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Old 01-25-2011, 04:40 PM
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Valve Adjustment - H22A1

I can't seem to find information on this question that has been bugging me.

I know the lobe is supposed to face you when you are adjusting the exhaust but when you are adjusting the intake should the lobe be facing the windshield or should it be pointing at the front of the car?

At TDC cylinder 1 exhaust lobe is pointing out at the front of the car and cylinder 1 intake is pointing at the windshield.
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i know its for a civic. but this helped me out.
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Re: Valve Adjustment - H22A1

Thanks, I knew I did it correctly.

Some retard told me that when you were doing cylinder 1 exhaust you did #3's intake, this will prove him wrong.
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Re: Valve Adjustment - H22A1

ur welcome dude. its still a vtec just smaller. ive heard people say the same thing, it makes no sense cause u need both the valves shut. glad i could help!
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Re: Valve Adjustment - H22A1

It'd prolly be easier to follow the instructions set forth in the owner's manual.

Which tell you to use the timing marks on the cam sprokets. Much easier.
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