View Poll Results: Have You Experienced a Supercharger related failure on your Yamaha ski?

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    Have You Experienced a Supercharger related failure on your Yamaha ski?

    This question is posed to the owners of any Yamaha model that comes stock with a supercharger. It doesn't matter whether you have kept your supercharger stock or modified it, I would just like to see what percentage of the forum has experienced some sort of supercharger related failure during the course of owning the ski. Feel free to post details after answering the poll.


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    Supercharger clutch failed after 63 hrs with stock wheel.

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    Not the same question, but good supporting info.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jarrett View Post
    Not the same question, but good supporting info.
    yeah the first one is about clutch, its what seems to let go first, there is no many supercharger failure due to clutch going first.

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    Yup. Nut broke off shaft. Destroyed front housing, c3 wheel. Also destroyed my recently installed
    Riva dampner and clutch. Engine removed, cleaning gear teeth
    Out of oil pan....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doug78 View Post
    Yup. Nut broke off shaft. Destroyed front housing, c3 wheel. Also destroyed my recently installed
    Riva dampner and clutch. Engine removed, cleaning gear teeth
    Out of oil pan....
    OUCH, Stock shaft ?

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    30hrs so far of hard use and nothing yet

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1_Fast_SHO View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Doug78 View Post
    Yup. Nut broke off shaft. Destroyed front housing, c3 wheel. Also destroyed my recently installed
    Riva dampner and clutch. Engine removed, cleaning gear teeth
    Out of oil pan....
    OUCH, Stock shaft ?
    Yes stock shaft. I really should have rebuilt the supercharger last spring when I talked About. Just finished cleaning out the oil pan. Haven't decided what next. Not to thrilled about having to buy another clutch/damper. Might wait and see how the next "fix" works out because that fix didn't seem to work. 3 years later and turbo is still the only clutch fix...

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    120ish hours. 90 with the mods in my sig. Wavejumping, endurance runs, WOT all the time.... no issues at all.

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