Topic: Re: adjusting valves after rebuild
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I would say yes.
Go run the snot out of it for 20 hours and then retorque the head and reset the valve lash.
I did it that way on everything from Yahamas, VWs, Hercules, Honda Civic, Allis, Rambler, Datsuns, Ford Tractors, Buda, Volvos, Briggs and Stratton, my Onan and an old 228ci GMC I had and always had good luck with the top ends I rebuilt.
I change the oil and filter then too.
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