I include Slit in the Wide Crack Tour to emphasize it is perfectly acceptable to use face holds, and adjoining features, to overcome the wide crack portions of a climb.
This climb resides in a small, obscure alcove on the SW side of the crag, just beyond the parking area. Scramble around in the boulders until you find a small grouping of cracks in a hidden opening.
Slit takes the wide chimney at the right end of the alcove to a stretch of offwidth climbing. It is a short climb, and it is possible to use holds off to the right. But the OW section may require some technique, in which case remember the fundamentals: feet and legs power the wide crack machine, while arms serve to secure the progress gained.
I like this climb, but am not sure why. It is short, a bit chossy, and not all that classic, but if you feel compelled to climb all the moderate wide cracks on the Nautilus, here ya go.
You can weasel in a very tipped out #5 (old style) Camalot early on the chimney, otherwise it]s #3 Bigbro until the last 5 feet of the chimney, where you can get a pretty good #4 Bigbro. Beyond that, doubles in #4.5 and 5 Camalots (old style) or #5 and 6 Friends will see you to the top in style. Mind you, when I first led it, I had a #4 (old style), #5 (new style) and #5 (old style) Camalot and did it just fine. You probably won't die with a light wide rack.