Chamblizi The All Mighty!: Thanks getting a Tao Tao pronounced (Tou Tou), soon for a deal 150 miles
350 needs a une up, yay taxes.
W. K. De Vaney: To the point and well thought out from a layman's point of view. Not a
bunch of unnecessary detail, but what was needed to get the job done, and
done right. Especially helpful that it's from an owner's and rider's
viewpoint, rather than from some pro mechanic with a shop and tools we
owners cannot duplicate. Like the scooter itself - simple, reliable and to
the point. I own and ride the big machines as well as my little 50cc Bash
scooter, so I can appreciate the advantages of both. For the highway, I
ride the bigger machines, but it has always amazed me what we can do with
the scooters. They're practical and easier to maintain, if you have even a
modest inclination towards mechanics - and this gentleman with his
willingness to share is the very reason we have them. Economical to ride
and to run, with knowledge such as this video has given us - and has so
many others. Thanks - WKD
Wutzthedeal: I kept screwing up because I was dancing.
pot38 dot: Thanks:) useful video.
CrimsonDragon468: What kind of calipers are those, and where can you buy them?
Tyler Warren: Definitely a "5 STAR" video. Just bought a Chinese 150 scooter with no
manuals or maintenance intervals. Thx so much
Jude Cossey: Very helpful. Thank you. Now I'm going to attempt it on my scooter.
Josey Wales: I am assuming that the 10 mm was for the head cover bolts.
Ray Titselaar: freaking music
johnporter jp: wrong valves int is at 0.03 and exg is at 0.05
Forest Silverwood: I was confident I could adjust the valves, I just wasn't exactly sure how
to get to it. I didn't know the front plastic plate under the seat was
removable. Thanks! This was perfect for me.
Just adjusted the valves and now it's running in neutral just fine again.
monkehbitch: Mute is a wonderful thing.
snipas103: Its a 4t engine google it. :)
IplayMusic2: I agree Phil B. I gap'd my Tao Tao ATM50-A @ .030 (762mm) and it clacked so
bad I had to take it apart again. This time I gap'd it with a better set of
gauges at .004 (102mm) and it runs great. Good deal.
Hooverdarnit: Do you know how to change a broken valve spring on a GY6? Is it hard? Do I
need a special tool? THX
M. WilkEGR: called a slip/feeler/ribbon gauge.
mydio: @MeestaNoName Do what your manual says, different bikes will have slightly
different requirements so it's best to stick to the manual's advice.
Vaappa95: @alphanostrum 0.08mm is fine.
Wutzthedeal: I have to go learn somewhere else because there is nothing dancy antsy
pantsy fancy techno about adjusting valves.
Erk815: @Tommie211093 thats 4 stroke engine, piston is under the valves.
The Stiver: "if you have a FRIEND use it"
daand12: exhaust is 0.10mm and intake also or 0.05mm for intake, but not for exhaust.
oakster702: Dose this work on a VIP 50 cc stock scooter
mikmorpheus: wow thx u, it was rly intristing ! 5/5
RiseAgainstRcoks: DJ karburator!!!
erik travis: i have 49cc garelli tiesse four stroke 2000 km, adjust the gap twice. 0,5
mm and 0.3mm.but there's still a rattling sound from engine.help plss.
447za: @The12Nurse I didnt find my wrench so I had to use adjustable ! You can
check that clearance in your manual.
447za: @The12Nurse Have you tried to Google that what would be the clearance of
backyardbiker: that item he has labelled as a caliper is not called a caliper its a set of
Brian Crawford: Great Tutorial... This made my valve adjustment a breeze and it was my
first time!! took me about 20 minutes.. It will only take about 10 next
ttk93: Great video. Helped me a lot. Thanks. BTW what is the first song?
Anton Reinholdtsen: two stroke is best for engines under 900cc :P
447za: James Cain have you noticed that my measure is in millimetres not inches.
The valve gap is just right what the manual says.
Robert Meutsch: where is the "other one" you speak of...?
robsonITALY85: uj nawet kluczyka 9 tki niema :D
Dan Swift: The scooter must be warmed up to operating temperature,Roketa,Sunny and
Taotao valves need to be set as intake .003 exhaust at .004 hot if you
noticed you have some valve clatter the wrong setting can result in
damaging valve guides and seats, valves that are too tight will burn and
you will have compression loss the more the engine heats up to the point it
will want to die and bogg down bad, but good video
john chapman: is this setting the same as the 50cc too
Tilemachos Katsalis: i have baotian bt49qt-9..i change cylinder and piston...now it's 72cc and i
don't know how much must be the valves..?
Wabbit1961: They're called feeler gauges.
The12Nurse: @447za thats ok I understand why you used it. I dont have a manual but i
had an idea that a .0025 clearance can give optimum result...
monkeyboycal: what does this do
Anthimos Aggelidis: hello there can i ask u something i have a 125cc 152qmi moter (gy6) i put a
bigbore kit with 61mm piston could u tell me the valve adjust????mm
oakster702: Ok I have 49cc made it to a 100cc will that video work for it
daand12: IN: 0,05MM ( thats right ) and EX: should be 0,10MM.
Timothy Smith: Garbage video.
OnlineScooterGuide: A friend told me about your video
katie williams: This was a great video - saved us a small fortune when we did mine
yesterday, but my scooter had to have the valve set to a different spec
(called the manufacturer) - I have a question for anyone out there though,
We have a JL50qt-6a (Jenlin) scooter (49 cc) and need to know what the
setting for the valve would be on it... any ideas? Thanks all!
Jeff De Soto: music really sucked. Dont need techo disco. I just muted my sound. Haveing
the torque values for the valve nuts and the valve cover would be helpful.
It would really suck if someone broke off a bolt. I used to strong arm
things, but then I didnt know my strength. Best to use a torque wrench when
tightening bolts. FIY
Tommie211093: dude you have one strange cilinder....where is your piston and crap?