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    Supercharger advice

    I see on my older ski the supercharger case does not have a oil hole up by the gear like my newer ski has my question is should I drill hole in the older case in the same spot to help and lube the bearings or just leave it like it is would be very easy to do while I have it all apart any advice would help alot. It is on a 2004 gtx sc. Thanks

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    Moderator Snoman's Avatar
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    That hole Is for the 08 and up Scer oiler system....I would leave your cases as is...

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    IF u have your supercharger DISASSEMBLED for a rebuild or something the TRICK before there were any oilers was to have it clocked as it would set in the motor then drill a weep hole with a catch cup in the housing on top between the bearing portion of the housing angled forward and then the oil splashes into the weep hole to help lube bearings more...........if u go back thru my thread I have its all there with pics..........GOOD LUCK!!!!!!!!
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