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    39hrs 89in.lbs. slip

    alright alright i've been a bad boy, this is the first time i've checked my slip since my 10hr break in. i have a boost gague i watch and it always stays 10lbs or more at 8100. 89in. lbs is well within specs, according to seadoo for a broke in charger, just curious what others would do? continue to watch it, add some shims or mcmasters....


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike H View Post
    alright alright i've been a bad boy, this is the first time i've checked my slip since my 10hr break in. i have a boost gague i watch and it always stays 10lbs or more at 8100. 89in. lbs is well within specs, according to seadoo for a broke in charger, just curious what others would do? continue to watch it, add some shims or mcmasters....
    Probably more ideal to have the slip slightly over 100in/lbs but if you are still boosting fine, i would see no reason to shim just yet..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike H View Post
    alright alright i've been a bad boy, this is the first time i've checked my slip since my 10hr break in. i have a boost gague i watch and it always stays 10lbs or more at 8100. 89in. lbs is well within specs, according to seadoo for a broke in charger, just curious what others would do? continue to watch it, add some shims or mcmasters....
    the slipmoment is absoluty fine, no need to do anything as long you have your RPM at target, for the OEM SC washer the slipmoment is allways around 90 inlb, that will last them long and you still have full performance !

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    pretty much my thoughts too, just wanted to see what others had to say. thanks guys!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike H View Post
    pretty much my thoughts too, just wanted to see what others had to say. thanks guys!
    I think i had my slip at 76 or 78inch/lbs after about 60 hours, Posted on here and Jerry said that the slip was way to low for an x charger, although it is still on the lower tolerances of the seadoo specs it was starting to affect my max rpms, so i had it rebuilt.. I think you should be good for 10 or so more hours then chuck a shim in or replace for mcmaster carr washers..

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    68-70 inch lb is also to low, thats 30% of from target slip, but we speak about 89 inch lb

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrracing View Post
    68-70 inch lb is also to low, thats 30% of from target slip, but we speak about 89 inch lb
    Who said anything about 68-70inch/lbs? I was just giving him a comparison of my slip at 60 hours.

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    I just think those goggles in ur pic are funny

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daz RXT View Post
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    I just think those goggles in ur pic are funny
    Lol they are snowboard goggles. But it beats copping liquid syringes to the eyes as you plough through chop!

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