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  • NSS style device for 210


    Max 1.6
    • Year: 2009 Brand: Nautique / CC Model / Trim: 210 Device Type : NSS (slide) Style Surf Device Material: Stainless Steel Control: Powered with Automated Controller Cost: $1500-$1999 Platform Type: Fiberglass

    Similar to my 230 and 220 project, I was asked to work on the pre-nss generation of Nautique 210. 

    Took measurements, made templates, adjusted everything and made a prototype. 

    Will be installing everything very shortly.

     

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    That’s definitely gonna make some 210 owners very happy!!  Post the installation!   You’ve got this thing down for sure.   

    I think most people are intimidated by the nss system as a retro.   Nautique by far has the best looking surf system I think... not going to get into which is “best”.  Too many variables and hull differences.    They all work great. 

     

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    On 7/14/2018 at 8:20 PM, Rugger said:

    That’s definitely gonna make some 210 owners very happy!!  Post the installation!   You’ve got this thing down for sure.   

    I think most people are intimidated by the nss system as a retro.   Nautique by far has the best looking surf system I think... not going to get into which is “best”.  Too many variables and hull differences.    They all work great. 

     

    You're absolutely right! As for the looks and space, NSS is the best option. 

    There's a lot of 210 owners that were asking to get a retro kit. 

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    1 hour ago, Max 1.6 said:

    So now will I get my hat? hahahaha

    Yes, three completed projects gets you a hat.   We will PM instructions.   Thanks for posting the final installs!    Will be helpful and probably inspire members for sure.

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    Do you have any pics of the wake this puts out? Is it similar to the other styles people are making?  I really like how this looks like part of the boat and would like too try and do this to my 2008 SANTE 210. Thanks for the pics looks awesome.

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    1 hour ago, Fire Mike said:

    Do you have any pics of the wake this puts out? Is it similar to the other styles people are making?  I really like how this looks like part of the boat and would like too try and do this to my 2008 SANTE 210. Thanks for the pics looks awesome.

    Pretty decent for a 210 with standard ballast!

    I have 3 kits in fabrication right now, I can sell you one if you'd like.

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    1 hour ago, Gbracer said:

    I have a 2007 226 any idea if they could be made to fit that boat ?

    Thanks.

    Nice work is it allstainless?

    Nothing yet for the 226... Yes it's all stainless :)

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    I love your work. I think the NSS is the most non invasive and cleanest looking surf system. 

    Wish my hull was flat on the back, it would be a major pain to put one on mine. 

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