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    Is the QSTS system motor based?

    I ask because SeaDoo's VTS trim system breaks all the time. If yamaha's isn't motor based, it should hold up alot better?


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    No. It utilizes cables to bring the nozzle up or down.

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    cable driven

    very cool

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    Whats that whistling noise? jtskier11's Avatar
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    Your hand is the "motor!"

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    Also note that the RPMs need to be below 3k when moving trim positions. I actually prefer the cable system. Less crap to break.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hitman View Post
    Also note that the RPMs need to be below 3k when moving trim positions. I actually prefer the cable system. Less crap to break.
    my thoughts exactly, when have you actually seen a working VTS system anyways...

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    100 MILES OF HEAVEN AND I AM SMACK IN THE MIDDLE KEYZBUM's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by skeeterzx225 View Post
    my thoughts exactly, when have you actually seen a working VTS system anyways...
    I have a PTS(polaris trim sysytem)
    when you take it off of a POLARIS and stick it on a gpr
    anybody for trim you can adjust at 65+ best shadetree move yet--did it to the gp then the gpr ,,put the gp back to stock to sell and rode it to the ramp HAHAHAHAHA MAN that trim cable "thing" sucks bad,,,,

    mattman
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