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    Oil from supercharger.

    Is it possible that when I over filled my engine with oil that it started to come out through the supercharger? Or does this mean the seal is dead? I just installed new ceramic bearings, and metal clutch washers. The oil is blowing through my BOV. Need to know if supercharger must be pulled out, AGAIN. Has about 55 hours on supercharger seal.


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    You could be getting oil through the crankcase vent, unless you have a catch can installed.

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    I hate my sea-doo. I hate it, I HATE IT!!!
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    I dont have a catch can, but could oil be getting past the cyclone chamber and entering supercharger through the intake? Once the oil level goes down this should stop right?

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    Welcome to the forum TDI

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    I hate my sea-doo. I hate it, I HATE IT!!!
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    Thanks for the welcomeing. I pulled off the hose that runs from the crankcase oil seperator to the supercharger. Full of oil. That may explain where the oil is coming from. Is any of the oil bad for the engine, besides smoking a slight bit when out of water.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TDIx4 View Post
    Thanks for the welcomeing. I pulled off the hose that runs from the crankcase oil seperator to the supercharger. Full of oil. That may explain where the oil is coming from. Is any of the oil bad for the engine, besides smoking a slight bit when out of water.
    Yes. Get your oil level to the proper level. besides hurting performance, The extra oil is getting "whipped" up by the crank causing aeration - foaming of the oil .. Oil mixed w. air is not a good lubricant for your crank, rod bearings, etc.

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    I hate my sea-doo. I hate it, I HATE IT!!!
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    Alright. I am going to suck out the extra oil with Pella today. BTW thats a vacuum pump that I use for the oil changes on my diesel passat which also my tow vehicle.
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