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    the key for long life clutchs

    hi, im very happy because now my clutchs have 30 hr and still looking good .
    this big chargers (2rude, et 68-140) eat my cluchs every 4 or 5 hrs and damage the s/c gear . but now i use AMSOIL marine synt 10w40 and change it every 8 to10hrs and no more headache.
    i know change it every 8 to 10hrs cost to much but i dont care, change the clutchs and gear cost a lot more.
    i think when boost its so high the temp raise and the oil brake down, i ride offshore and very hard, this oil its the way to go ......ahh and i dont have bov.


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    Interesting.

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    Yeah I love my Amsoil WCF! Over 6 hours of racing at the MH300 and I only dropped 1ft lb of slip on a brand new clutch setup.

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    Any recommended places to buy it?

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    just to the left of the forum page is a link for Buy Amsoil, just underneath the online store link

    http://www.amsoil.com/index.aspx?zo=1499968

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    Quote Originally Posted by beachbum0286 View Post
    Any recommended places to buy it?

    Become a preferred customer for only $10.00 and purchase the oil @ Dealer cost. Here is the link for Jerry's Green Hulk account http://www.amsoil.com/redirect.cgi?z...n/preferredapp
    It gets shipped to your front door from the nearest distribution center.

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    Both of those are very impressive. I am happy to hear it is helping out the supercharger clutch issues. I just wish I had one of those chargers on the conversion ski.

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    Brings up a question, I was talking with a local sales rep at a dealer a few days ago and he was telling me that Sea-Doos have two types of oil in them, one for the engine and another type of oil for something else, not sure if he said the second type was for, maybe the supercharger or the some other type of lubricant, does that sound correct?

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    Quote Originally Posted by YoYamma View Post
    Brings up a question, I was talking with a local sales rep at a dealer a few days ago and he was telling me that Sea-Doos have two types of oil in them, one for the engine and another type of oil for something else, not sure if he said the second type was for, maybe the supercharger or the some other type of lubricant, does that sound correct?
    No, that sounds Hell you know better April fools?

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    Ive always used this oil on my Honda R-12X. So this stuff is ok for use in the Seadoo RXP 215 with the clutch's then? I know its not supposed to have the friction modifiers.

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