Burned Valve Causes

Do you have a burned valve in your cylinder head? Let’s consider some potential causes—engine overheating, incorrect seal fitting, and carbon deposits could each be to blame. Maybe your exhaust valves are under extreme stress? Or the conduction at the valve head is off? Perhaps the dissipation of heat is functioning at an improper rate? There could be more air than fuel in the mix—or the air could be so hot that it causes the valve to burn or corrode inside. Clearly, this is an engine design concern. Utilizing LEJ proprietary materials and engine design process could fix or prevent it on the front end. Our experts see this every day and are well prepared to handle it.

 

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