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    SC clutch ? FOR HULK

    what kind of grease do you use for the shaft and bearing?
    isoflex is it avalible? or subistute.


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    The manual says to use the isoflex, but I never have. I just soak the parts in oil before installation. Once the engine starts and builds oil pressure the clutch is lubricated.

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    thank you that is also what i did and seems ok
    I just installed a new stock clutch and it slips at approx 5 lbs
    I want more boost but dont want the problems I was goint gi shim it but you all have shown me not reliable. we will see how my sppeds are coming this weekend

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    Krazy, it's really hard to measure the clutch slipping moment with a torque wrench. The best way is with a very accurate inch pound torque wrench. Drop the supercharger in the ski and see how she performs. If you are getting full RPM's then you are fine.

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