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    msx head removal

    does any body have an easy way to remove the head on an msx 150 and can i do it without takin the valves out the rocker arms off thanks


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    I would think that the head could be pulled with the rockers still on. Never pulled one yet. Maybe Jay can shed light.

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    You can leave all the valve train in place but you must remove a timing chain link to remove the cylinder head. You will need the engine out of the hull if you intend to put it back together. This will is to allow you can set the cam timing. You will also need a copy of the manual.

    What is wrong that you need to remove the cylinder head?

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    msx

    the aft cylinder has low compression of 80 and last nite i took off the exhaust intake and the throttle body and found oil in the bottom is that normal also how hard is to get the chain off without buying that 185 dollar tool

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