is the sole responsibility of the user and not Bullshitkorner and Bsk Garage Be safe! This video and description contain affiliate links, which means that if you click on one of the product links, we receive a small commission. This helps support the channel and allows us to continue to make videos like this. Thank you for the support!
Hello fellow riders/youtube people. I've been away for a while but I'm back with a new video, today we're setting the valves in kawasaki versys. A complicated operation that requires patience and basic skill. It's not something that everyone can do on their own, but maybe my video will help you with that. Enjoy. Music: One Life by tubebackr 🤍 Creative Commons — Attribution-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported — CC BY-ND 3.0 Free Download / Stream: 🤍 Music promoted by Audio Library 🤍
J-B Weld Hi-Temp Gasket Maker 🤍 26 Blade Master Feeler Gauge 🤍 Chinese Scooter Service Manual 🤍 Donate to Virberello for Parts 🤍 Subscribe to my youtube channel 🤍 Valve Adjustment Procedure for GY6 150cc Valve clearance ("valve lash", "tappet clearance") can affect the way the engine runs. It's the clearance between the rocker arm and the valve stem. If it is too large, the valve won't open all the way (and you'll get a loud "clattering" noise) and if it is too small (or non-existent), the valve may not properly close. Either way is a problem. You either won't get fuel/air into the cylinder properly or you won't get good compression and/or exhaust and the valve may overheat and suffer damage. To adjust the valves the engine must be COLD. If it's not cold, the setting will be wrong. Then remove the valve cover. On single cylinder engines there are two valves (one exhaust, one inlet). Then follow the instructions in your manual if you're lucky enough to have one that gives them. If not then you can try this. Put the scooter on the center stand and/or a jack so that the back wheel is off the floor. Put a wrench on the nut holding the center of the fan and rotate the engine until it's at what is known as "Top Dead Center" (TDC), which is when the piston is at it's highest on the compression stroke. This may be marked with a "T" on the flywheel (see image below) At this point both valves should be fully closed and the gap between the rocker arm and valve stem (clearance) should be at its maximum. Both rocker arms will be at minimum height positions on the camshaft lobes. There may be marks on the flywheel to indicate TDC, and/or there may be marks on the outside of the cam sprocket. Check your user manual if you have one. If you can't find any timing marks for TDC you can rotate the engine clockwise the cam lobe is about 180 degrees away from the rocker arm. This means that the clearance between the rocker arm and the valve should be at it's maximum and you should be able to wriggle the rocker arm back and forth a bit (that's the clearance). You can also remove the spark plug, put a straw into the cylinder and rotate the engine until you feel the piston is at its maximum height both valves are fully closed (note that there are two position in a 4-stroke engine at which the piston is at it's maximum height in the cylinder. Be sure you get the right one). Once you're at TDC, loosen the locking nut and adjust the clearance using a set of feeler gauges. When you have it set correctly, tighten down on the lock nut, and re-check it. Now do the same thing again for the other valve. For most 150cc GY6 engines the clearance should be around .004", but check your manual. For 50cc engines I've seen .002" recommended. I hope you enjoy my video Thank you for watching from Virberello
HOW MUCH LIFT CAN I RUN IN MY 5.0L FORD? HOW MUCH CAM WILL FIT IN MY 302 FORD? HOW DO I MEASURE PISTON-TO-VALVE CLEARANCE? CAN I RUN A CAM BIGGER THAN THE 274 XTREME ENERGY COMP CAM? DO I NEED SPECIAL TOOLS TO MEASURE P-V CLEARANCE? CHECK OUT THIS VIDEO WHERE I DEMONSTRATED HOW TO MEASURE THE PISTON TO VALCE CLEARANCE ON AN ORIGINAL 1990 5.0L FORD 302. I MEASURED THE P-V ON THE STOCK CAM THEN AGAIN WITH A XE274HR CAM. HOW MUCH DID IT CHANGE AND CAN I GO EVEN BIGGER?
IMPORTANT Must be on TDC (Top Dead Center) Compression stroke! VALVE ADJUSTMENT Feeler gauges Measures: 0.0015 Inch (0.038 mm) to 0.025 Inch (0.635 mm) 🤍 🤍 Find compression stroke First! 🤍 I had several of you guys ask for this video.. here it is! NOTE .002" on intake and exhaust! correction: ADJUST WHEN ENGINE IS COLD. One of the easiest valve adjustments I've ever done. the whole procedure can be done in under 15 minutes. No need to remove the tank there is plenty of room to work. WHERE TO BUY PARTS LIST: Feeler gauges 🤍 Due to changing products, links, etc, If you want the product links, please go to 🤍motocheez.com and click the bike your looking for parts (upper right), this simplifies the links for all the parts I use and install on ALL my videos. Thanks you for watching, PLEASE subscribe! ▽ Follow MotoCheez Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Web: 🤍 Music clips:
Time to adjust the valves and finish up the silver 1999 CRV and start working on the green Copart 1998 Civic Coupe EX. Adjust in the 1-3-4-2 cylinder order, rotating the cam markers 45 deg each cylinder Follow Us Online To Be Up To Date! Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍
In part 1 of our series on piston to valve clearance, we go over some important concepts that are helpful when checking clearance. In part 2, we'll go over two commonly used methods for checking piston to valve clearance.
Briggs and Stratton single Cylinder OHV. VALVE Adjustment Procedure. Tutorial. Jeff's Little Engine Service demonstrates HOW TO Troubleshoot and Diagnose a 16 HP Briggs and Stratton OHV Engine. Model, motor models 31C707, 28700, 28P700, 28Q700, 28S700, 28U700, 28W700, 28770, 310700, 311700, 312700, 313700. How to ADJUST the VALVES on a 16 Horsepower Briggs and Stratton OHV overhead valve Engine single cylinder. VALVE ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE Specifications specs. Is it the valves? VALVE PROBLEM on a Riding Lawnmower motor. HARD STARTING. Difficulty turning over. Too much compression. Trouble turning over? Same for many models Adjusting the valve lash valves Intek Craftsman Toro Troy-Bilt Poulan Snapper Sears Hayter Mountfield Lawnflite Snapper Yard Machines mtd ayp yardman yard man lawnboy Battery solenoid electrical problems. PLEASE KEEP IN MIND when you are watching my videos: I am showing you the least expensive, quickest "backyard" methods for repairing or servicing your lawnmower. Replacing all components such as gaskets and fuel lines is always recommended when rebuilding or repairing equipment. With these videos I hope you are able to fix and repair your lawnmower yourself with minimal parts, knowledge and tools. Thank you for watching! Music by my band BonzaiRod Donations are greatly appreciated and help me make vids, just click the Paypal link below. Thanks! 🤍 Copyright 2016 Jeff's Little Engine Service For T-Shirts and Parts, visit my website! 🤍
How To Check / adjust valve clearance, this was performed on a KTM 640 Supermoto but the process will be similar for many engines. Hope you find it useful. Forum instructions here, I used the Motion Pro valve lash feeler gauge (.006" or 0.15mm) its perfect for this job: 🤍 The third person camera mount used in this video was this one from Sail Video System: 🤍 Sena Prism camera used for third person video and audio along with the 20S intercom, details here: 🤍 = New laser cut stickers now available! Two types Team LCR and Lamb Chop Rides. These can be ordered here: Team LCR Sticker: 🤍 Lamb Chop Rides: 🤍 (NEW) T-Shirts also now available from VloggersMark 🤍 More from Lambchop Rides on: 🤍Twitter.com/lambchops1971 🤍Facebook.com/LambchopRides Thank you and happy sticking! LC
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