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    [QUOTE=LindenPWC;3029681]
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    I’ll mask off and paint the supercharger back to aluminum and spray the dampener and bearing cover with some high heat clear. By the way, it seems that the Kawi performance bolts are all 304 stainless not 316 so they are not very corossion resistant to salt water. Here are the bolts I ordered from bolt depot. They are all 316 stainless and we’re very neatly packaged and marked for easy ID


    What bolts did you replace with Stainless Steel? do you have the part numbers for the Stainless?
    I used the oem parts finder on this site to get bolt sizes and quantities needed. I’ll post a list of what i got

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    Note that the tensioner bolts are fine thread

    Exhaust
    92153 Allen head 5x10 (2)
    130 Flanged 8x120 (8 )
    130A Flanged 8x140 (2)
    130B Flanged 8x95 (5)
    130C Flanged 10x150 (1)
    92015 Nut Cap 8mm reuse
    411 Washer 8mm (17)
    411A Washer 10mm (1)


    Intercooler
    130 Flanged 6x12 (2)
    130A F 8x20 (2)
    132 F 6x18 (2)
    411 Washer 6mm (2)
    411A Washer 8mm (2)
    92150 Regular 6x18 (4)
    92153 F 6x25 (40)
    92153A F 6x110 (2)


    Supercharger/Tensioner
    130 F 10x14 (1) hs
    130A F 10x30 (4) high strength
    130B F 10x40 (2) high strength
    10mm washers lock and regular


    Intake
    8x120 3
    6x50 2
    8x30 4
    8x55 4
    Washer 8mm 11


    Magneto
    6x25 10
    8x40 4
    8x60 3
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    I got all the bolts at bolt depot in 316 stainless. They didnít have all the sizes in flanged bolts so I used lock washers and regular washers on all the bolts

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    I ended up getting the kp ss boot kit for the supercharger because i was concerned about having the right sizes dampener bolts and washer thickness. Ultimately you could just grab some from fastenal. They are fairly generic aside from the thick washer under the pulley dampener.

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    Got most got most everything finished up. I had to disassemble the fuel pump assembly for a thorough cleaning and to replace the pump strainer. That is not a pleasant job to do. Have to reinstall the jet pump, ride plate and grate, tighten all the nuts and bolts and give it a thorough inspection before I water test it. I’m hoping Thursday to take it out for a test ride if the weather permits.


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    Great job! Hoping the maiden voyage goes well.

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    Fingers crossed! Hope it runs really well!

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    Got it running on the hose last night and itís pouring like a kitten. Looking forward to taking it out this afternoon! Hopefully all is well. I did notice that I canít seem to center my steering with the nozzle. My nozzle stays pointed to the left even with both adjuster screwed all the way in (shortest cable setup). It almost feels like my steering cable is too long. Iím honestly thinking about a wedge just to get my steering straight. Itís not off by a lot but itís obvious that it can turn much further to the left than the right. Any ideas? Did I get the wrong cable?

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    By the way, if anyone needs a replacement fuel strainer for their 250x grab a Napa part number NNP B0034S. It fits great and is a much better quality unit than the stock one that comes on the pump. It’s a direct fit as well though it is just a bit wider.
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    Thanks for the strainer tip. Question. Did you walk into a NAPA store and say I need a fuel pump strainer for a Kawi 08 Ultra 250X. If I did that here in CT. I would get the deer in headlights look.

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