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    This is how I run a jetski shop in the desert nmpeter's Avatar
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    I’ve had to a rubber hammer to help them in now and then

    The tolerance in the pto is tight. Good reason to spray lube in that area during winterizing

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    Just wiggle it around and it should slide out. Make sure you are not hitting the waterbox.
    2015 GTR 215

    Trying to pull the SC and it is hitting the drive-line cover at the bottom. Do I have to remove that to get it out?

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    In this case likely you will

    The manual mentions possible sc interference if the pto bearing isn’t installed “just right”

    You might be able to nudge it out of the way depending

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    Another one sent for rebuild! I know its being taken care of!

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    Sending my x-charger in for her first rebuild Jerry. Order Number 53272




    Bought 8/2018, 167HRS. I feel like it's slipping at high speeds 60+. Ive lost 200-300 rpms,but dont know if its just the hot weather or combination of both. At least it looks like all the pieces are still intact. Click image for larger version. 

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    Quote Originally Posted by Night-Rida View Post
    least it looks like all the pieces are still intact.
    Thanks for your order!
    Yes, your clutch washers are still intact

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    Supercharger Rebuild

    I havent been on here in a while so Im out of the loop. How did you end up at HP? Are you handling HP and AMP now? Does HP still have the GP track?


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    Hello Everyone!

    Just bought a 2008 Seadoo RXP-X this week with 97 hours. has solas prop, rice free lfow exhaust and riva intake grate.

    This is my first ski, the seller told my the supercharger doesnt have to be rebuilt until 200 hours because it has metal compared the ceramic parts in odler skis.

    However, my first time out, ski hit 100 hours and supercharger maintenance light came on.

    Am i good? or should i be getting this thing serviced?

    Thanks!

    Stephen

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    the service interval is every TWO years or 100 hours

    I'd be wary as no tech was used to reset the supercharger service timer, which puts the alert up every 100 hours

    find a competent shop that has a code reader, have them due a clutch slip check at minimum. You can also get them to read on the rpm ranges the engine was run at, lots of minutes over the redline would tell me that the charger should be serviced immediate. The bearing cages are still made of plastic and start the death march once they are exposed to contaminants in the engine oil

    you're riding a razor by taking the sellers word for anything here.

    If the bearings fail, there's a good chance you lose the engine

    you'll find plenty of info here.

    BTW, I use the forum moderator to rebuild all of my superchargers.

    if you have moderate mechanical experience you can remove the charger yourself and save yourself a few hundred over a shop charges by sending it out.

    Jerry's price is very fair considering his considerable expertise.

    Only a Seadoo OEm kit should be used. Don't bother using an aftermarket kit, it's a false econcomy

    Matter of fact I just pulled two chargers out for service this week

    http://greenhulk.net/forums/showthread.php?t=146938

    oh yeah..welcome aboard GH!


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