Re: buying advice for 2007 k7 gsxr 750
When I did my valves, one or two were close to out of spec but they were all within the clearances. I swapped out a few to keep them all closer to the center of spec.
This is just my personal opinion, but for the money, youre best off just replacing the head cover gasket. It may not need it, but it sure would be a pain in the ass to take it all apart later this year due to an oil leak.
As a matter of fact, here are the valve numbers I got on my K7 750 at about 22ish thousand miles on the clock:
Well, I finally got around to verifying time, and checking the valves. The feeler gauges I got increment by 2 so any of these numbers could go up one, but are as follows. (mm)
1. In: . 08/.08 Ex: . 23/.23 2. In: .1/.1 Ex: .23/.23 3. In: .1/.08 Ex: . 2/.23 4. In: .06/.06 Ex: .23/.16 The number on the left represents the cam lobe on the left of each pair. They seem super sporadic, and some are too tight for sure. I feel like before I get shims to adjust them, I should get different feeler gauges maybe? Something a little more accurate.
Last edited by maniac1886; 05-05-2019 at 05:24 PM.