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Old 03-15-2013, 04:05 PM   #1
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Im fitting solid shim under bucket lifters to my '92 1.6 engine. I just wondered what the valve clearances should be?

I did find the clearance specs for an NB 1.8 engine, would these be suitable for my 1.6?

IN: 0.180.24 mm {0.0080.009 in}
(0.210.03 mm {0.0080.0012 in})
EX: 0.280.34 mm {0.0120.013 in}
(0.310.03 mm {0.0120.0012 in})

If not, could someone point me in the right direction for the specs?

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More info on how you are fitting solid lifters to a 1.6? stock b6 head?
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More info on how you are fitting solid lifters to a 1.6? stock b6 head?
I've got a set of MMD shim under bucket lifters to replace the standard hlas
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