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steve josh
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PostPosted: Sun Jan 12, 2014 23:13    Post subject: J20A engine Reply with quote

Hello to all this is my first post and it's for help, I have had to get the head and the block deck refaced .020 thou (inch) or .50 mil off each to get them back flat, Suzuki technical wont or cant give me the info I want, How much piston to valve clearence is there on a stock setup, my worry is will valve's hit pistons, is it ok to use 2 head gaskets, or do I need to get a shim made up, I want it to run on normal unleaded as it's the wife's to and from work car GV2000 auto trans,
Thanks in advance to anyone who could help me get this back on the road Shocked  Confused
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