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Was getting ready to adjust my valves and need to know witch valve is intake and witch is exhaust,how do you tell the diffrence.
manifold, header tube etc) and the intake valve will coincide with the runner placement on the intake. JMO
Was getting ready to adjust my valves and need to know witch valve is intake and witch is exhaust,how do you tell the diffrence.
Different engines use different arrangements, so knowing whose motor you"re looking at when the hood is raised would be good info.Check which, "witch" you"re using, one is a choice, the other is B***h or a virago or something like that.Bogie
Yes, the arrangements (EIIEEIIE or other) may be different, but the intake and exhaust valves will correspond to the port they are "in line" with. In other words, your exhaust valve will not be in the position of the intake runner, nor will your intake valve be in the position of the exhaust port. With the covers removed this is completely obvious.
thanksThanks guys for info,it is a 350 chevy,my first rebuild.just wanted to make sure i got it right the first time.

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Thanks guys for info,it is a 350 chevy,my first rebuild.just wanted to make sure i got it right the first time.
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