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    Doel Tiburon1264's Avatar
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    Need help with slip on a 2Rude Sc.

    Hi Guy's,

    I need some input on the "slip" for a 2Rude Sc. Please! Need to know the magic number. I would appreciate all the input send.

    Thank's

    Doel


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    Doel,

    I set mine up for 16-18 ft/lb using the McMasters spring tension washers ( they hold better than stock). You will need a torque wrench that goes this high.

    Doug

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    Quote Originally Posted by Poppa Dawg View Post
    Doel,

    I set mine up for 16-18 ft/lb using the McMasters spring tension washers ( they hold better than stock). You will need a torque wrench that goes this high.

    Doug
    Thanks Doug,

    I think the torque tool you selling won't work for my Sc right. I appreciate your input on the Sc slip and respond about the tool.

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    What's it slipping at now, Doel??

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    Quote Originally Posted by lafjax View Post
    What's it slipping at now, Doel??
    Hi Mr. Larry,

    The last time check was 16.0ft./lb. I left a message on your phone did you got it.

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    I thought you had the slip done right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blue Thunder View Post
    I thought you had the slip done right.
    I thought that too my friend. I just want to collect some data form the forum guy's. As you read, I can go up to 18ft/lbs. Thats the data, I am trying to collect from the forum.

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    Rule of thumb

    The rule of thumb is one lb of slip per lb of boost.

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    180in. lbs. Is were you want to start. I just did 2 of them and Nils said 180 is good. I only needed 1 Mc.. Washer for each SCer as they hold that well IMO.

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    16lbs will hold for a stock ECU and 2Rude. Thought you had a 3Rude.

    Really like the SS McMaster spring washers with the heat generated by these large displacement chargers.

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