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    How to check Slip???

    Ok guys I went through the How To section with no luck and anyone please tell me the easy way to check slip on the supercharger, I know u have to pull it out to do this.


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    Quote Originally Posted by JonnyRXT View Post
    Ok guys I went through the How To section with no luck and anyone please tell me the easy way to check slip on the supercharger, I know u have to pull it out to do this.
    http://greenhulk.net/forums/showthread.php?t=15971this should help

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    Mods, feel free to move this in the how-to's...

    Remove supercharger. Place supercharger in box with plenty of padding. Seal the box with tape. Mail to Jerry.

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    LOL but I dont want to have to do that 10 hours after I put it on. I just got the charger from seadoo and dont know if I should beat the balls off of it right away or break it in for a tank of gas or so and then have to send it out already that will kill me since the other charger is all apart.

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    Good question. I was wondering if there was some way to check it directly. I guess what this says as a summary is that you ensure the correct slip by making sure the components are all within tolerance, right????

    So, the big deal with the torque wrench is getting the nut torqued just right so you don't adversely affect the slip moment of the assembly. Are you guys using something better than a Craftsman in-lb torque wrench?

    I would send to Jerry if there was anything significant with the charger, but I want to do my own maintenance on most things.

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    First thngs first.

    Buy the correct tools, PERIOD!

    SCer mounting plate, SCer gear holding tool, and GOOD quality dial type torq wrench.

    You first place the SCer in the mounting plate, then you place the gear holding tool around gear. Then you take your Torq wrench and by holding the gear still you turn your torq wrench on the impeller nut in a counter clockwise motion to read the slip. Check slip with some oil applied. Not dry.
    There you go.
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    Austin, what kind of dial torque wrench is that? I need to get one soon, I was looking a stanley protos.

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    Mine is actually a Mac Tools Wrench. Just check to make sure it is a 1 or 2% accuracy.

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    is there no trick way to do this on the ski??
    pipe wrench on the driveshaft??

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    Quote Originally Posted by lextoy View Post
    is there no trick way to do this on the ski??
    pipe wrench on the driveshaft??
    Yes you can lock the cam with a pin.

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