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Very long shot. Piston to valve clearance.

Discussion in '1994-2004 V6 Mustang Tech' started by Edward S, Mar 20, 2020.

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    Well as it says anybody happen to stumble across this info at any point. im trying to search the web for it and having no luck
     
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    Disregard found my answer.
     
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    Maybe you could tell us then?
     
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    I read what had to 5-6 different sites for info as to what IM looking into, and found that you can mill heads quite far on these without the valves talking to your pistons.. but the problem I ran into in most of the posts was misalignments happening with components after you mill past .030, the heads can apparently be milled UP to .050 but highly not recommended. That's where ill leave my research. The guys post on this forum is where I found the pertinent info to do the math to get the other numbers.