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    New S/C got put on! just got a quick question?

    I got a new S/C under warranty and i was wondering is there a breakin time period on these or do you just bolt it on and go!!


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    personally I would go a bit easy, warm it up good, ride around normally so you can atleast seat the washers before you slam the throttle wide open...PR...

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    Good advice PR. Better advice would be to put in steel steel washers. Ceramics can go at any time. My last ceramics (RR heavy duty ones) lasted 1 hour and 20 minutes. How lucky do you feel?

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    Quote Originally Posted by NeverEndn View Post
    I got a new S/C under warranty and i was wondering is there a breakin time period on these or do you just bolt it on and go!!
    did the dealer say they were ceramic? and why did u need a new sc? did the last one go?

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    Save yourself the hastle and get metal washers. Good lord!!! how many times must it be said!!!!

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    I see in his sig he has ceramic bearings and washers!? is this in the new SC?...PR...

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    Quote Originally Posted by NeverEndn View Post
    I got a new S/C under warranty and i was wondering is there a breakin time period on these or do you just bolt it on and go!!
    what do you mean by ss washers in your signature? ill seee it tomoz im off to bed

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    LOL!! sorry i forgot to mention yes metal washers will be going in, thats a given!!!, the reason i needed a new one was because i had a ceramic hybrid bearing failure due to either faulty installation or bad bearing or other reasons!! who knows but either way it needed a new S/C and well it was warrantied. Then i also already had metal washers in. Anyways thanks guys

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    if your last s/c failed, you need a engine rebuild, lots of damage occurs from a s/c failing. dont just slap a new s/c on unit. its under emissions warranty to get a rebuild.

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