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    Exclamation valve clearance ratio of honda city idsi @ dead cold ...........

    dear expert,

    could any one let me know the best valve clearance ratio (tappet gap) of honda city idsi at dead cold level?
    or is there any difference should be in intake and exhaust or both have same gap?


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    Intake 0.15-0.19mm (0.006-0.007) exhaust 0.26-0.30mm (0.010-0.012) exhaust side clearance is more due to heat causing expansion .

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    Quote Originally Posted by judgevt View Post
    Intake 0.15-0.19mm (0.006-0.007) exhaust 0.26-0.30mm (0.010-0.012) exhaust side clearance is more due to heat causing expansion .
    well I got confirm from honda service center they recommend , intake 0.10 and exhaust 0.12 mm for cng running............

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    Check a service manual, the 3s people themselves are.not credible
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    Quote Originally Posted by margallar View Post
    Check a service manual, the 3s people themselves are.not credible
    I dont hv manual, if any one has pls give me , Im looking for.......

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    Quote Originally Posted by engineer_shazz View Post
    well I got confirm from honda service center they recommend , intake 0.10 and exhaust 0.12 mm for cng running............
    These specs are on the tight side. very tight according to the honda manual what would you do if you couldn't get cng???? How would your car run on petrol with over tight tappets ?????

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    Quote Originally Posted by judgevt View Post
    These specs are on the tight side. very tight according to the honda manual what would you do if you couldn't get cng???? How would your car run on petrol with over tight tappets ?????

    no bro.............. these setting are on loose side, and its recommended for cng............

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