<VV> cold valve adjustment :

tkalp@cox.net tkalp@cox.net
Wed, 18 Aug 2004 8:14:23 -0400


For a Klutz like me there are too many variables when rolling the pushrod, how oily are your fingers, how good is your grip.  Even the in and out method is beyond me. I use the thinnest feeler gauge that I have and find the "zero" lash point like you were setting solid lifters then turn in the desired amount. This was a VV suggestion and it works great for me.

Best of Luck

Terry Kalp

> From: "philippe.esteve4" <philippe.esteve4@wanadoo.fr>

> Subject: Re: <VV> cold valve adjustment :
> Bob ,as usual your post is exaustive!
> one question, however,
> why move the pushrod in-and-out and no rotate?
> regards
> philippe
>   . BE SURE to move the pushrods in-and-out when looking for the zero lash
> point.  DO NOT rotate the pushrods because this may cause you to miss that
> zero point.
>   Regards,
>   Bob Helt