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That awkward moment you break your supercharger to beyond repair....

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Rob E
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That awkward moment you break your supercharger to beyond repair....

Postby Rob E » Mon Feb 27, 2017 10:06 pm

Accidentally got a bit trigger happy with my hydraulic press when trying to rebuild my old mini supercharger...



Luckily this is one of two superchargers I own. This one catastrophically went bang when a seal failed, consumed all it's oil and resulted in a bearing exploding. The rotors then scored the charger's internal bore pretty badly. It was a guinea pig for learning how to rebuild an Eaton supercharger and re-time the rotors. Thankfully that part was successful and it served it's purpose despite the damage... Shame its now useless :lol:

Video of the rotors spinning after rebuilding

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