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Discussion in 'Engine Topic' started by ULTM8Z, Dec 25, 2020.
I’ll never again do it any other way. Fired immediately as he said and was great!
I'll never do it that way either. With hydraulic lifers on the stand, I would get it done at-least 50% faster than his method. I would bring timing mark to tdc and start at either #1 or #6 cylinder, depending on which one happened to be on compression. I would do both intake and exhaust on that cylinder. I would rotate the crank 90° and do the next one in the firing order, and so on and so on. I typically only use EOIC when a feeler blade is involved.
I sell a modified valve cover called an Adjust-A-Cover for adjusting hydraulic lifters on small block Chevy heads.
I make three different sizes: standard height, tall, and Vortec head style. They come with 8 knockout plugs and directions. $60 plus shipping. PM me if with what style you need.
Somewhere I have little clips that covered the pushrods with a foam plug so you can keep oil under some control. I used to use them to adjust my solids very long ago. I like this idea though.
Pictures of the three different styles of Adjust-A-Covers I sell.
That's a pretty neat invention.
I did get mine adjusted using the static method though, following the valve adjustment order in the link in first post. Worked great... everything is running smooth as silk.
Interesting idea and they look good.
The one by Ken?
Who's ever this is...
This is how I've always done hydraulic lifter lifter adjustment.
I meant this one >>>