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    Adding Electric Trim

    Has anyone added electric trim to an SLT? My SLT did not have jet pump when I purchased it. I added a unit that had trim instead of reverse. Wondering if I should use the reverse cable hard mounted inside for a "fixed" trim or install a power trim unit with power trim switch and any recommendations on the best way to accomplish this.....

    Thanks as always for the valuable info!


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    She likes the bike. But the ski gets her wet!!!! xlint89's Avatar
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    PH20craft, Beerdart and myself have all installed trim on a SLT AND kept the reverse too.

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    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by xlint89 View Post
    PH20craft, Beerdart and myself have all installed trim on a SLT AND kept the reverse too.
    I did it too.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by BryanP View Post
    I did it too.....
    On what ski?

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    My 99 SLTH has reverse and trim

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    I put trim on my '96 SLTX back in '97, & kept reverse & even wired it into the MFD for postition, I wouldn't waste the time, I didn't gain much, maybe a 1/2 mph on glass & the ability to throw a big rooster tail. Depending on the model a pump wedge is alot easier if yours doesn't have it.

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    I have it on my 99 SLTH and it makes a noticeable difference either way. Just not as much difference as it does on a 2 seater. I think its a very worthwhile add on. It got me around 2 MPH up top

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    Helps bury the nose in rougher water too on mine at least.....

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