Valve clatter could it be timing?

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  1. CraigMBA

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    How much is the recurve kit w/ springs?
     
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    It comes with the adjustable vac.
     
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    oh no... this happened to me a couple days ago i had to get a new head....
     
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    What happened?
     
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    I'll try again...


    http://*******.com/index.php/topic,317.0.html

    For some reason, this site doesn't seem to like sbf tech. If you go there and search "adjusting stud mount rockers" You will find a VERY VERY VERY informative read on valve train adjustment and set up. I wish I'd known before I spent my first penny on speed parts....
     
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    The site's name is getting caught in the language censoring software.

    try modifing by adding an underscore so it so it's cantget_anydumber.

    I've tried to link pictures here before that were absolutely SFW (safe for preschool!) and it wouldn't let me.
     
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    He's got pedestal mount rockers. Only way to adjust em is using shims.
     
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    Just a question. Where did you have you vacuum hose connected. Was it to the mainifold, giving full manifold vacuum, or to the carby port?
     
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  9. jeffnoel

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    Carb port on side of metering block, were else I'm not totally stupid.
     
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    Nice!
    Stupid? Yet to be determined.
    Assh0le? Likely.
    :notnice:
     
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    Sorry if I offended, didn't intend too.
     
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    No harm done:nice:
     
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