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    Supercharger issues

    Today I checked my supercharger while still bolted to the motor the fins spin freely. It's a 2005 seadoo rxt with 90hours. The supercharger has never been rebuilt or replaced. Any chance it messed anything else up?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Taylor Kemp View Post
    Today I checked my supercharger while still bolted to the motor the fins spin freely. It's a 2005 seadoo rxt with 90hours. The supercharger has never been rebuilt or replaced. Any chance it messed anything else up?
    Yup, you have to pull the engine out to remove the debris, blocks oil passages and restricts oil flow. Your oil pumps need replacing, timing chain is at risk of snapping off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Taylor Kemp View Post
    Today I checked my supercharger while still bolted to the motor the fins spin freely. It's a 2005 seadoo rxt with 90hours. The supercharger has never been rebuilt or replaced. Any chance it messed anything else up?
    First, the supercharger needs a rebuild. I can handle that for you. Here's the link to order the rebuild service in the GreenHulk Store
    https://www.4-tecperformance.com/ind...oducts_id=5170

    You likely won't need to remove the engine. Just pull and replace the front oil pump. Those components and diagram are here in the GreenHulk OEM store
    http://partsfinder.onlinemicrofiche....%20PUMP%20ASSY.

    Remove the valve cover and slowly rotate your engine and inspect your timing chain for damage, it's likely fine as it's rare for the ceramic clutch washers to damage it.

    If the engine was run considerable time with the ceramic washer failure then you will also need to replace your rear oil pump. That is found on this page of the store
    http://partsfinder.onlinemicrofiche....%20PTO%20COVER

    Hope that helps! Welcome to the forum!

    Jerry

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    The oil screen in the PTO catches most of the debris, followed by the oil filter.

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