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    Veteran Member Four Rings Nebone's Avatar
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    Does this head have signs of bent valves or any piston contact?

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    Forum Moderator Four Rings A4Rob's Avatar
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    Pull the cams out and fill the intake and exhaust side with brake cleaner or other solvent. Check for leaks.
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    Veteran Member Four Rings Tiluleshpingen's Avatar
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    look at he pistons if there is any marks
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    Registered User Four Rings Sales@RAI's Avatar
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    looks good from here

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    Stage 3 Forum Advertiser Four Rings VMRWheels's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by A4Rob View Post
    Pull the cams out and fill the intake and exhaust side with brake cleaner or other solvent. Check for leaks.
    +1, if it's bad you can physically see the valves not seating where they're supposed to be

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    Senior Member Three Rings LowSantorin's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by VMRWheels View Post
    +1, if it's bad you can physically see the valves not seating where they're supposed to be
    x3, simplest way to tell, other than if they aren't contacting which is easy to tell.



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