Highly Detailed GY6 Valve Adjustment Procedure(Step By Step)
A Highly Detailed/STEP BY STEP tutorial on how to adjust the valve
clearances on your GY6 scooter. Proper valve clearance is essential for
ease of starting and peak engine performance. If you have never done this
before(New to scooters), then this video is definitely for you. All
necessary tools are listed in the video. Procedure outlined in the video
applies to a few different engine sizes. If you need any further
assistance, please post questions in the comment section.
Suggested valve clearance is .005" intake & Exhaust, or .004" intake & .005" Exhaust. Both will work. I have used this exact
procedure for 3 1/2 years with no problems, and racked up well over 10,000
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GY6 150CC Valve & Spring Replacement - Grinding/Lapping
Video showing how to properly install valves/springs & other hardware on a
GY6 150cc engine head without specialized tools. Be sure to check out all
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The Ultimate GY6 Starter & Ignition Troubleshooting Tutorial
If your GY6 scooter will not start, then look no further than this video to
discover the solution to your problem. This video covers everything in a
step by step, easy to understand format. All that is required is your time
to troubleshoot as shown in this video, and a digital multimeter with AC/DC
voltage up to 100V, as well as an OHMS range up to 10M or 20M. The video
was created for GY6 125/150cc scooters, but the test procedures outlined in
this video likely also apply to 50cc's as well. If you have any other
questions regarding something I did not cover, then post them in the
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