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    s/c slip

    i know its posted on here somewhere because i have seen but ive searched for the last 30 min. and cant find it. ive got a stage 3 charger that was bought from a board member with about 20 hrs on it an my ski will not turn a 14/19 to 8100 or even close turns about 7940 or so from what ive read with my mods (in sig) i should b all over 8100 correct? any way was wanting to check sc slip an need to know what it should b. also can you check the slip with it installed or need to come out an use a holder?


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    you can check it with the valve cover off and lock the camshaft. you should be at least 10NM to pull full boost.
    also considering you still have stock intercooler you can leave the stock injectors in there

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    ok ill try that. you think ill pick up some rpms from the smaller injectors? every1 i talked to said i needed the damn things

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    actually im wrong about that, keep the 42s. now it's gotta be the charger. also don't forget that heat and humidity can rob you 100-200rpm, nevertheless i still think you need to check slip

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    ok if 10nm is least what is max?

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    You can also lock the drivesaft and then check the slip

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    Quote Originally Posted by ANASTY View Post
    ok if 10nm is least what is max?
    Hey Bro,

    I recommend you spend more time in the forum searching for a go anwser from members with a little bitt of more experience in this subject. If you have a stage 3 Sc you boosting around 9-10psi @ 8100rpm. So your slip movement would be around 10-11 ft./lbs. or 120 in./lbs. Also not always your loss of rpm's has to be your Sc. First check for boost leaks with soap and water make sure your air connections clamps are tie.

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    yea ive checked for boost leaks. is anybody havin any problems with the riva bov leaking? its the plastic one.

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    Re: s/c slip

    Quote Originally Posted by ANASTY View Post
    yea ive checked for boost leaks. is anybody havin any problems with the riva bov leaking? its the plastic one.
    I have seen reports here of them leaking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ANASTY View Post
    yea ive checked for boost leaks. is anybody havin any problems with the riva bov leaking? its the plastic one.
    Get it out and block it! You don't need a BOV with your setup.

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