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Re: VALVE CLEARENCE ON A C

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08-19-2001 05:08:06




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If your engine is a C123, then likely you have a Super C or someone replaced the engine with a Super C engine. I think very few Cs were built with the 123 engine. My manual for the C calls for .014 valve clearance with the engine warm. I suppose a Super C is the same.




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Dave T

08-19-2001 17:35:36




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 Re: Re: VALVE CLEARENCE ON A C in reply to Haas, 08-19-2001 05:08:06  
Hi Haas

Supposedly the late C's had the 123. Mine (1952) has a 123, at least it's bored out to 3 1/8. Like Elton suggest, his is stamped C123. Where could I find the stamping? It would be interesting to know whether mine came from the factory that way, or had been rebuilt with 123 sleeves and pistons.



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Dave T

08-19-2001 19:57:02




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 Re: Re: Re: VALVE CLEARENCE ON A C in reply to Dave T, 08-19-2001 17:35:36  
Correction, I have a '51 C, My Super C is a '52



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ELTON

08-19-2001 20:49:24




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: VALVE CLEARENCE ON A C in reply to Dave T, 08-19-2001 19:57:02  
HEY DAVE, THE NUMBER C-123 IS PART OF THE CASTING OF THE MOTOR ON THE RIGHT SIDE ABOVE THE FIRING ORDER NUMBERS. THE BORE MEASURES 3" BUT I'M SURE THE SLEEVES CAN BE CHANGED TO A 3-1/8". THANKS FOR THE INFO. ELTON



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