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    2005 RXP Rebuild

    So I purchased this 2005 RXP today. The ski is in great physical condition, however it had a supercharger failure.

    I知 thinking I should put two new oil pumps on it, flush the oil a couple times and put a new Supercharger on it.

    This will just be a rec ski, no insane riding just cruising. If the motor blows I値l just put a new one in.Click image for larger version. 

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    Is the motor still intact? Or are you going to crack it open anyway

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    Quote Originally Posted by ranga97 View Post
    Is the motor still intact? Or are you going to crack it open anyway
    He needs to pull it to take the PTO cover off to replace the oil pump so i'd say he will get a good look at anything wrong except the main bearings. If you are going that far, just flip the motor over and take a look at em... if they look good slap the bottom back on and be on your way!

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    If I have to split the cases / go much further then removing the PTO I値l have to take it to a pro to check it over. I値l have to see what this costs

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    Engines just about ready to be pulled.


    - Exhaust Removed
    -Coolant Drained, hoses removed
    -Wiring harness disconnected, and tagged
    -Pump Removed
    -Driveshaft removed, that was fun lol.

    Now I just need to Un-Do the motor mounts. Going to the shop and I知 going to use a engine lift to lift it out. Then I知 going to remove the PTO, and go from there.

    If I find damage I知 going to rebuild oil pumps, or possibly replace PTO. And split the cases and clean it up with brake cleaner.

    I know I need the double gear flywheel as it appears a tad chewed from the gear breaking off.

    Also going to order a X-Charger + 42痴. Will most likely to a prop and intake while I知 at it.

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    Engines out

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    what am i hearing about bad hollow valves ?

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