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    Supercharger Slip Spring Washer Spacers

    Hey guys. I have a batch of these spacers being made right now and should be ready in about 2-3 weeks. The spacers go on the sc shaft between the nut and the spring washer. They adjust the spring tension like a shim or instead of a shim. The old spacers used to be around 6.8 or 7.0 thick. Once seadoo went with the thin ones at 6.0 now people have less slip when setting up chargers and need to add shims. These will allow you to adjust the spring tension like never before.

    Here is a thread discussing them and the person that came up with it:
    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/showthread.php?t=214254

    They are precision CNC machined from a medium carbon steel used to make gears and shafts instead of a cheap low carbon steel.

    Here are the links for those interested. Not alot of kits available so dont wait too long.

    6.1-6.3 Collars for guys that bought the 6.4 and higher kit before.
    http://speedfreakcnc.com/product/sup...r-set-6-1-6-3/

    6.1-6.8 Collars for guys that want from stock to fully locked (or really high slip depending on setup)
    http://speedfreakcnc.com/product/sup...r-set-6-1-6-8/

    6.9-7.2 Collars for guys with pre 08 setups or odd layouts
    http://speedfreakcnc.com/product/sup...r-set-6-9-7-2/

    Thanks, Nick
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    Want! Will be waiting patiently.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Speed_Freak_039A View Post
    Hey guys. I have a batch of these spacers being made right now and should be ready in about 2-3 weeks. The spacers go on the sc shaft between the nut and the spring washer. They adjust the spring tension like a shim or instead of a shim. The old spacers used to be around 6.8 or 7.0 thick. Once seadoo went with the thin ones at 6.0 now people have less slip when setting up chargers and need to add shims. These will allow you to adjust the spring tension like never before.

    Here is a thread discussing them and the person that came up with it:
    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/showthread.php?t=214254

    I will be selling them in 2 kits:

    1st will include sizes:
    6.9, 7.0, 7.1, 7.2
    $25.99 Shipped US (International is extra)

    2nd kit will include
    6.4, 6.5, 6.6, 6.7 and 6.8
    $28.99 Shipped US (International is extra).

    They are precision CNC machined from a medium carbon steel used to make gears and shafts instead of a cheap low carbon steel.
    Beat me to it. Good job!

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    I just got the spacers in today. I will test them to make sure they work before I sell them to you guys. Shouldn't be more than a few days before I get to it. They are even laser engraved so you know what size it which
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    OK guys. Snoman and I did some testing on these.

    Testing was done with the following configuration for the most popular setup:
    OEM 2008+ Clutches
    OEM 2008 (6.0 Collar)
    OEM 2008+ Spring Washers (Stock Configuration)

    Slip was at 80 in lbs.
    With my aftemarket collars slip went to:
    6.4mm collar 100 in lbs
    6.5mm collar 123 in lbs
    6.6mm collar 146 in lbs
    6.7mm collar No slip. Locked the washers up.

    Now there are MANY variables that can affect the slip and how far you can go with the collars before they lock up and what effect your going to get such as aftermarket or oem clutches, mcmaster or oem spring washers, how worn your clutches or weak your spring washers are, and also if you have oem spring washers it depends if you have 2008+ thicker ones or the older thinner ones.

    So I would recommend the smaller kit for most all installations 2008+. And the bigger kit for older setups with the thinner spring washers and older 7mm collars. Like I said there are many variable and many different results that's going to happen from these.

    In the future if these sell and you guys need more I would change the collar sizes and make one kit offering 6.1-6.7, that would give you the best arrangement of sizes from little slip up to just about locking it up and your stock one would be the 6.0. And then the people that buy the smaller kit now and end up wanting 6.1-6.3 in the future they can buy those to get a complete collar set.

    Thanks, Nick
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    Has anyone received theirs and had time to test them? Also I still got a good amount of these left for those interested

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    Quote Originally Posted by Speed_Freak_039A View Post
    Has anyone received theirs and had time to test them? Also I still got a good amount of these left for those interested
    Place an order for the complete set today. Also interested in any testing.

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    Ordered combo kit.

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    Thanks for the purchases guys. Any feedback after testing would be great.

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