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    Unhappy 2006 RXP Supercharger slipping

    Well I just reached 75 hours on my 2006 RXP, and I have experienced some supercharger slipping at WOT from a dead stop. Always used the Seadoo mineral oil, and always kept half way between the marks on the dip stick. Is this just a matter of torquing up on the clutch or something more involved? Top end speed is unchanged 112km.


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    What makes you say it's slipping meaning how does it feel?

    You should probably just upgrade to metal washers anyway and you will have the SC torqued to spec then but if you feel like it is losing it's hole shot you might just need a wear ring.

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    i would say the wear ring is toast well thats what it sounds like

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    Rpm's rev up at WOT from a dead stop, but then at about 25mph they go back down, like it stops slipping. Bougth new in March of this year, something worn out already you think?

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    i tore up my wear ring at 18hrs not hard to do since you cant see some of the tings you suck up i would check it that first though get a flash light and look in the pump and see if you see an big gouges or groves in the white ring

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    Thats not your supercharger slipping. That is cavitation. You need to replace your wear ring. I highly recommend you go with the newer stainless steel wear rings.

    http://www.4-tecperformance.com/inde...roducts_id=401

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    sounds like wear ring if your supercharger was slipping you would not see the same top speed . What is your rpm at WOT ?

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    Is the wear ring something that is covered under warranty? What type wear rings would the dealer put back in? I definitely will take a look at the pump. Thanks for the advice. I bought 4 years of warranty, I knew that I was going to average 75-90 hours/year, sounds like I will be needing.

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    Running about 7900 rpm at WOT, 112kmh is all it has ever done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pirates81
    Running about 7900 rpm at WOT, 112kmh is all it has ever done.
    doubt its SC

    Go check your wear ring and report back

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