How To Adjust The Valves On A Harley-Davidson Evolution Motorcycle Engine




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BeaglePower G: How bout the V-Rod valves ???

Robert Kraft: Thanks man, I'm a new Harley rider...old school Honda rider.
I thought for sure the valves were adjustable...Oh well, now I have to come up with another excuse to drink beer in the garage all day.

bill taylor: LOL  pointless waste of video

John Bisbal: Love the video!

Wesley Porter: Thank you

Greg Blahnik: Thank you  for sharing this, I did not know that.

dan myers: I adjust the valves on my 2005 HD every week to keep it running strong.  I'm going to change the timing belt this weekend.  I still have my suzuki but I love my Harley. 

MrSlowestD16: Haha, I saw the title and was like "what the hell, thought they were hydraulic!?" - scared me for a bit!

Saddle Tramp: Anybody with enough mechanical know-how to adjust push rods is well aware of what a hydraulic lifter is.
What a pointless waste of bandwidth this video is.

pontirec: i am swapping out my aluminum rocker boxes for chrome ones and need to adjust the valves. useless video. wasted my time. lifters are not in the rocker boxes, nor the valves, and your big twin does not have cams. just one.

sultanheart: Now tell us how to solve all Harley's overheating problem

Jack Fountain: Do you even know where the lifters are. LOL why are you pointing at the top every time you point to them????

cuthbertjellyhead: This answered the exact question I was searching for. Thanks

cuthbertjellyhead: This answered the exact quest

hoohoohoblin: The Evolution is a great engine. Very reliable and low maintenance. The rubber mounting takes away the vibration. If the bike has been treated nicely, it is a great machine.

MrBeboopman: hello, very informative video. As a confirmed four across the frame pilot I have been looking at a 1986 flh, any opinion on these please.

Dan Green: You point to the rocker covers and say the valves are in here. No there not. Valves are in the heads.

anth lynn: george novak , you still would not need to adj ,hydraulic cam followers do the job. and you would not remove that much material from the valve that it would be out of the range of the lifter

George Novak: Duh what about after a valve grind stupid

hoohoohoblin: You're welcome.
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