SOHC motor (T45 torx bit) 89 in-lbs DOHC motor (10mm bolts) 22 FT-lbs
There is no valve adjustment on this engine. You tighten the rocker arms in 2 stages. First stage, 44 in lbs. Second stage, 26 ft lbs. If you have valve clatter, you have worn valve train parts.
It is the "Advertised duration", used by the factory. It is the Valve timing from when the valve is .006inches off the valve seat to .006" off the valve seat.
100 in lbs
.006 for intake and exhaust
valve lash should be set at 30 thou
The valve cover bolts need to be torqued to 72 to 84 IN-LBS
whats a head bolt torque of l300diesel2000
The 2001 Nissan valve cover bolt torque specification is 45 pounds. The valve cover bolts should be torqued in 15 pound intervals.
With the motors spec sheet or a tachometer.
.095 is the Honda spec i have the service manual
0.15mm intake 0.25mm exhaust
For the Suzuki GS850G, the valve clearance spec is .03mm to .08mm for both intake and exhaust valves. Check here: http://members.dslextreme.com/users/bikecliff
see a chiltons repair manual from the library.
1968-69 / 350cui
the manual say's that both valves are .13mm
From the Honda spec book: Intake = .002", Exhaust .002"
Carquest is where i got mine... get motor mounts factory spec this will keep other parts of your engine from having to absorb the shock of the motor
factory spec 398 lbs
Probably no more than 18 Flbs.
0.004 - 0.006" with the last one being the published spec.
Valve covers aren't structural, they just need to be torqued down har enough to get the gasket against the cyinder head to be oil tight.
1995 and earlier the spec is 39 plus or minus 5 psi. 1996 and later the spec is 49 plus or minus 5 psi.