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    S/c washers ok?

    I pulled my charger today just to check weather the washers had been changed or not, could anyone confirm that they have? Also, is anyone able to tell me what wheel is in there? Bought the ski and was told it had a stage 2 wheel, but Im not 100% sure. Thanks

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    Hi,
    Yes the washers are changed!

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    ...About the Wheel, good question... Thats difficult to say only with an Picture!

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    Thanks I will pull the cover off tomorrow and take a better pic.

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    Can you put a regular socket on the impeller nut? Looks like a riva gen1 to me...

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    I agree looks like a gen 1. That charger housing hasn't been taken care of too well

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    Those are OEM seadoo replacement metal washers...and a GREENWHEEL, which is a Riva Gen2 unit...

    Looks like its a little loose, there is some major gaps between the springs...and that last spring near the top is not sitting right...

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    you should probably rebuild this sc. it looks like you have a 04 housing with a 04 shaft (at least parts that come with a 04 shaft)with 08 clutch washers and like Danny said, the spring washers are all messed up.

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    wow looking at those pics I agree it should be rebuilt, those spring washers are not sitting on there right, and it looks like the housing on that charger has taken a beating, funny though it has a red back half and black front housing.

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    Thanks for the comments! Yes the front cover is black, with a red rear housing. Im not sure why, that's how I bought it. This is the first time Ive pulled the charger since buying the ski, and I pulled it because I could turn the wheel more than I thought it should turn while on the engine.

    How much more performance would I see with a X charger over the Greenwheel?

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