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Old 21 May 2014, 02:01   #1
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Country: Ireland
Town: Cork
Boat name: Mako
Make: Avon SR 5.4
Length: 5m +
Engine: Mariner 90hp
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What Searider Steering?

I have to upgrade my steering as I have swapped a 60hp for a 90hp on the SR5.4. There is currently an ultraflex machanical system on it but it torque steers like mad with the new engine.

I have to stay with a mechanical setup due to costs. I was looking at the Ultraflex T73 which would allow me use the current mounting holes in the console and is a no feed back job

What do you guys use? Ultraflex or Seastar? Hydraulic or mechanical?


If in doubt flat out
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Old 21 May 2014, 04:47   #2
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Country: Ireland
Town: Galway
Boat name: Top Banana
Make: Scorpion 9m
Length: 9m +
Engine: Yamaha 421STI
MMSI: Yeah right!
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SR5.4 with Yam 90 2 stroke and Seastar hydraulic. Superb

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Old 21 May 2014, 09:52   #3
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Country: UK - England
Town: Cheshire
Boat name: Gollione
Make: Avon Searider 5.4
Length: 5m +
Engine: 90hp
Join Date: Jun 2010
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Seastar Hydraulic with a tiltable helm on my SR5.4
Although a decent mechanical NFB helm and a correctly routed cable is fine if it is looked after.
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Old 21 May 2014, 14:54   #4
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Town: weymouth
Boat name: Amelia
Make: Atlantic, Searider's
Length: 7m +
Engine: 225hp, 90hp
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Hydrolic 2.4cbinch helm for me every time. It will change your craft I promise you
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