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    Supercharger slip

    What should the slip be on a healthy 215 and 255/260 charger?


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    80-100in lb

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    Quote Originally Posted by SeadooTech View Post
    80-100in lb
    Is this for the 215? Or the. 255/260?

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    New they are 100in.lbs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Water4fire View Post
    New they are 100in.lbs.
    What about the x/255/260?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pyro View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Water4fire View Post
    New they are 100in.lbs.
    What about the x/255/260?
    100in.lbs. I have put in about 25 New XSCer's for me and friends and they are all around 100.

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    Me personally I would set the X charger up to 144 inch lbs...but that's just me....

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    So, if I buy the tools to hold the charger, gear, etc in order to check slip and I find it on the low side...can I reset it to the proper torque with my torque wrench or will I have to shim it/play with the washers to get the slip "reset"? Thanks in advance.

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    You will have to shim/play with spring washer configurations and possibly even play with shaving the L collar in certain instances.....No matter how much you torque the nut to it will NOT change the slip setting..

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