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    S/C SLIP

    Is 109 IN/LBS a good number for a stock 06 RXT with brand new Riva washers and new needle bearings PLUS ONE SHIM ???????????? Or should I try to get it closer to 120 IN/LBS ???????? Please respond anyone ?


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    Quote Originally Posted by ERICG1 View Post
    Is 109 IN/LBS a good number for a stock 06 RXT with brand new Riva washers and new needle bearings PLUS ONE SHIM ???????????? Or should I try to get it closer to 120 IN/LBS ???????? Please respond anyone ?

    that should be ok. just be sure to recheck after about 10 hours of use.
    be sure to change those bearings too, dont want to have to go fishing for little balls.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ERICG1 View Post
    Is 109 IN/LBS a good number for a stock 06 RXT with brand new Riva washers and new needle bearings PLUS ONE SHIM ???????????? Or should I try to get it closer to 120 IN/LBS ???????? Please respond anyone ?
    109inch lbs is perfect..OEM spec is 90 inch lbs..Like Diggs said..Recheck it after 10 hour break in..It should drop slightly.But that is normal.

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    What effort lbs to make on rxpx riva supercharger whells?

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    Me personally,I would set the slip up between 120 and 130 inch lbs..

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    Around 120 inch-pounds should do it!!

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    How many Newton Meters??? 30Nm??? 35?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pablo700 View Post
    How many Newton Meters??? 30Nm??? 35?
    90 inch pounds is 10.2 NM
    109 inch pounds is 12.3 NM
    120 inch pounds is 13.6 NM

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    Stock charger riva whell how many Newton Meters effort???

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