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    Re: Chattering on take off

    I just did my valve ADJUSTMENT and it wasn't terribly difficult taking your time and researching before hand.

    There's a bunch of threads here re the procedure... I had ONE exhaust valve, .001" too tight (outside of spec's). A shop probably would have left it as is, but I was right there.. Added another 1.5 hours to it (first time for me on this bike) but I had a shim kit already. Most importantly, I know it was done right (saved a bunch of $) and actually done..





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    Re: Chattering on take off

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    So yea some mechanic some where a long timr ago needed to be fired.. Found this in my service manuel lol. Mayne that shop tech needs to read the book 2 pages before that that has exact oil specs lol

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    Re: Chattering on take off

    So you actually have to remove the cams to do it? If you know a place i can get a write up on parts and tools required that would be cool ill do it during the winter. I am ordering the haynes manuel soon as i ha e some do ray me as well which should help

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    Re: Chattering on take off

    The cam(s) only need to be pulled IF MAKING AN ADJUSTMENT. As noted earlier, my exhaust cam had one valve too tight(closest to the camera actually)

    For a check, and if all are within spec's, your just getting the valve cover off and checking lash with a feeler gauge.

    There's a sticky under the "Tech Section" on how to check them..

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    Re: Chattering on take off

    Ah ok cool ill need to buy a torque wrench and feller gauge one day lol

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    Re: Chattering on take off

    Found the thread on checking valve clearances:

    https://www.600riders.com/forum/how-...nce-check.html
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    Re: Chattering on take off

    Quote Originally Posted by TownsendsFJR1300 View Post
    Found the thread on checking valve clearances:

    https://www.600riders.com/forum/how-...nce-check.html
    The forum is telling me I don't have enough permission to access that feature when I try to click the link. Anyone else have that issue?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jesse_sanders View Post
    The forum is telling me I don't have enough permission to access that feature when I try to click the link. Anyone else have that issue?

    Sent from my SM-G975U using Tapatalk
    Try copy, paste and enter on a clear browser.
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    Re: Chattering on take off

    Quote Originally Posted by jesse_sanders View Post
    The forum is telling me I don't have enough permission to access that feature when I try to click the link. Anyone else have that issue?

    Sent from my SM-G975U using Tapatalk
    I noticed your signature says your using a mobile device through Tapatalk. Maybe it has to do with Tapatalk?

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    Re: Chattering on take off

    Yes sir, I bet you're right. I'll try opening a regular browser and use the above information.

    Thanks fellas.

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