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    How do you fog your supercharger?

    Just wondering on how you fog your supercharger, I can just about get the fogging oil sprayed in the side of plastic air box, but not sure how effective this is?? Are there any mods to ensure the oil coats the supercharger??


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    It that a small hole in the intake rubber pipe??

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    yes

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    No.
    You can spray a whole can of fogging aerosol into the air intake tube but none will be touching the s/c rotors. There will be just a big puddle of oil at the bottom pan (which is the intake manifold) of the s/c. The foggoing oil is way too heavy and it won't be sucked in even if you rev the engine all you can. I already tried it. You need to do it from the top side (which is the exhaust manifold) of the s/c. Then crank/rotate the s/c rotors by bumping the START button and repeat this procedure.

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    it's awfully tight in there.... but for the good of the ski it's something that has to be done. and i hear of guys who do this after EVERY ride... or every OTHER ride....

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    cant be bothered finding it but for the 100th time it has been asked its in here somewhere
    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/show...-from-Kawasaki

    ok found them, read the water injestion pdf, and the k-tech 20-4.

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    Spray Kawasaki fogging oil into top of supercharger for 5
    seconds while holding spray tube in parallel
    with supercharger outlet. (Thats what it says in the link that nicjak posted)

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    Quote Originally Posted by meangreenman View Post
    No.
    You can spray a whole can of fogging aerosol into the air intake tube but none will be touching the s/c rotors. There will be just a big puddle of oil at the bottom pan (which is the intake manifold) of the s/c. The foggoing oil is way too heavy and it won't be sucked in even if you rev the engine all you can. I already tried it. You need to do it from the top side (which is the exhaust manifold) of the s/c. Then crank/rotate the s/c rotors by bumping the START button and repeat this procedure.
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    Hey guys What fogg oil do we recommend to people? What do you use?

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