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Old 11-20-2007, 03:45 PM   #1
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CRX HF (D15B6) Valve clearances

Does anyone know the valve clearances for a CRX HF? My manual only covers SOHC 16V engines. The valve clearances for these engines are 0.007-0.009" for the intake valves and 0.009-0.011" for the exhaust. Does the 8 valve D15B6 has the same clearances, or something else?
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I am pretty certain that the clearances are exactly the same. If you ever look at a HF head, next to a DX, the only difference is that they didn't put in the fourth valve on each of the cylinders. The head's look identical, otherwise. On mine I just used .009 for all of the valves.
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Thanks Gary, that's kind of what I thought, but just wanted to be sure.
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