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    SNAP-ON dial torque wrench....

    Just won this on ebay for the equivalent of $50.00.

    It measures 0-75 inch pounds.

    Is this ok for measuring slip moment on the SC?

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    Grant



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    not sure but i was the IDIOT that bought the Snap On Tech FR100 Digital ft in lb torque wrench for 375.00 if it does work! good luck!

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    You really need one that goes to 200 in. lbs. Your slip needs to be around 100 in. lbs. I try to keep mine between 100 and 125 in. lbs.

    Scott

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scotty View Post
    You really need one that goes to 200 in. lbs. Your slip needs to be around 100 in. lbs. I try to keep mine between 100 and 125 in. lbs.

    Scott
    Are these in. lbs specs in the manual? My stealer keeps my clutch at around 88. Is that too low?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sstaino View Post
    Are these in. lbs specs in the manual? My stealer keeps my clutch at around 88. Is that too low?
    I don't know what the minimum number is in the manual but I think the max. number is 109 in. lbs. I think when you get down around 50 or 60 in. lbs. you would notice performance loss especially with higher boost SC's

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    Thas a good price either way. I am a car machanic and have htat wrench. around 235-250 dollars new.

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    I bought the same one last year for $400.00

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    definately a kickass wrench fellas!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sstaino View Post
    Are these in. lbs specs in the manual? My stealer keeps my clutch at around 88. Is that too low?
    If you are at 88, don't touch a thing. Anything between 90 - 100 is just about perfect, so, you are right along the line. You start getting aorund the mid 60's, it is time to shim or replace some spring washers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by REID2168 View Post
    not sure but i was the IDIOT that bought the Snap On Tech FR100 Digital ft in lb torque wrench for 375.00 if it does work! good luck!
    I bought the same one a while back and paid a little less, but, imo, worth every dollar..

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