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    RXPX SC Question

    I have a RXPX SC on a 2005 RXP motor. Do I need an oil sprayer to be added to my motor to help keep the SC alive? What about as i step up the boost with this SC like an ET drop in wheel/spacer?


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    Ran an 09 X charger on my 07 RXT all summer with not problems, then added the Riva X pro upgrade wheel and housing, still no issues, but i do recommend ditching the stock metal washers for a set of Riva's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lvnspeed View Post
    I have a RXPX SC on a 2005 RXP motor. Do I need an oil sprayer to be added to my motor to help keep the SC alive? What about as i step up the boost with this SC like an ET drop in wheel/spacer?
    It definitely wouldn't hurt a bit... and it's cheap and fairly easy to install the oil jet. I'm about to add one to my 05, along with the upgraded flywheel bolts. The cost for the oil jet parts is $40 bucks, and that's including a new pto cover gasket. The upgraded flywheel bolts are another $11 bucks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JonnyRXT View Post
    Ran an 09 X charger on my 07 RXT all summer with not problems, then added the Riva X pro upgrade wheel and housing, still no issues, but i do recommend ditching the stock metal washers for a set of Riva's.

    have there been many problems with the stock metal washers? i don't really recall reading about many problems with these.

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    thought everyone was blocking the extra oil passage because oil blows by the seal on some?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GTXX View Post
    thought everyone was blocking the extra oil passage because oil blows by the seal on some?
    Thats for the front bearing... the jet is for the clutch.

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    Ok just so I have this right I need to fill the hole in the SC and put the oil sprayer to help save the clutches?

    Anyone done a "How to"

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    I was reading this in Reid's mega post... He mentioned this as one of the key ingredients to keeping the clutch slip setting.

    I wasn't clear on whether or not the 08 P-X has this OEM or not???

    If so, you could look at a parts fiche for a lot of help...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lvnspeed View Post
    Ok just so I have this right I need to fill the hole in the SC and put the oil sprayer to help save the clutches?

    Anyone done a "How to"
    You do not need to plug the oil hole unless you are leaking oil into the sc. I've used 3 xchargers and left the hole as is on all of them without issue. Oil sprayer is a good idea but not mandatory.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pdxrealtor View Post
    I was reading this in Reid's mega post... He mentioned this as one of the key ingredients to keeping the clutch slip setting.

    I wasn't clear on whether or not the 08 P-X has this OEM or not???

    If so, you could look at a parts fiche for a lot of help...
    All 08 and up 215 & 255's have the jet from the factory.

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