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Old 02-02-2013, 12:11 PM   #9880
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Originally Posted by tomatoe333 View Post
I'd change the shims on both exhaust valves to be on the wide end of the clearance range while you're in there. They'll only get tighter as you put more miles on the bike. I'm wondering why the intakes are so far off, maybe some carbon on the seat of one of them? In any case, the intakes won't wear down the valve seats the way the exhaust side will, so anywhere in the spec is probably okay.
Sounds good to me, thanks.

I have no idea why their are off by that much, I've just been riding that bike for ~ 9000 km. I will go and check wether there is any carbon on any of them tomorrow.
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