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    wave eater clips

    do i loosen that allen scren in the middle at all or just push the clip on over the screw?


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    waveeater wave eater clip installation

    Patented WaveEater power valve pin retainer clip installation.
    Depending upon the types of tools used to remove the covers installation will take about 5-10 minutes each.

    Step 1:Remove the four 10mm bolts that hold the covers on. You may leave one of the four bolts in and just swing the cover out of the way as pictured
    Step 2:Hook one side over the pin. Then press the other side on. Push WaveEater Clip into place by hand
    Step 3:Gently push down on points indicated with red arrow with a screw driver tomake sure tabs secure the Alan Head screw
    Step 4:Reinstall the covers, and your done. Make sure the cables are still on the pulley and adjusted per the manual's specs

    Repeat these steps for the rest of the valves



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    Quote Originally Posted by phen440 View Post
    do i loosen that allen scren in the middle at all or just push the clip on over the screw?
    Push the clip over the screw.

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    Simple and quick.

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    Yes very simple.... Once ya realize what ya have to do

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    well I guess next time I should read the instructions I took the screw out and then put on the clip then loctited the screw and installed over the clip oh well it is not going anywhere

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    i was thinking the same thing, i read through the directionsbut didn't know if i needed to undo the screw.
    thanks all

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    Quote Originally Posted by osidebill View Post
    well I guess next time I should read the instructions I took the screw out and then put on the clip then loctited the screw and installed over the clip oh well it is not going anywhere

    If they are the aftermarket billet ones, then the screw has to be removed. Bill, the ones I bought from you, I had to remove the screw


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    Clever thing about the design is that the clip doubles up as a retainer for the allen screw as well as the p/v rod, if it's pushed on with the screw in place! Well done that designer chappy!

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