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    Oil in Intercooler

    I found about quarter cup of oil in my Intercooler.

    Is this normal?

    Is it coming from breather hose that connects to top of the hose between the air filter and supecharger intake?

    I am getting smoke from the breather hose when the waverunner is running. I found this out when I disconnected it.

    2011 FX SHO


    Any thoughts?

    Thank you!
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    Oil is overfilled

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    Quote Originally Posted by RickWhite View Post
    Oil is overfilled
    Oil level is below the High mark after running....

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    Could be excessive blow by may have a internal issue in motor

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    Is the ski still under warranty??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yamaha:) View Post
    I found about quarter cup of oil in my Intercooler.

    Is this normal?

    Is it coming from breather hose that connects to top of the hose between the air filter and supecharger intake?

    I am getting smoke from the breather hose when the waverunner is running. I found this out when I disconnected it.

    2011 FX SHO


    Any thoughts?

    Thank you!
    Supercharger thrust bearing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wotxxxsd View Post
    Is the ski still under warranty??

    No...just went out

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    Quote Originally Posted by RickWhite View Post
    Could be excessive blow by may have a internal issue in motor

    Rings?

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    If you disconnect the blowby hose from the air intake and you could see if it has oil going into your intake!
    When did u change your oil last time and if you started it up with a dry supercharger(and if you revved up the rpms) you could of fried the thrust bearing in the supercharger.



    Quote Originally Posted by Yamaha:) View Post
    I found about quarter cup of oil in my Intercooler.

    Is this normal?

    Is it coming from breather hose that connects to top of the hose between the air filter and supecharger intake?

    I am getting smoke from the breather hose when the waverunner is running. I found this out when I disconnected it.

    2011 FX SHO


    Any thoughts?

    Thank you!

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    Check the cam shaft end plugs to see if one has came out. You can do this by just removing the valve cover and taking a look see. There should be plugs in all ends of both camshafts, (4) Tommy Jordan

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