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Also, remember that MAF is a reading of the amount of air entering the engine. If you have a backflow issues (high backpressure) or even a timing issue where the valves are not opening and closing at the correct time (slack chains, jumped timing), your MAF sensor readings will reflect this as well. I know this post is late, but any who are looking into this ...


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Lapping can be difficult, even the pros don't get it right the first time. You fixed it right? A lot of guys have to go and re=lap a vale or two. As long as it is fixed now and is fine your did a GOOD job. Live and Learn right? I do not think your overheating problem was due to leaking exhaust manifold nor do I think exhaust valves are causing your ...


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Under normal use (non-performance type use), the valves, both intake and exhaust, should last the life of the engine. If and when they do leak, it will not take long for the valve to become a burnt valve. In your case, I doubt they were leaking prior to pulling everything apart. If the exhaust valves had leaked, they would have been fried. If valves do not ...



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