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The Ridesteady speed control system is generally compatible with recreational boats (runabout, ski, wakeboard) with 4, 6, or 8 cylinder engines with mechanical throttle control, including both fuel injected and carbureted engines, as well as most drive formats (I/Os/stern drives, inboards/direct-drives, V-drives).
It is best if your boat has a pull-type throttle, where when the driver throttle lever is pushed down, the throttle cable “pulls-in” at the engine connection. However, we have also had successful customer installations on push-type throttles, such as OMC engine configurations. Contact us for more information.
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After you purchase, we’ll send you an email with some basic boat information questions as well as requests for digital pictures of your installation. Send this back to us within 45 days of your purchase date, and we’ll credit your Paypal account with $100.
Ridesteady is an aftermarket boat speed control that may be fitted to your boat through either a DIY installation or a dealer installation.
If you’re mechanically inclined, you can follow the detailed step-by-step instructions included in the installation guide while leveraging Hydrophase Support's expertise to install the system yourself. Want to know what’s required? Read our installation guide here or contact us.
If you’d rather have a marine specialist work on your boat, simply take the Ridesteady speed control system to your boat dealer for installation. We’ll be happy to discuss installation details with them.