Heavy deposits on exhaust valves - MC engine

Kurt Deschler desch at alum.wpi.edu
Tue Dec 20 15:29:41 EST 2005

I know that a wire wheel will remove it fairly easily. I thought that 
that was ceramic coating when I did my valves so I left it on. Somebody 
please clarify.
 	87 5kcstq
 	89 200tq
 	00 S4

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> Date: Tue, 20 Dec 2005 16:41:06 +0100
> From: "Eyvind Spangen" <200q20v at bluezone.no>
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> I'm currently doing a valve job on a MC head due to the previous owner
> bending intake valve #4 and #5 when changing the timing belt. Now, all the
> exhaust valves have rather heavy deposits, both on top and on the part into
> the combustion chamber. How can this be removed? They are rock hard too..
> -- 
> E. Spangen - Norway, Europe
> '88 100TQ
> '86 80TD

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