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While I was in fliping the baffel around in the valve cover I noticed that several of the roller rockers were alittle loose. (I could rattle them with my hand slightly) While the others were tight. I just had the valves adjusted. should I snug these up lightly? The car has solid lifters ect if that matters.
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No. Leave the adj. the way it is. With a solid set up, there has to
be clearance in the system. The ones that are tight are
the ones that have the lifter somewhere on lobe of the cam.

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How come I can see a white helmet on the right side of your car?

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That's turn 4 at Laguna Seca and the scared to death person is our
friend Katie. She loves Mustangs and wanted to go for a ride. We
do the opentrack events with the Shelby Club here in Calif. After the
ride she said she still loved Mustangs, but didn't want to go 120mph in
one ever again. She had a great time all day looking at the cars in the
paddock. Some people like going fast and some don't. We run a video
camera in the car and I gave her a copy of her ride. She took it to work
and showed all her co-workers. Now they all want a ride too.

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