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Could someone please help?
I have a 90 mustang gt. I have read eveything I can get my hands on to find out to adjust my valves. Chilton say to bleed down the valve then adjust them. Ford tech say you don't need to bleed the valves.What the deal? Do I need to or not. What is the best way to adjust them.?Chilton has you do it in 3 steps. Some articles say do it1 cylinder at a time. I just put a crane rocker arm stud Converstion kit on. Dose this change the way you adjust them?
Thanks for any help
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if you put a stud conversion on your car the factory positive stop procedure can not be used.
306 Eagle crank, rods, and forged pistons
Edelbrock preformer upper and lower
BBK 70 MM throttle body
Edelbrock preformer RPM heads
Walbro 255lph High Pressure Fuel Pump
Ford Racing 47lb Injectors (EV6)
Ford Motorsport "B" cam
MSD pro billet / MSD 6AL
Converted to mass air
Makes 7.5 pounds of boost
T5... for now
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