Bearing failure on the supercharger caused the impeller shaft to wobble and the impeller to rub against the hausing. The ski had less than 100 hours. :-/
Found this little guy in the case of today's build. The supercharger shaft was bent and the gear on the supercharger was missing, flywheel teeth destroyed. The customer claims the supercharger was rebuilt less than 10 hours before with an OEM Seadoo Kit.
Appears that the wrong tooth gear was installed during a Supercharger service and Destroyed the flywheel and Supercharger gear.
There are 3 primary reasons to rebuild your supercharger: Prevent bearing failure. The impeller spins up to speeds of 50,000 RPM, and the bearings are rated at 2 years or 100 hours. Prevent washer failure. As the clutch wears, inducing additional friction and heat to the washers, which can cause a catastrophic failure. Restore Lost Performance. When the [...]
The Supercharger belt and tensioner were destroyed causing vibration or movement on the Supercharger housing breaking the mount.