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Old 05-26-2014, 08:20 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I know I know search right. But I have and have not found any real awnsers anywhere on the valve lash for dohc zc one persons says (.005 intake) -- (.006 exhaust) and others are saying (.009 intake) -- (.011 exhaust) I don't what what is right here can some one help me out on the DOHC ZC VALVE LASH and is it just between the cam and rocker? Is there any adjustment where the ball socket of the rocker goes into the big but?

Please say in imperial or else convert it for me if metric...
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