07-25-2011, 02:14 PM #1
Supercharger alignment issues ?????? Need suggestions on problem
This is on my 03 gtx sc 185 hp boat.
Went to replace my carbon seal due to water leak.
Noticed SC had worked "loose". the 3 bolts had all backed
out a bit. (only about 10 hrs since rebuild by Jerry).
Anyway, put it back on . Replaced carbon seal, bellows, retainer, etc
The charger really "whines" loudly now. Checked everything out..
Is tight to engine. After an easy ride it has quieted down a little, but still
sounds like i've got some monter charger on it...
And, I can only get 7000 rpms now... I switched impellers, so thought that
was problem.. NOT
Still only 7000 rpms. Was getting 7500 before I discovered my
loose charger problem..
I have another charger I can try, but it is 215 hp charger with the
different gear tooth count. Can I just switch out the drive gear
or maybe that is my problem..
Any help appreciated
07-25-2011, 02:18 PM #2
07-25-2011, 02:28 PM #3
I don't think I did 3. Just 1. They must have fallen into hull when I removed it.
What is the reason for the spacing ?????? my 215's don't do that...
And , do you think I';ve done any damage to SC gear or flywheel in engine ???
To clarify, just use 3 standard style washers to space it out ??
07-25-2011, 02:41 PM #4
07-25-2011, 02:50 PM #5
AH.. now I see.. due to the updated shaft that spaces it "inward" a bit..
The excess whining must be from gears meshing not be on the money..
hope no damage too.
It sounds pretty mean... too bad no performance to go with it !!!
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