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    Thumbs down Supercharge out. 05 Rxt

    Just recently had the washers replaced with some R&D metal washer. The SC did not even last 4 trips out. I took the ski to the shop and they told me to what i expected that the SC had gone out. They are going to tear the engine apart and instal a new upgrade sc, if Sea Doo ok's it. What the hell went wrong. Here are my mods.
    -14/19 solas prop
    -R&D air intake
    -R&D intake grate
    -bucket mod
    -riva sc impeller
    -R&D Sc washers

    RPM with this set up was 7,800 at 67pmh on garmin gps
    2005 RXT


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    hey, i know im not full of infinite wisdom, but im wondering what elevation ur riding at?

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    I live in So. Cal. I don't think the elevation had anything to do with it. I should of bought the SC from Green Hulk.

    2001 Gp1200r
    -stage 2 1/2
    70mph gps at 7250 rpm

    Not a single problem, they just don't make them like they use too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ADAM12 View Post
    I live in So. Cal. I don't think the elevation had anything to do with it. I should of bought the SC from Green Hulk.

    2001 Gp1200r
    -stage 2 1/2
    70mph gps at 7250 rpm

    Not a single problem, they just don't make them like they use too.
    If your riding in one of the lakes , Castaic 1400 ft, Elsinore 1200ft or Pyramid 3200ft if does make a difference. About 250 to 400 rpm.
    and you might have to much prop. You should be using a 14/17r to bring up the rpm.

    DandSPro

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    Will work on YOUR ski for FREE! GeoRXT's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by DandSPro View Post
    If your riding in one of the lakes , Castaic 1400 ft, Elsinore 1200ft or Pyramid 3200ft if does make a difference. About 250 to 400 rpm.
    and you might have to much prop. You should be using a 14/17r to bring up the rpm.

    DandSPro
    Yup, way too much prop for your setup. As far at what happened to the sc, I dont know. Send it to Jerry and have him do it. Seems like your dealer messed up somewhere.

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    You can run a 14/19, but you have to take 2mm out. I love my 13/18 3 blade.

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    Your dealer will be installing the 06 spec update kit on it. Be sure and get the Riva 06 spec metal washers. If you like you can send your SC to me for the installation and i will make sure its 100% perfect before its on its way back to you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DandSPro View Post
    If your riding in one of the lakes , Castaic 1400 ft, Elsinore 1200ft or Pyramid 3200ft if does make a difference. About 250 to 400 rpm.
    and you might have to much prop. You should be using a 14/17r to bring up the rpm.

    DandSPro
    Very familiar with those areas, mostly ride in the Colorado river and some ocean riding. My plan was to work on the prop but then this happend. Spoke with my service guy today, he told me the Sc was in back order. Ski will not touch water until 1 month. Taking off to Parker this weekend to release some steam.

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