I just picked up my new/used 2003 Supra 22 SSV and the original buyer chose not to have perfect pass installed. Anyone have a online source to buy it? Has anyone installed it themselves--if so how involved of a install is it? Thanks
that price can't be beat, it is less than what Perfect Pass charges dealers. If you can get it for 799, go for it man! if not, i can probably swing a little better deal than what you originally were quoted.
Almost everyone we've worked with this year has done the install themselves. Difficulty depends on your boat too but the hardest part if you don't already have the paddle wheel on your boat is mustering up the courage to drill a hole in your boat! Figure a 3-4 hour install for most people but it is not difficult and i haven't had one person tell me it was.
Also, Steve... is your boat Drive by wire? If so, then the unit is cheaper than boats with the regular throttle cable.
Say if I was to buy PP from PP online or another dealer for a good price. Could I then take it to any local boat shop/mechanic and ask them to install it for me paying the average hourly fee which is like $100, or will they say no because it was not purchased through them directly or something along those lines. Talking to the Centurion dealer I live close to it is like a two hour job for them, not sure if that is the truth or not. I'm not the most mechanically inclined person so best case scenario would be to get PP wakeboard pro for a good price and have a mechanic install it for me. Instead of doing everything through a boat dealer and end up paying close to $2000.
Phil, the install is a piece of cake. I put it in my '04 SSV in about 2 hours. The only thing I haven't got working is the water temp. I haven't spent much time trying to troubleshoot it. PP has one of the best tech support departments I've ever dealt with. PM me if you need help.