09-17-2012, 09:48 AM #1
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Does anyone have a picture of what this is supposed to look like?
Below is a picture of the results of a super charger bearing failure. The portion of the engine block next to the bendix is broken and damaged.
Is this a critical structure, do i need a new block? Does anyone have a picture of what this should look like?
Are there any components of this super charger salvageable?
09-17-2012, 07:08 PM #2
That area of the block that got damaged is a support for the timing chain guide. As long as the guide is still fully supported, you should be fine there IMO.
Pic you requested.......
As far as your charger, I would consider your rear cover shot..... but you could probably get by with the wheel & front cover (if you really want to re-use it). Hard to really see in the pics, but it looks like a fairly light touch down to me
You have a lot of metal in that engine! Definitely needs to come apart to find the extent of the damage.
11-04-2012, 08:57 PM #3
Hi Guys im just pulling a mates motor down on his 08 rxpx and found the same damage to the block near the timingchain guide
the charger lost a bearing im not sure what hit it ....
should this motor be split where would use go from here ?
11-05-2012, 06:40 AM #4
Split check crank , replace timing chain,ring gear and oil pumps if needed ... Flush out oil gallery's...
Pain the ass....
When is Seadoo going to learn to build a better system , when u see what Yami have done ...makes the old seadoo look old school ...
11-05-2012, 02:56 PM #5
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