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    Engine Hour Meter

    Forgive me for the newbie question but here goes.....

    I have a 2010 Seadoo RXP and am using the engine hour meter to track the supercharger rebuilds as I understand it needs to be done every 200 hours. Is there also a time limit? I've put about 30 hours on it over the last 3 summers. I don't ride it hard IMO, 1000 yd bursts of WOT, no jumping and a few sort of tight turns....

    Another question I have is does the engine hour meter actually track in hours or is there some other type or format is tracks like miles vs nautical miles?? I watch the meter on my RXP and it is nowhere near an hour when it changes.....it's more like 20-30 minutes of use. Uf it is supposed to track 60 min before changing, what can I go to get it back on track??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grizz View Post
    Engine Hour Meter

    Forgive me for the newbie question but here goes.....

    I have a 2010 Seadoo RXP and am using the engine hour meter to track the supercharger rebuilds as I understand it needs to be done every 200 hours. Is there also a time limit? I've put about 30 hours on it over the last 3 summers. I don't ride it hard IMO, 1000 yd bursts of WOT, no jumping and a few sort of tight turns....

    Another question I have is does the engine hour meter actually track in hours or is there some other type or format is tracks like miles vs nautical miles?? I watch the meter on my RXP and it is nowhere near an hour when it changes.....it's more like 20-30 minutes of use. Uf it is supposed to track 60 min before changing, what can I go to get it back on track??
    Anyone???

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    100hrs or every 2 years. The 200hr kit is the exact same as the 100hr. Problem with these chargers is, they go through a lot of heat cycles. This is hard on the bearings. You might get away with 200hrs. A rebuild Is cheap insurance considering if a bearing lets go, your engine is toast.

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