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    valve upgrade question

    can anybody tell me how long it would take to fit the riva valve upgrade, my dealer hasnt done one before,and allthough he has a qualified mechanic,they think...tuning mods....are a pop band,dont want to get ripped off....plus im tempted to do it myself any help mucho thanks


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    Mark its not hard..For the money youll spend in labor you can get the Valve train tool from Jerrys store and do it your self..Just take your time...You definatly can do it yourself...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snoman View Post
    Mark its not hard..For the money youll spend in labor you can get the Valve train tool from Jerrys store and do it your self..Just take your time...You definatly can do it yourself...
    got the tool,cool dude.....how many hours are involved....im tempted

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    minimum 1-2 hours max you would pay anyone would be 3-4 hours any more and your being ripped

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    Quote Originally Posted by jasonze View Post
    minimum 1-2 hours max you would pay anyone would be 3-4 hours any more and your being ripped
    THANKS, thats 200 plus vat,.......230......might just do it myself

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    Quote Originally Posted by MARK_LEGG View Post
    THANKS, thats 200 plus vat,.......230......might just do it myself
    I would considering u already got the tool n all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by R88ory RXP View Post
    I would considering u already got the tool n all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jasonze View Post
    minimum 1-2 hours max you would pay anyone would be 3-4 hours any more and your being ripped


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    Even if the stealership could do it in let's say 1-2 hours they 're still going to charge you for as many hours as the book tells them to. If the shop manual says it's a 4-6 hour job.............

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    valve springs

    I'm new to skis and it took me about 1 1/2 hours taking my time. After the first spring you get faster,it's easy

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