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    Cool Belleville washer for super chargers

    not up on what you all are using for slip clutch on S/C but ran into these
    http://www.asraymond.com/spec/family...D82A506CBEA%7D

    looked interesting

    later cd


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    Quote Originally Posted by chip View Post
    not up on what you all are using for slip clutch on S/C but ran into these
    http://www.asraymond.com/spec/family...D82A506CBEA%7D

    looked interesting

    later cd
    Intresting If they could keep me at 15 #'s of slip I would walk like a dog and wear a toto

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex13 View Post
    Intresting If they could keep me at 15 #'s of slip I would walk like a dog and wear a toto
    Someone get Alex at 15 pounds...I have to see this

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    Check out this thread..This might help you....

    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/show...clutch+washers


    These are the washers we are currently using..Be carefull though cause they are tight..

    You can get all the belleville (spring washer) you want from McMasters- Carr in high carbon , stainless or inconel for half the price. We at Noble Racing use the stainless and have'nt had to change washer in a full season of racing. Stainless #96475k278 pkg of 6--$9.76. They will with stand 900 degree's before they loose any strength or loose tension. Hope this helps.

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    I ran 15 hours with no change in slip (150 in lbs) with the washers that Snoman is referring to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dhoad View Post
    I ran 15 hours with no change in slip (150 in lbs) with the washers that Snoman is referring to.

    Thats with the ET-137 wheel too if im not mistaking..

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