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    RXPX charger advice

    Need some advice on my x charger maintenance. My ski is stock and has 53 hours on the clock. Most of the time I ride in chop water and I don't ride the ski very hard. I want to service my charger to avoid any engine failures. I bought the supercharger rebuild kit and was thinking of just taking out the supercharger myself (have the tools but never done it before and dont want to take the whole ski to the mechanic cause its too far away) and taking it to a seadoo mechanic to rebuild it. Alternatively, I was thinking of buying a second x charger so that I just swap it and rebuilt the old one for future use. My last option is to buy the supercharger rebuilt tools and do everything myself. How difficult is it? Are there any how to instructions for these things? Am wiling to put the time and effort Any advice would be appreciated.


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    If you want Jerry can do it
    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/show...071#post243071
    Otherwise the info is on the forum, just have to search

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    Quote Originally Posted by gprjersey07 View Post
    If you want Jerry can do it
    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/show...071#post243071
    Otherwise the info is on the forum, just have to search
    Can't beat the service Jerry offers. It would be in good hands with him and you wouldn't have to worry at all about assembly error. I wonder if he's hit the 1000th mark on number of superchargers serviced

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    Quote Originally Posted by JFizzleJR View Post
    Can't beat the service Jerry offers. It would be in good hands with him and you wouldn't have to worry at all about assembly error. I wonder if he's hit the 1000th mark on number of superchargers serviced
    Sorry forgot to mention that I am in Greece so shipping my charger to the US would cost more that buying a new one

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    I guess you'll have to give it a try. If you hadn't bought the rebuild kit already I'd say buy a whole new charger. It's up to you and depends on how much money you're willing to spend and how confident you are in your mechanical skills. Good luck.

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    Rebuilding a Scer is not hard.You just want to make sure you have all the right tools and to take your time..Pay attention to the details and youll be good..If you have any mechanical abilitys then it should be a snap..

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