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Old 09-25-2012, 12:45 PM   #1
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JRSC issues

I recently bought a supercharged 2.0 Zetec Zx3. After a month comeing down the freeway off ramp, I reved the motor down while slowing and the blower stud broke off the snout. I don't know much about about superchargers, and need help of how to rebuild it.

I need to know what parts are need to rebuild the snout and any other parts that might be damaged. And any sizeing and universal parts would be of great help.

Mileage 33,000

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Old 09-25-2012, 03:28 PM   #2
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you have a 2001 Focus with only 33,000 miles?!?!? or is that how many miles are on your supercharger? and do you have the BBK or an underdrive pully? and i see you have nos. so if im not mistaken when you really get into it your RPM's probably start moving up pretty well. could be whats putting the after effects on your JRSC. but its hard to understand what your issue is. are you saying the part on the Super charger itself broke a stud? the pully part of the supercharger? it would be best if you could post pictures of the aftermath!
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