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    Supercharger ,small amount oil in hose ?

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    Just wondered , is it normal to have a bit of greasy oil in the large hose coming off the charger ,, it's not much ,, someone said blow by ? ,,, , , it was just rebuilt , 10 hrs ago , getting 112 kmph on flat water revs at 8100 feels really strong ,,, just wondered if a bit of oil in hose is normal
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    I get that in my stock '14 RXT-260. I guess that's why some people use catch cans.

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    Hi..yes its normal all the superchargers has this,but after 20h after rebuilt..if you dont want to saw oil ,you must change the 2 o-rings in a shaft,if you have only 10h after rebuilt its not very normal...you put all the kit? Or just bearings and washers??

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    He charged me for a full rebuild ,,, but not sure what shops do these days , , some say they do a job and it's not done ,,, what should I do , I paid 900 for a rebuild ?

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    what 900??? Dollars??? The kit has 320$ and for the work to put it they charge about 100-150$ ,for Is models is more expensive..

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    Quote Originally Posted by drugnas View Post
    Hi..yes its normal all the superchargers has this,but after 20h after rebuilt..if you dont want to saw oil ,you must change the 2 o-rings in a shaft,if you have only 10h after rebuilt its not very normal...you put all the kit? Or just bearings and washers??
    Im courious what does the 2 O-rings on the shaft have to do with oil in the intake hose????

    And Yes this can be normal as the blow by tube is inserted into the intake track tube...if you want to eliminate this then you should run a catch can..Which i recommend If you ride fresh waters...If you ride salt waters i recommend you leave it intact..

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    If you paid $900, you got ripped.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snoman View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by drugnas View Post
    Hi..yes its normal all the superchargers has this,but after 20h after rebuilt..if you dont want to saw oil ,you must change the 2 o-rings in a shaft,if you have only 10h after rebuilt its not very normal...you put all the kit? Or just bearings and washers??
    Im courious what does the 2 O-rings on the shaft have to do with oil in the intake hose????

    And Yes this can be normal as the blow by tube is inserted into the intake track tube...if you want to eliminate this then you should run a catch can..Which i recommend If you ride fresh waters...If you ride salt waters i recommend you leave it intact..
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    propably you understood the rings behind the impeller of sc,but i think is my own fault about wrong phrase...anyway this is one way
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    Gotcha..Those are called the front seals...IF they are leaking you will find oil in the discharge tube going to the throttle body or to the external IC if he is running one...

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