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Suzuki LTZ400 - Valve Job Help

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I need to put new valves both on intake and exhaust side bc my valve lash clearance was 0. In order to put new Valves in, can I use old shims or do I need new ones? New springs also?

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I need to put new valves both on intake and exhaust side bc my valve lash clearance was 0

Isn't the valve lash adjustable on that model?

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I need to put new valves both on intake and exhaust side bc my valve lash clearance was 0. In order to put new Valves in, can I use old shims or do I need new ones? New springs also?

Have U tried adjusting them first ? With new valves and seats u will probably be wise to pick up a shim kit !

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Have U tried adjusting them first ? With new valves and seats u will probably be wise to pick up a shim kit !

I did try to adjust them, they were off by a lot and the intake valve keeper broke off which damaged the valve stem. So I got 4 new valves just to be on the safe side. The stock ones aren't as durable I've read. Got kibblewhites

Isn't the valve lash adjustable on that model?

Yeah I suppose so. Just gotta remove the shims and add diff sizes.

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