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Lucid

11-26-2012 11:36:55
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The first try the gauge didnt even move. Unscrewed the gauge and retried it. It moved almost to the first bar on the gauge, 3rd go round was about the same. :/ Possible the #1 piston is stuck?

After I did my work, I was going to change the oil. And drop the pan to clean the oil pump etc. Then adjust the valves.




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JRSutton

11-26-2012 13:23:20
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 Re: Backfire? in reply to Lucid, 11-26-2012 11:36:55  
My first guess (and/or hope) would be a stuck or out of adjustment valve.



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PretendFarmer

11-26-2012 11:45:33
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 Re: Backfire? in reply to Lucid, 11-26-2012 11:36:55  
Im not sure how a piston could be stuck and have it run.

In my opinion, you should adjust the valves. You might be amazed at what that would do. If you have never done it, then its a good time to start.

I did mine with a .020" shim cold. Hot was .014" I think.

Its easy.
If you dont know how to adjust them, ask and I will give you step by step.

After you adjust, leave the valve cover off and run it. You(or at least I can) can tell if there is something out of order such as a valve not closing properly.
This post was edited by PretendFarmer at 11:47:04 11/26/12.

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