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Customer Installs

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IMPORTANT: The customer photos and information provided on this website have not been verified to be correct or valid installations by Hydrophase LLC. They are provided as a reference only. Always follow the Hydrophase Installation Guide, and contact Hydrophase LLC with any questions.

We have had it out for one day and it works great!

Thank you for a great product. Install was very straightforward and the photos from other's installs were very helpful in routing the new wires. The system works great and does keep the boat...

Thanks for the well packaged product. Our summer should prove to be legendary!

The install was straight forward thanks to the detailed instructions. Took about 3-4 hours with a couple of breaks thrown in. I wish I would have purchased this much sooner!!!

We put it to its first real use this weekend. I even got my wife to pull me wakeboarding which is a big deal!

Simple enough for the wife to use. She was able to just cycling through the options on the unit. Unit seemed extremely easy to you at any age level. Much better than competitors. Thanks again.

First thing I will say is the Ridesteady works great, what a difference it made for me to be able to wakeboard at a constant 19mph behind my own boat. Generally I never got to ride due to other...

I was able to install the Ridesteady Speed Control (GPS) in one weekend. The directions were easy to follow and I didn’t have any issues. Took it out for a test drive and everything worked as...

I finished installing my ridesteady on a day off I had on Thursday this week and couldn't have been happier how it performed in my water test for a few minutes in between storms.

I got it in the water last week and the system worked great.

Install was very easy. Only issue I had was removal of the existing speedometer. Had to remove the whole console and carefully break it out with a large flat screwdriver as it was cross threading...

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