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JUN valve adjustment

Discussion in 'General Tech and Maintenance' started by brettII, Sep 6, 2003.

  1. brettII

    brettII KMS-fab

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    whats the spacing/gapping when adjusting the valves for JUN stage 1/type 1 cams for a b16a? i have tried to contact JUN but they have yet to respond...thanks for your help, or maybe you can point me in the right direction...also, is this called valve lash??

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    brettII KMS-fab

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    or does anyone know how to reach JUN other than email....thanks

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    no2psi Senior Member

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    I pulled the paperwork on my JUNIII and they say intake : .005" and exhaust are :.006" That seems tight to me but, thats what it says.
     
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    ok what do you mean...JUNIII? type 3/stage 3 cams?? if so it may be different due to the type of cams they are...mine are just type 1/stage 1 so...let me know, and thanks

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    Yea they are stage 3 cams. The big ones. Personally I dont run the lash that tight, but that is what the paperwork says. I have run .007 on the intake and .008 on the exhaust. On every motor i have ever built and never had a problem.
     
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    D See 2 Senior Member

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    yea, thats what the b16a manual calls for. i would go with that.
     
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