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    X charger slip??

    We just rebuilt my buddies x charger with riva clutch washers, viton seal and mcmaster carr spring washers. The slip is coming in at 144-146 in lbs. I thought that I read on here before that that was a good number because after a little running time it will drop down to 130-140 and that is where you want it. Can someone verify that for me. Thank you. I tried to search but cant seem to find it again.


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    Quote Originally Posted by boosted-delslow View Post
    We just rebuilt my buddies x charger with riva clutch washers, viton seal and mcmaster carr spring washers. The slip is coming in at 144-146 in lbs. I thought that I read on here before that that was a good number because after a little running time it will drop down to 130-140 and that is where you want it. Can someone verify that for me. Thank you. I tried to search but cant seem to find it again.
    If running stock ecu that will be fine.

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    Good rule of thumb, 1 ft/lb for every 1 psi of boost.
    So 12 ft/ lbs would be Good on final slip.

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    Cool it has a stock ECU. Thanks Guys!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by boosted-delslow View Post
    We just rebuilt my buddies x charger with riva clutch washers, viton seal and mcmaster carr spring washers. The slip is coming in at 144-146 in lbs. I thought that I read on here before that that was a good number because after a little running time it will drop down to 130-140 and that is where you want it. Can someone verify that for me. Thank you. I tried to search but cant seem to find it again.
    According to the manual, a new charger specs call for 89 to 150 in/lbs. Some here say they like the slip @ about 130-140 in/lbs. Therefore, your slip is perfect.

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