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  1. #21 Re: TDC at compression stroke 
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  2. #22 Re: TDC at compression stroke 
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    Quote Originally Posted by superfamous View Post
    ha ha ha.

    thank you Barnone for your reply.
    Strange... In the notice which I received via e-mail, about your response to my post, it says something different than what I see here...

    It says:
    vai po caralho filho da puta
    I understand you: sometimes it is difficult to understand some joke.
    Ask me nothing - I DO NOT speak english. Really...
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  3. #23 Re: TDC at compression stroke 
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    If this is as stated, it just means he finally understood the joke and edited the cursing out before you saw the post on forum? Let us hope so, that is going a bit far, even for me and I don't mind the odd stoush.
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  4. #24 Re: TDC at compression stroke 
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    Jape, no big deal.
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  5. #25 Re: TDC at compression stroke 
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    Hi,

    soon i will adjust valves of my QM200GY. They are little noisy when engine warm, no performance problems, pulls like a train.
    I recently bought her as second owner, now 6200 km on the clock and i am afraid valves never been checked...

    I owned many big CC bikes before and exhaust valve gap was always LARGER than inlet valve gap.

    Are you REALLY SURE both exhaust and inlet valves have to be adjusted at same measurement, 0.07mm for QM200GY ?...

    Sorry for beeing suspicious, just want to be 100% sure..

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  6. #26 Re: TDC at compression stroke 
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    Hi

    it was noted in dr200 SE service manual that both inlet and exhaust must be the same and in range of 0.08 to 0.13 so i put mine on 0.10 and works fine no click sound .....
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  7. #27 Re: TDC at compression stroke 
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    Quote Originally Posted by jape View Post
    If this is as stated, it just means he finally understood the joke and edited the cursing out before you saw the post on forum? Let us hope so, that is going a bit far, even for me and I don't mind the odd stoush.
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  8. #28 Correct valve clearance for QM200GY... 
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    I do not want to do this unpleasant job twice, please somebody advice me the correct (best performing) clearances.

    This ?...

    Quote Originally Posted by ChinaV View Post
    Through CrazyCarl, we have learned that the correct specification is .06mm to .08mm for both the exhaust and intake ports. Take a .09mm gauge and slip it in. If it goes in, you're valves are too loose. Take a .06mm gauge and slip it in. If it doesn't go in, your valves are too tight.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nima Naderi View Post
    it was noted in dr200 SE service manual that both inlet and exhaust must be the same and in range of 0.08 to 0.13 so i put mine on 0.10 and works fine no click sound .....
    Or, should i take an average measurement, 0.07 + 0.10 = 0.17 2 = 0.085 ?..

    Or, it is not such a big deal, just don't let them set too tight and keep rolling..?

    Thanks,..
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  9. #29 Re: QingQi (Qlink) 200GY Illustrated Valve Adjustment 
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    in range of 0.08 to 0.13
    I have service manual -- GS125 qingqi-- also states both valves at the range.
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  10. #30 Re: QingQi (Qlink) 200GY Illustrated Valve Adjustment 
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    Quote Originally Posted by td_ref View Post
    I have service manual -- GS125 qingqi-- also states both valves at the range.
    dear basri

    look like u get the point ... i agree that "it is not a big deal but let it loose" and have fun
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