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    Et 127 install

    Need some help before I install. My charger has about 28hrs on it. So can I just take the front cover off and pull the wheel nut, install new wheel. Tq and install?


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    Yes

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    Reset slip to 13lb cold charger so when hot will settle to 11-12lb slip

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    Let me know if you need help with the slip. Checked mine at about 30hrs and it was down. Tried a bunch of spring washer configs to finally find one that came out well. Can send you what config I used.

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    Quote Originally Posted by greenbullet View Post
    Reset slip to 13lb cold charger so when hot will settle to 11-12lb slip
    Is it possible to torque clutch bolt more than factory spec and get a little higher slip ? Or will it have to be done with aftermarket washers ? I'm about 13-14 was hoping for 15. Since we are on the subject ...

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    I would not torque the factory bolt more than spec . 15 for slip is a little high for this charger. I have a spare charger that's junk that I use to try different slip configs but one thing you have to consider is that you should check all washers thickness before you use. Some seem to be a little difference in thickness than others so whatever works to get that slip is what you need

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    Quote Originally Posted by kensmith View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by greenbullet View Post
    Reset slip to 13lb cold charger so when hot will settle to 11-12lb slip
    Is it possible to torque clutch bolt more than factory spec and get a little higher slip ? Or will it have to be done with aftermarket washers ? I'm about 13-14 was hoping for 15. Since we are on the subject ...
    Simple answer, No, the Nut is as far as it can go because of the collar, once tight, its bottomed, adding any more turns will net no more. Washers/shims are the only way.

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    Sno gave me a bunch of different spring washer set ups. Tried a coupld til the slip was right. Would do that before adding any shims.

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    How fast should I go with this wheel and 15/20 prop? Only mod is riva intake

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    Riva air intake? It's not that great. 4" air, 127 wheel and 42's, 72-74ish pending other factors.

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