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AC Delco #AC-G0002 gen. 6.5hp engine


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Default AC Delco #AC-G0002 gen. 6.5hp engine

Hi guys, my buddy had to replace the head gasket on his delco but we can't find the valve/tappet clearances on the web. I understand these engines are Chinese replicas of Honda engines. Does anyone have these valve specs?
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Default Re: AC Delco #AC-G0002 gen. 6.5hp engine

use the honda gx160 specs
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Default Re: AC Delco #AC-G0002 gen. 6.5hp engine

Honda GX160: .006 intake .008 exhaust
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Thanks for the replies guys, got 'em.
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Default Re: AC Delco #AC-G0002 gen. 6.5hp engine

These engines make lash as they heat up.
I run close to ZERO lash as possible and do the adjustment by feel.

Too much lash causes trouble on these engines, watch it close untill you are familiar with the quirks of the clones.
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