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    oil i supercharger?

    Well I was taking apart my ski this year to have some ugrades done, and I noticed that there was a little bit of oil on the outlet of my supercharger when i removed the air intake. Actually, everything under the hood looks a little oily. Been sitting all winter havent run it yet. Should I be concerned. Would a catch can help with this?


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    You might want to mention which ski it is and how many hours on the SC... Ron

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    Quote Originally Posted by King_Of_Fun View Post
    You might want to mention which ski it is and how many hours on the SC... Ron
    ron i assume he has an rxp since his name say RXP NOAH

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    What I was getting at is if it's an '04 RXP with 300 hours, then some oil is normal; if's an '08 RXP with 5 hours, it's not normal. That's all I was trying to say.

    Also, a catch can will help if the oily mixture is from blowby from a worn engine. But it should most likely show up in the throttle body, not the SC... Ron

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