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    SC torque question

    Does anybody know how many inch lb. of torque I should have on my RR SC clutch? Is 142 inch lb. OK?


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    That is almost 12 foot lbs. I think that is too high. Most RR failures I have seen were from over tightening. 8-10 foot lbs (96-120 inch lbs) seems to be the right range.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Franko
    That is almost 12 foot lbs. I think that is too high. Most RR failures I have seen were from over tightening. 8-10 foot lbs (96-120 inch lbs) seems to be the right range.
    Thanks a bunch Franko. Mark U. just called me and told me the exact same thing.

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    How many foot lbs. are right for a stock rxp clutch?

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    6 to 8 ft. lbs on a stocker

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    how many inch lbs is that for the stockers? (writing this all down)lol

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    1 ft lb = 12 inch lbs

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    I ordered a new stock SC and I checked mine before installing, it slips at 9 NM, my heavy duty clutch SC slips at 10 NM.

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    NM=____inch lbs?

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    1 newton meters = 8.85074579 inch pounds

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