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#1 Old 06-10-2009, 02:29 AM
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If anyone knows the answer to this can they please let me know.

I am hoping these need to be adjusted to stop a ticking noise coming from the top end of the engine.

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#2 Old 06-10-2009, 08:00 AM
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I think you'll find that there is no adjustment. Nowadays, most if not all zero lash hydraulic lifter motors don't have any adjustment as it's really not needed.
If a hydraulic lifter ticks, no amount of adjustment will stop it.
As a quick fix, you could try dumping the oil and filter and re-fitting with Penrite oil. It has a good detergent in it and has solved this exact problem for me and my nephew on a few engines now.
We swear by the stuff as a result.
The other way, if the tick is consistent hot or cold, is to remove the rocker cover, run the engine and push each rocker sideways a bit, one at a time.
When you hit the noisy one you will hear a subtle but noticable shift in the sound of the tick. You'll then know which one to replace.

keep all the rockers and lifters in order, so they go back where they came from.
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Thats right; the tappets are hydraulic with no adjustment. Mine are generally getting worse and are starting to sound more like a diesel engine at tickover. Any particular Penrite oil you recommend? I had a look at their UK site and it seems to be oil for vintage cars ?? Would a flushing oil be any use? I have heard that flushing oil can do more harm than good on an older engine though - may cause seals to leak if the grime is shifted.
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Hi Ed, HPR15 works well. Yeah flush should be used with caution on really sludgy engines, but more from a blocking of galleries than leaking seals problem.
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QUOTE (Rove @ Jun 10 2009, 11:00 PM)
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I think you'll find that there is no adjustment. Nowadays, most if not all zero lash hydraulic lifter motors don't have any adjustment as it's really not needed.
If a hydraulic lifter ticks, no amount of adjustment will stop it.
As a quick fix, you could try dumping the oil and filter and re-fitting with Penrite oil. It has a good detergent in it and has solved this exact problem for me and my nephew on a few engines now.
We swear by the stuff as a result.
The other way, if the tick is consistent hot or cold, is to remove the rocker cover, run the engine and push each rocker sideways a bit, one at a time.
When you hit the noisy one you will hear a subtle but noticable shift in the sound of the tick. You'll then know which one to replace.

keep all the rockers and lifters in order, so they go back where they came from.
Can you run your's with the cover off mine spashes oil every where when you do that???
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See my thread on this forum for how to overhaul the hydraulic tappets. Worked a treat on mine but it is a fair bit of work. If you do it, change the cam chain and guide at the same time. My chain guide had practically disappeared it was so worn !
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