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    shimming sc

    I have a 2007 rxt with zero hours on it and i'm putting in a set of riva washers with stock spring washers, what should the sc slip be at with this setup.

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    not sure but i think for every pound of boost is what the slip should be

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    OEM spec is 90 inch lbs.I would go with 100-110 inch lbs of slip..

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    If you haven't already, check out Jerry's post here:


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    shimming sc

    Thanks Snoman this is my first sc craft, you said 100-110in/lbs is that because it will come down after a few hr's. What about the oil just on the washers and the spring washers, i quess turning the charger counter clockwise keeps from backing off the compressor wheel nut.

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    Quote Originally Posted by coopersst View Post
    Thanks Snoman this is my first sc craft, you said 100-110in/lbs is that because it will come down after a few hr's. What about the oil just on the washers and the spring washers, i quess turning the charger counter clockwise keeps from backing off the compressor wheel nut.

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    Ya i set it a tiny bit higher do to the break in..as it breaks in and goes through a couple of heat cycles the slip will drop slightly..Also when i check my slip the clutch assembly is wet..I soak it completely with oil and then check and set the slip..

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    my sc starts to slip when the wrench is at 14ft lbs, sound about right?
    at 13ft lbs the wrench will click and only slip if i keep turning after the click

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    Quote Originally Posted by coopersst View Post
    I have a 2007 rxt with zero hours on it and i'm putting in a set of riva washers with stock spring washers, what should the sc slip be at with this setup.

    Thanks.
    Coop,

    JUst a suggestion, but I would go ahead & replace the stock spring washers with Mcmasters washers while you have it apart. If not now, then at some point I would do it. Good luck.

    Doug

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