Ct90 valve clearance

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Nov 20, 2013 · So in order to loosen the valve to the loose end 0.24mm-0.30mm = -0.06mm. So the 2.64mm shim ideally would be a 2.58mm shim. Of course they only offer them in the 0.05mm steps. But if I put in a 2.60mm shim that should get me 0.28mm clearance which would match the left and be as close as I can get with factory shims.

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Purchase original Honda parts and replacement parts for Honda XR75 and XR80. Re-MX, Inc is dedicated to preserving the minibikes and motorcycles of the past by producing top quality rubber parts for Honda, Kawasaki, Yamaha, and Suzuki. OEM and reproductioYou could start with a points inspection and possible adjustment, then go do the valve inspection and possible adjustment, however, it just seems 'natural' to do the valves, points and then timing (sort of a 'simple to more complex' process). ... and do a final check of the contact breaker point gap clearance.

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22mm PZ22 Carburetor For Honda Trail CT90 CT110 Carb 1980-1986. February 20, 2020. KIPA Carburetor For YAMAHA YFZ450 YFZ450V YFZ 450 2004-2009 Honda CRF450R KEIHIN FCR40 FCR 40mm, KAWASAKI KX450F 2006-2009 KLX450R 2008-2009. February 19, 2020.The Honda CT series was a group of Honda trail bike motorcycles made since 1964. The CT designation is a slight exception in Honda nomenclature in that "CT" does not indicate a series of mechanically related bikes, but rather a group of different bikes that are all for casual off-road use.I have a 72 ct90 k3. I have installed the 104cc big bore kit. Had the valves cut and new valve seal. But it burns lots of oil upon acceleration. ... I assume that you verified valve-to-guide clearance. #2 racerx, May 21, 2017. curtie94 Member. Joined: Nov 11, 2013 Messages: 418

Check the clearance of both the intake and the exhaust valves by inserting a feeler gauge between the tappet adjusting screw and the valve stem. The valve clearance should be; 0.05 mm ± 0.02 mm. or. 0.002 inches ± 0.0008 inches. If your valve clearance is within tolerance, you are good to go!