I have a few Landies myself, btw.
I have been most successful by using a Go-NoGo technique.
If the clearance should be .015" then a .014: will "Go" and
a .016" will "No-Go". Eliminates the "feel" factor. First engine I
ever tried adjusting running was my 60 109 and I looked like an
Alaskan seal after the Valdez. Never again, and no need to,
At 01:04 PM 8/28/2007, Wayne Lee wrote:
>I too have been adjusting valves with the engine running for years, though
>mostly as a secondary process after the static settings retained a noisy
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