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    2006 RXP supercharger

    I was wondering if the 2006's still have the problem with the sc clutch wearing out? What set up is being run in the 2006 sc's


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    they still use ceramic washers. The solution is to install the new metal washers.

    http://www.4-tecperformance.com/inde...roducts_id=390

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    Jerry, How many nm are you setting your clutch to slip at with the metal washers.? I just increased mine to 14 nm.

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    9 - 10 nm

    14 is way up there. How many shims are you using to get up that high?

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    I thought they fixed the problem with the 2006's did i hear wrong? How many hours do you think you can get out of the ceramic washers? Is this is a difficult procedure? Could someone possibly show me some detailed instructions on how to do this. Any help will be highley appreaciated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ReDevilRXP
    I thought they fixed the problem with the 2006's did i hear wrong? How many hours do you think you can get out of the ceramic washers? Is this is a difficult procedure?
    they made the ceramics thicker and upgraded the shaft. ceramics could fail at any time. its not a difficult procedure if you know how to pull a supercharger and you have the proper tools.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ReDevilRXP
    Could someone possibly show me some detailed instructions on how to do this.
    http://69.28.79.48/Instructions/rs1750_hdw_946.pdf

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    Jerry, That is with 2 shims. Book says stock 7-12 nm with ceramic washers so I thought I would try it a liitle higher with the metal ones. I hope I am not sorry.

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    I think you will be fine at 14. Were you noticing any slipping at lower settings?

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    Jerry, It was slipping between 5-7 nm. My boost was a little lower than it should be. I have not tested the higher slip point yet.

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