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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 02-08-2010, 11:16 AM Thread Starter
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Just about to break down my motor (VN750)and do the vaules any tips are hints from anybody would be a great help can PM me
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Not sure what you mean by "do the valves". If you mean just resurfacing the valves and valve seats and replacing the valve seals, it will be easy. Hardest parts will be removing and reinstalling the engine, and not messing up the timing when you reinstall the heads. Unlike engines with a single cam chain, getting the timing set right on the Vulcan 750 is a real PITA, because it has 4 cam chains, and intermediate shafts. Just follow the directions in the Clymer or Kawasaki manual. Jerry.

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