210 challenger se 430 hp vs. 310
Posted 12 July 2014 - 09:31 AM
Did your engines not have issues after supercharger failure? Oil light on? I hate supercharged engines
Posted 12 July 2014 - 10:23 AM
I hope you didn't have to pay for the engines.
Ran mine last year and it started out with the port engine stumbling the first time out. It went away after a short time. I figured a plug was fouled. I had the same dealership, Duchess Recreational Vehicles in Poughkeepsie, NY, do the winterization and repairs for the past 3 years. They replaced/rebuilt both super chargers. They said the port one was missing teeth. I read that the engines may need to be pulled and cleaned of debris when that happens to avert the engine failure. I don't know if that is what they did, but they had it for at least 2 months.
This year the port engine dropped 1500 RPM. the magic number, erratically for the first 6 hours of operation. last 2 times out, it ran fine. I hope that is not a new charger problem.
No other problems except the occasional stick in the intake. I haven't seen the oil light yet and hope I don't.
I am going to take the time to check the port engine closer. I am hoping that it may be a loose plug wire or something simple.
Next time, I am going to ask if the chargers can be removed. I wish they ran off a belt or some kind of automatic transmission/fluid drive device that would absorb the shock and not contaminate the engine with parts.
Did "warranty" cover yours?
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