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overhead valve sprin compressor question

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It will work fine as long as there is enough room around the valve spring to allow access for the tool. I have one of those tools, and they are fairly limited because of clearance issues. Some cylinder heads have the valve springs recessed into a cavity, and you can't fit the tool in. I have no idea how much room there is on your xl600.

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