Sounds like a tag line in a horror movie. "2 people tried to rebuild the supercharger and both of them MYSTERIOUSLY DISAPPEARED!!!" :lol:Yes, two people have tried to rebuild the supercharger on this post and both of them mysteriously stopped posting for over a year now. Maybe thats why PSE charges twice as much for a Milly rebuilt than either Mercedes or Aston Martin.[/b]
i agree crud build up is the only way i can see these seals will leak, if its just a clean up the unit can be spit and the rotors removed without damaging anything. you can do this and give the 2 halves of the cases a good clean, i boiled mine for 2 hours in a soulution of water and dishwashing tablets DIY hot wash. this will coupled with a blow out with an airline will remove any poo's causing an issuePlease post. The biggest pain seems to be getting the thing apart without ruining it. And that the growing consensus is that the SCs fail, not because of some mechanical fault, but due to oiling issues caused by poor maintenance.
could you get some more made up if required?sealing sleeve or the spring loaded carbon ring are a purchasable part and i had a friend of mine remake
It seems I may be joining the ranks of those gone missing soon.Sounds like a tag line in a horror movie. "2 people tried to rebuild the supercharger and both of them MYSTERIOUSLY DISAPPEARED!!!" :lol:
Jokes aside, if it's easy, a new one from Mazda won't be 6 grand and a lot of people will have them for sale on this board.