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    How to stop your RXT supercharger from blowing up?

    Hi im just wondering on how to stop your supercharger from blowing up. Will replacing the ceramic washers be enough, HELP


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    Quote Originally Posted by morf View Post
    Hi im just wondering on how to stop your supercharger from blowing up. Will replacing the ceramic washers be enough, HELP
    NOT on its own.Im no expert but you should remove your charger and test the slip regulary,.plus it will need rebuilding completly eventually.Run metal washers preferbaly riva,and be prepared to do a bit your self,save you loads of cash.Regular maintainence is the key.

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    Where would i be able to by them and what type?
    THANKS

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    welcome to the forum morf

    see this

    Supercharger info
    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/showthread.php?t=19887

    Supercharger rebuild
    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/show...071#post243071

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