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    Supercharger slip

    Hey just looking for a little explanation of supercharger slip and how to adjust it.. I've read most threads that have come up in the searches on how to find what your slip is... And I've got that but... Lets say u come up low on slip what is the procedure to adjust the slip?


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    add shims or better spring washers to put more tension on the clutches.

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    basically when your going full speed and you let off the throttle the air is not being used and this makes for a lot of pressure between the throttle body and supercharger.
    The clutch lets the wheel spin slower than the shaft so It wont blow anything up.

    Without the clutch the shaft would snap.

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    Perfect thanks

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