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    Super Charger Slip Management

    I know we all moan and groan over SC Clutch Slip, and it was one of the the reasons I went Turbo! But I thought I would make the job of getting the slip adjusted on my new RXPX just a little easier. So we all use shims, but combine those (or eliminate all together) with different size L-washers and you should be able to get your slip to whatever you want. Even allowing for a certain amount of wear. I am sure that most of you guys out there who adjust your own slip have already got some of your tricks, this is just one of mine.
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    Nice, no doubt it's a tiny bit more cost effective than the other adjustable kit out there

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    Wait... Who doesn't enjoy playing with SC slip!?!?! It's ALMOST as fun as watching needle bearings drop to the floor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RXP244 View Post
    I know we all moan and groan over SC Clutch Slip, and it was one of the the reasons I went Turbo! But I thought I would make the job of getting the slip adjusted on my new RXPX just a little easier. So we all use shims, but combine those (or eliminate all together) with different size L-washers and you should be able to get your slip to whatever you want. Even allowing for a certain amount of wear. I am sure that most of you guys out there who adjust your own slip have already got some of your tricks, this is just one of mine.
    A collar kit like that would be an awesome addition to the Scer kit......I would definatly invest in a couple..

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    Where do you buy just the collars?

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    Excellent tip.

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    Shaving the collars isnt something new,we have been sanding/shaving collars for some time now,BUT to have pre set collars,now that would be the shit,As i do not like to use shims in my setups i use the collar and spring washer combos to get what i need...

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    Where do you buy just the collars?
    Yes, where did you get those collars? They are a sight to behold!!!

    Please tell

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    Quote Originally Posted by tornado34 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Glade Rider View Post
    Where do you buy just the collars?
    Yes, where did you get those collars? They are a sight to behold!!!

    Please tell
    Had my friendly local machine shop turn them out. Copied the OEM collar and had them add 0.1mm to each one from 6mm up to 6.5mm. Cost me a couple of lunches

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    Quote Originally Posted by RXP244 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by tornado34 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Glade Rider View Post
    Where do you buy just the collars?
    Yes, where did you get those collars? They are a sight to behold!!!

    Please tell
    Had my friendly local machine shop turn them out. Copied the OEM collar and had them add 0.1mm to each one from 6mm up to 6.5mm. Cost me a couple of lunches
    Id be interested in buying a couple of lunches..lol

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