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I am working on getting the valve settings for you, give me a min ok?
do u have the answer to my question
I will have the answer in just a little bit, I am working on it
Intake valves are .015
Exhaust valves are .025
Adjust the valve lash while the engine is stopped. Use the following procedure to adjust the valve lash:
Note: If the engine is equipped with an engine compression brake, loosen the adjusting screw for the lash on the slave piston for the compression brake prior to adjusting the engine valve lash. Refer to the Testing and Adjusting, "Compression Brake" for information that relates to the adjustment of the slave piston lash for the engine compression brake.
Note: Refer to Table 6 for the appropriate engine valve lash setting.
Let me look for the Jakes
can i use the same tool that fits 3406-e for the injectors on the c-12 i have 1 of thoes or do i set the injectors o tolerance and turn back so many degrees and if so how man\y degrees
It did not say anything about the injector height tool. Let me see
Let me get the jake brake settings real quick
Looks like your jake settings are .045 plus or minus .003 inches because of your serial number
Reference: Testing and Adjusting, "Finding the Top Center Position For No. 1 Piston"
Follow steps 2 through 5 in order to adjust the slave piston lash on cylinders 2, 4, and 6.
Injector Adjustment Procedure
To make an adjustment to the unit injectors on cylinders 3, 5, and 6 use the following procedure:
No tool is required.
That should be everything you need to adjust your overhead
is that all if so thank you very much forall your time..
Ya, you have your Jake settings, Injector settings, and your valve settings. All it needs is for you to do it.. haha...I can't..lol
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