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    Electric trim retrofit or custom job

    Thought I'd bounce this idea around. I'm thinking about using an electric window motor to move the steering nozzle up and down on my gp1300. The oem manual qts is kind of crappy but worst of all , I can't use my odi grips with the left sided quick trim system .
    Sea Doo uses a system that is built around a window motor and it seems to work great for them.
    From what I can see , I could even use the sea doo handlebar buttons to make it work .
    All that is missing is the electronic parts and some way to drive 40amps to the motor.

    Why hasn't anyone done this already ? Seems simple .


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    i use my odi grip without problems, http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/show...highlight=trim

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