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Tech Article Valve Adjustment

We get may questions related to the proper way or correct way to adjust valves on a solid or mechanical roller cam. This brief article will explain the correct way to accomplish the task. First off it is critical that when you adjust your lash that the valve you are adjusting is on the base circle of the cam. This is not as easy as it may sound especially if your ramp speed is high and you  have little overlap. I usually start at the front of the motor on either side and work my way back as I adjust valves from front to rear.