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    Hi,

    i've a little question a friend of mine just blow out is supercharger on last run.

    fresh rebuilt (riva washer and ceramic berrings) only 2h .

    i will go for a new one and i need to know if the new sc from the rxt-X are more reliable (i've seen the improvement of cooling with new oil holes ? and does it fit on a rxt 06 ?


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    The 2008 OEM washers seem to be weaker than Riva's. The 2008 charger will fit your 2006 RXT. The oil hole doesn't make as much of a difference without the engine being modified with the extra oiling like it comes from the factory in the 2008 models.

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    Hi,

    Ok so no need to test the 08 sc from rxt-X i will go for a classic SC.

    i've found rebuild sc and new sc at parkeryamaha anybody knows this shop ?




    thanks

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    The X series charger would be an upgrade in performance over your current charger (and would require more fuel depending on mods).

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    Quote Originally Posted by JFizzleJR View Post
    The 2008 OEM washers seem to be weaker than Riva's. The 2008 charger will fit your 2006 RXT. The oil hole doesn't make as much of a difference without the engine being modified with the extra oiling like it comes from the factory in the 2008 models.

    ????? Where did you come up with this information?? I have an 08 T-X, and at 50hours the washers still checked in at 90/inch/pounds. Am I missing something?? What's the difference between the Riva washers and the stock ones??

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    I came up with that information from seeing several people's OEM metal washers break into pieces. I'm sure they're different quality and the OEM are obviously coated.

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    On 2008 X boats??? I've been keeping on eye on mine just to be safe, but no slippage, or anything after 50 hard hours. What are the Riva washers made of??

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    Yes, the 2008 X boats. Here's a thread that was never concluded http://greenhulk.net/forums/showthread.php?t=63849 but as jetskibill confirmed on that thread, there have been pictures of the 2008 washers broken into pieces. I just can't find the thread(s).

    Anyways, if money is not an issue then get the X charger and a Rising Rate Fuel Pressure Regulator. Don't forget to inspect your engine for debris and diagnose exactly what happened to the charger.

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    Who rebuilt the first one?
    I would want to know what happened to it before I went buying a new one.
    Like Fizzle said you need to pull it and see if all the parts are there and if they are not then go from there if they are then look at what happened to the SC.

    Personally I think it is a waste to buy a new charger if you have the new shaft kit and ceramic bearings already. If those pieces are not hurt adding a green wheel would be much cheaper.

    Send t to the site owner (greenhulk) to build it and you should have no problem.

    Or I have a basically new RUDE charger FS that is way better than any of the drop in wheels.
    Jerry just went through is and it is ready to go, it has a new shaft kit, and ceramic bearings.

    SC has around 5 hours and new bearings have zero hours.

    http://greenhulk.net/forums/showthread.php?t=70627

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    hi,

    My local shop did the rebuilt jod (changing shaft ,bearing ...)
    The charger is already in pieces ( 2 bearing, impeler, and front housing dead)

    We have check for little pieces on the motor and all is gone after cleaning the filter on the front oil pump.

    After 2 broken set of bearing (one was oem last ceramic) my friend doesn't want to take any risk ...

    If i where him i will go for a rebuilt in state of by a new one but...

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