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    checking slip moment

    im trying to check the slip on my sc after i rotate it completely do i take the measurement wen its the hardest to turn?


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    Quote Originally Posted by mr. t View Post
    im trying to check the slip on my sc after i rotate it completely do i take the measurement wen its the hardest to turn?
    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/show...ercharger-Slip

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    lol im lost there. just use a tork wrench and start it at a lb that u want if it clicks u are holding at least that much slip

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    Have u removed the supercharger?

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    no i just noticed after acomplete rotation when i get ready to check torque it has a certain amount of tension then another 1/4 turn and it tightens more is that when i check hope that makes sense thanks

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    if your not going to take out supercharger to check slip u should stick a broom in the prop and dont let it turn then check it. but i allways take it out to check the right way

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    Quote Originally Posted by mr. t View Post
    no i just noticed after acomplete rotation when i get ready to check torque it has a certain amount of tension then another 1/4 turn and it tightens more is that when i check hope that makes sense thanks
    Tension should be steady once you make a complete rotation. Be sure the engine is locked by either using the broom in the prop method or locking the cam or crank. It shouldnt start slipping and then get harder to slip. If this is the case and the engine is locked I would pull the charger to inspect the washers for dammaged, cracked, or missing peices before starting.

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    once i got the full rotation i clicked at about 9 n/ms. i think becuase it is still in the ski its hard to keep constant preasure on it while rotating. if that makes sence im sorry im still learning

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    Quote Originally Posted by mr. t View Post
    once i got the full rotation i clicked at about 9 n/ms. i think becuase it is still in the ski its hard to keep constant preasure on it while rotating. if that makes sence im sorry im still learning
    Are you locking the engine so it can not turn?

    You should pull the charger and check it properly if your unsure. It isn't hard to pull the charger, then you can be sure of what the slip moment actually is.

    What ski do you own? That slip moment seems a little low, if you own an X, its way too low.

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    05 gtx 185hp the manual says between 5 @10 nms

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