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    problems with slip on a x charger

    I put a brand new seadoo rebuild kit in for a 08 x charger anf only got 95 inch lbs. No matter what different ways I stacked them. I used the speed freaks machined collar 6.4 and got 225inch lbs can I run it with the 225inch lbs numbers. Want to ride tomorrow. Thanks. I will put on my et 137x4 later.


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    Finally got it to 155 inch lbs

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    95 in. lbs. is normal for a new x charger right out of the box.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jim View Post
    95 in. lbs. is normal for a new x charger right out of the box.
    yup...BUT that is not the right slip for an X charger....Slip should be pre loaded to 145 inch lbs with a break in settling at around 130-135 inch lbs

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    that 155 will break-in to around 140ish after a few hours. 95 is too low for a new clutch IMO, you'll end up at 87-90 in/lb or 7.5ft/lb...No Bueno.

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    Sno, I was writing my post when you did yours.. Those spring washers are a joke. You need 2 shims and a lucky stack to get the proper slip to last

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    Exactly Jim.....I have had some that have worked out fine with re-arrangment, and others i couldnt get to save my life...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snoman View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by jim View Post
    95 in. lbs. is normal for a new x charger right out of the box.
    yup...BUT that is not the right slip for an X charger....Slip should be pre loaded to 145 inch lbs with a break in settling at around 130-135 inch lbs

    Jerry rebuilt mine and it settled at 100 inch lbs after 10 hrs, is that ok?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BEECHFRONT View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Snoman View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by jim View Post
    95 in. lbs. is normal for a new x charger right out of the box.
    yup...BUT that is not the right slip for an X charger....Slip should be pre loaded to 145 inch lbs with a break in settling at around 130-135 inch lbs

    Jerry rebuilt mine and it settled at 100 inch lbs after 10 hrs, is that ok?
    Like Sno and ou said, I like mine to be around 135.

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