It wouldn’t pull it out. I’m assuming the the valve stem is still in the head. Either the valve head snapped off of it’s stem or the timing was way off and they hit each other. Hard to tell which one it was in the pic since the result looks the same. Once you take the head apart, see if that valve’s guide is messed up or the stem is bent. That should tell you which one it was. If the valve head snapped (not from piston contact) then the guide shouldn’t show much in the way of damage.
If the entire valve fell out, it would be the keeper that failed.
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Last edited by jetmech25; 06-25-2019 at 11:42 PM.