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#802529 03/23/2020 11:17 PM
by DavidP
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Is this really as close as they get? The manual makes no mention of at what point in the engine's rotation this occurs. This is at TDC with the TS valves closed.
Seems to me that if you're manufacturing the thing you could put the marks where they line up more exactly.
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#802580 Mar 24th a 05:06 AM
by NickL
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Like having to measure the 'squish' on the rubber o-rings on a trumoet eh?
That's Really straightforward eh? Then stopping oil coming up the head bolts.

As i say, these old crates all have their warts, if you don't like 'em, sell it.
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