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    Play it safe and buy oem or send your charger to jerry


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    Junk Chinese copy of the original Seadoo kit. When it comes to your supercharger use only the original Seadoo kits. Trying to save $100 now will cost you $2000, or more later when the supercharger fails.


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    OEM and send it to Jerry!

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    Best decision youll ever make go with oem from the store..

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    I like saving money but $40 extra for the oem kit is money well spent.

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    try a few less critical wsm parts before you go off and destroy your motor. The small parts will just piss you off, but you will still be in the game. You learn either by doing or having experienced knowledgeable people to learn from.

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    Cool

    If you ask someone who sells them what answer did you expect???

    Did you think they'd tell you the complete truth??
    I guess there really is a sucker born every day....

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    Sounds good to me...

    Do you know how much a doo is worth after a s/c shits it's self???

    Just not worth taking that chance in my opinion...
    But what doooo I know about skis...ive only had 3-400 s/c doos....

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    Installation procedure will play a large part in longevity, damage to the bearings due to incorrect installation will give any kit a bad rap.

    If the failed part causes inconvenience then I might be tempted to cheap out eg: if you get a cheapo starter solenoid and it only lasts a year and leaves you without a day on the water no big deal really. If you cheap out on a supercharger rebuild kit and it trashes your motor to the tune of 3 to 4K to save $40 then it's not such a great deal.

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