Samuel Gonzales: have a generator 13hp one side of the lifters comes and down the other nothing can you tell me why and how to fix it.thanks
Johnathan Drake: Can plz answer back< my bike is popping a little to much after decelerating my mini bike mechanic said it needs a valve adjustment is it true ?
dario hernan mas: why you use the rope? thanks.
Paul Dew: I meant "very" important.
Paul Dew: accurate and well presented. especially about TDC, yery important. thanks
Paul Dew: I would like to add rear suspension on my Baja warrior, any info would be greatly appreciated.
DeWALTme: It is very important that you make sure that when you set the valve lash that you are on top dead center on the COMPRESSION stroke.
Kirk Verhey: are lash settings same on a 2.5 clone? 0.003 exhaust and 0.002 intake?
mxracing6: That's a neat trick with the rope. Wow, I just learned something today, cool.
Kyle Saletta: He puts the rope in so your valves don't fall down towards the engine head when your compressing the spring to put the cap or retainer onto the valve stem. it just makes it a lot easier
MotoVox: Very informative!
Kym Langmead: thanks chris after 3hrs and sore thumbs and valves slipping down putting my 26lb springs with the rope in place made life a lot easy'r
drew doouk: Say I'm doing a complete rebuild on a similar engine, and I'm wondering is there a valve retainer cap for the intake valve as well?
mowerman32000: there is a easyer way to do that
Tim Peterson: I understand that at "top dead center" the exhaust valve is set at .003... My question is to set the intake valve at .002.... where does the piston need to be at? thanks
Chris Moore (Just another RC adventure): What is a video you are wanting to see a HOW TO done on regarding the 6.5 Clone motor?
Rob D: Quick question: The roto valve caps you take off at 3:08. Are these on both valves or just the inlet? Cheers, Rob
hoturpo123456: I have a Loncin that has lash caps on both valves
mark stanton: This can b done WITHOUT backing off the rockers by just sidestepping the rocker.
Chris Moore: A lot goes into upgrading. Recheck timing on cam, timing on flywheel (check the keyway), with the valve cover off check and see if the valves are moving, check lash. Check for spark, check for gap on coil to flywheel, check carb did you forget a gasket? Heavy modified motors are a pain to get started at first, once tuned in they are easier, but still a pain to start. Hope that something helps.
6.5 hp Honda Clone replacing spring, setting valve lash5
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