Joined: Sep 2008
From: Portland, Or
I Ride: 2008 CBR1000RR, 2000 ZX9r sold
Well it's probably a little involved for me to try to explain on here, but a good manual could probably walk you through the process. I would just add that you want both surfaces, head and top of cylinders very clean, and dry. And while you have the head off have someone throw a straight edge on it to make sure it isn't warped.
Oh, and if the 93 engine you picked up dropped a valve, I hope the valve didn't hit the piston.
Sir Flower Child, Welcome Wagon Howdy Whore of ZXF
I much prefer being on 2 wheels, more maneuverable and quicker than the pack so I can snake through the stupid. --Shifty1
So EZ, a caveman can do it.