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trickyboarder08 03-12-2008 10:09 PM

Found This on Ebay <BR> <BR><a href="http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Perfect-pass-wakeboard-cruise_W0QQcmdZViewItemQQcategoryZ50437QQihZ015QQi temZ250225119114QQrdZ1QQsspagenameZWDVW" target="_blank">http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Perfect-pass-wakeboard-cruise_W0QQcmdZViewItemQQcategoryZ50437QQihZ015QQi temZ250225119114QQrdZ1QQsspagenameZWDVW</a> <BR> <BR>Would this fit on my boat. I have a 1982 Ski Nautique. Is this just the cruise version? If so can it be upgraded and what parts would I have to buy to do that?

rodltg2 03-13-2008 11:24 AM

save your money and buy wakeboard pro. no servo and no paddle wheel...

jonblarc7 03-13-2008 1:08 PM

Will that even work on a Nautique when it says its MasterCraft

astonestreet 03-13-2008 1:51 PM

You can reply to the post but not my email..... I see how it is Jonblar

jonblarc7 03-13-2008 2:32 PM

Just trying to get the right answer before I told you it would work for me.

astonestreet 03-14-2008 12:31 PM


icedog10 03-15-2008 7:41 AM

If you have Perfect Pass Cruise, can you just get a servo and paddle wheel and add it on? If so about how much would it cost?

kko13 03-15-2008 8:02 AM

its not worth 250 impo by the time you buy the missing parts buy it new and get a warranty for same or a little more. the fact that is says mastercraft on it will have no bearing on it working in your naut. but $150 would be tops. servo is gona run you $150 bucks and i think the paddle wheel is close to a $100

loudsubz 03-15-2008 8:28 AM

how much do perfect pass kits go for normally? complete...

sidekicknicholas 03-15-2008 9:43 AM

like 1600 w/ dealer install (i think)

K.B.C. 03-15-2008 12:26 PM

1200 if you install it yourself, I got mine through a dealer discount on the planetnautique site for just under a grand a few years back

wakereviews 03-15-2008 12:43 PM

We can get PP for a pretty good price. Or check perfectpass.com for the price list. most people who order through us do the install themselves. 3 - 4 hours to install for a mechanically inclined first timer.

froese 03-19-2008 7:06 AM

That is just 'Wakeboard Cruise'. You can not set it to hold at a specific speed - you get the boat to speed and then push the 'cruise' button. <BR> <BR>Notice the control module says 'for upgrade info call...' <BR> <BR>You can upgrade the module to the pro version, but you would need to buy a paddle wheel, a new display unit and servo. Might as well get it new for $1100 and install it right. <BR> <BR>I have a SN2001 and it works like a charm... get the ACME 542 prop - that makes a world of difference.

malibuboarder75 03-19-2008 9:07 AM

Also, remember that if your boat is in good condition, perfect pass will add a lot to the final value. Also, get the acme 542 if you haven't already. It is more important than perfect pass.

dhcomp 03-19-2008 9:20 AM

Order a new wakeboard pro. <BR> <BR>It will come with everything you need. <BR> <BR>THat cruise setup looks to work wiht a Drive by wire setup, with no servo. <BR> <BR>Not worth trying to piece it together.

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