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New problem.

A finished my valve adjustment.

.004 intake
.006 exhaust.

Now I get one bar over halfway mark for temp gauge.
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Re: New problem.

are the valves louder than before you adjusted them?
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Re: New problem.

No. They sound fine. I read on another forum (non prelude) that someone had this problem and it was just the temp sensor wire that was rubbing against something too hot and fried some of the wires. I'm gonna check that I don't have that problem.

Also read that if exhaust is too tight. It will overheat.

What do you guys think?
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Re: New problem.

Hmmmm pretty strange. I did mine well over a year ago but cant remember what the clearances were. Hope you get it fixed. BUMP for help.
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thanks a lot. I hope someone on here knows lol
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Re: New problem.

did you go for the lowest setting? I know that there is a min and max that you can adjust too. When I did mine, if I remember correctly, that I went with the middle of the measurements. Also did TDC each piston as you adjusted the valves for the cylinder?
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