Sebbastion: Sweet!!! Great demonstration. I almost did it in 5 minutes too (1/2 hour). Nice musical accompaniment.
radocz2: i have this type moped, and i buy new cylinder.what is factory setup in valve?
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
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 time!
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Daniel D: Good video. Very informative. Actually some helpful information on youtube? Who knew? You should make a video for installing those after market air filters you have on your carb. What size carb is that anyway? Did you have to up jet?
viper221984: my quad has compression, Spark and fuel but not starting? how likely is it valves could be issue? is it worth taking engine out and head off to check? or s it not likely this is cause? Thanks
robsonITALY85: uj nawet kluczyka 9 tki niema :D
stealthy17: "take your nuts off your seat"
"you can now remove your seat"
cartmanguy1: This is too much info and I don't wanna screw up my new scooter might as well hire a pro
Phil B: Wow you gaped your valves at .030 ??? I'm surprised it even started . I gap my spark plug at .030=762mm , my valves I gap at .003=.08mm . It runs great at all RPMs . I'm not trying to be a smart ass but .004 is only 10mm .
Phil B: 447za I tried .004/10mm , then a well experienced scooter mechanic told me
.003/.08mm is what to gap both valves at . I adjusted them to .003/.08mm it runs smooth at all RPMs .
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.
447za: James Cain have you noticed that my measure is in millimetres not inches. The valve gap is just right what the manual says.
James Cain: You are trying to blow that engine, 0.05 will do that in a hurry, better try 0.005 or 0.004 even better, you keep those at 0.05 because you "have a feeling its right" you are gonna find out how WRONG you are the hard way.
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
447za: Phil B:
My valve gaps are in millimetres so it is 0.05 mm
Phil B: .05 is 50 thousands . No way do you gap valves at .050 . I gap mine at a tight .004 , that's 4 thousands .
David Worley: the music sucked but it's a start..Thx...
sancak099: u shoud turn flywhell counterclockwise.not to clockvise thats wrong my friend.
dirtbikeridermat: called a slip/feeler/ribbon gauge.
447za: No I dont have, but I have feeling when its right :)
brian frazier: do you have to use a torque wrench to tighten the cylinder case i dont want to mess it up
Timothy Smith: Garbage video.
beachbummm69: the video would have been better without the music...good info
vachon644: They're not calipers; they're called feeler gauges. I bought mines at a "Canadian Tire" store here in canada; if you're in the USA I bet there is a Harbor Freight for you somewhere or other parts store that will have that as it is common and necessary for a lot of mechanical procedures.
William Wallace: I have to go learn somewhere else because there is nothing dancy antsy pantsy fancy techno about adjusting valves.
Sebastian Vasquez: MUSIC IS GAY AS crap
daand12: I think my kymco needs a Valve adjustment again. the in or exhaust rvioockerarm is ticking a bit. Especially when engine is warm. Previous valveadjustment was at 3021KM or near it. Now im near 6700KM
aseh08: you're right bro"
aseh08: no it's not normal the valve seals maybe loose" oil may come inside the cylinder causing thick white smoke coming from burning oil" you should provably change the valve seal on the valves""
Richie C: Good vid, can a big bore kit be fitted with the engine on do you think? (kymco agility)
The Stiver: "if you have a FRIEND use it"
Wabbit1961: They're called feeler gauges.
MAREKISBACKAGAIN: great video . ! butt why the freak the gay ass techno music ..? !!!!!!
snipas103: Its a 4t engine google it. :)
RE3FA2011: Hi could you help with my cpi oliver sport the kick start will not budge even with all my weight on the lever. Ive checked the spring and gears they are fine .greases it up and still will not budge a tiny bit. Plz help
strompis strompisen: Yes it helps give ten stars.
daand12: exhaust is 0.10mm and intake also or 0.05mm for intake, but not for exhaust.
Kidale Smith: What's the idea of the valves ? Should they be closer or further? And when i start my engine oil comes from the valves is that normal?
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!
rlachermeier: My manual list the valve clearance at .08mm ~ 1.2mm
15baco88: Im having problems with my scooter it only gets up to 20 mph and it's supposed to go up to 60 can someone please help me with this problem. Is a 2 stroke scooter 50 cc
Spam Bot: PEOPLE, BEWARE !!! DO NOT SET TO 0,05 MM !!! SET TO 0,5 MM !!! Or even better - set it to 0,4 mm.
backyardbiker: that item he has labelled as a caliper is not called a caliper its a set of feeler guages.
December Twentynine: This was informative...thanks and mad propz
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
Arthur Zdrinc: I just got my 150cc scooter. MC_D150T, it has the GY6 engine i assume since it's chinese. But i am very concerned. Everyone on the internet says to put 80W-90 gear oil in the transmission. My "operation instruction" manual says to use 10W-40 for the engine, and 10W-40 for the transmission?¿¿¿ What should i do?
oakster702: Ok I have 49cc made it to a 100cc will that video work for it