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    Et127 after break in

    Charger has about 20hrs since rebuild. And of that, about 7-8 hrs with the 127 wheel. What slip number should I be looking for now that all is broken in? Thing has been running flawless and awesome since install. Thanks


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    Try for 13 ft pound , as they warm up they can drop 1-2 ...

    Great drop in wheel ...

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    What was the slip at when installed 7-8 hours ago?

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    slightly off topic but did you put in a viton seal? Seems anything past 10psi will eventually leak past the stocker.

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    I would shoot for around 135 inch lbs if your spinning it 8100 and and 155 if your spinning it to 8500+....

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    about 13lb jay and will settle to 11-12 when hot that's how I had mine setup

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    Was just off 12 ft lbs when I put the wheel on. Sno, only spinning 8100. Just was not sure if you set it high with a fresh rebuild cause it drops when broken in. I guess if it's still 12 ish a shim would be to much? Whats a low ebough number before a shim is needed? As of last ride, all was working very well. 10.5 psi at 8100 with great pull. I might be one of those lucky ones to hit 80 on a stock tune.

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    Quote Originally Posted by greenbullet View Post
    about 13lb jay and will settle to 11-12 when hot that's how I had mine setup
    Thanks kev

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    jay we ride mostly flat water.. my 127.. 137 and now 140 don't loose that much slip once set .. all within .5 lb of what it was set at

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    Quote Originally Posted by RXPJAY View Post
    Was just off 12 ft lbs when I put the wheel on. Sno, only spinning 8100. Just was not sure if you set it high with a fresh rebuild cause it drops when broken in. I guess if it's still 12 ish a shim would be to much? Whats a low ebough number before a shim is needed? As of last ride, all was working very well. 10.5 psi at 8100 with great pull. I might be one of those lucky ones to hit 80 on a stock tune.
    need to get a plate on there and do some grate work with the plate and maker real loose and we will see but it looks promising...

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