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  • NSS type surf system 220


    Max 1.6
    • Year: 2007 Brand: Nautique / CC Model / Trim: 220 Device Type : NSS (slide) Style Surf Device Material: Stainless Steel Control: Powered via Switches (no controller) Cost: (unspecified) Platform Type: Fiberglass

    Here's another system I made for a 220

    The first North American surf kit for the 220 is here. Here are some pictures of the kit during development and installation. The setup is basically similar to my 230 kit but adapted to the 220 transom. It uses the same actuators and switch. All made of 304 stainless. Water testswent real good and wake is clean. Operates nicely and can be switched on the fly. 

    Let me know what you think!

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    8 hours ago, Jeffo said:

    Excellent looking job!

    did you make the plates or have them made?

    plasma cut? Or end mill?

    I had them cut by a friend who has a laser shop. I did all the drawings and testing. 

    Even my plastic shims are laser cutted. He also has a small break so he can bend my brackets. 

     

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