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    2004-2005 RXP215 Oil Lubrication Update Clarification

    I've heard of several mods to these motors over the years that help with getting oil to the head as well as to the S/C
    My question is now that Seadoo has updated the oiling system to the head as well as the oil squirter/shaft/washers to the S/C which mod is the most beneficial for these older engines?
    Should the oil jet be pulled altogether and an updated rocker shaft with the smaller orifice be used or just run the aftermarket higher flow jet with the original rocker shaft?
    Is drilling the S/C housing still necessary with the updated oil squirter and S/C shaft installed?
    Thanks in advance for any clarification
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    anyone have any idea?

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    IMO changing the squirter for the charger to the new style is all that's necessary

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    Quote Originally Posted by skidoochris View Post
    IMO changing the squirter for the charger to the new style is all that's necessary
    I agree.

    The earlier heads worked. The later heads worked. But the later style SC oiler works better than the earlier system with the ceramic clutch washers.

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    Forget the head oiling mods..... do the SC oil jet. It's a simple, cheap mod that makes a huge difference on SC clutch lubrication.
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    This is the PTO Supercharger oiler mod:-
    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/show...t=95136&page=5

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    Thanks for the responses. So basically everyone agrees that the stock oiling to the head should not give me any troubles? And I agree whole heartedly that the newer style oil squirter needs to be installed. To me that really wasnt a question. I was more referring to enlarging the oiling hole on the Super charger housing. I wasn't sure if this was necessary with the updated oil squirter and updated supercharger shaft that has the larger oiling hole thru the middle.

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