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Steering Adaptor Plate

$399.00

This plate utilizes your stock venturi with steering nozzle from your jet ski to make a steering adaptor. It lets you quickly switch from fly mode to jet ski mode. It quickly clamps on and off to the jet pump allowing you full steering capability. With this adaptor you won’t need to reassemble your stock parts that you took off every time you want to use your jet ski for riding. Simply bolt on your existing stock reduction nozzle and steering nozzle to this plate.

NOTE: This item is not compatible with Flyboard universal plate. It DOES NOT come with venturi and steering nozzle as seen in the illustration. This item is designed to work with your existing venturi and steering nozzle that came off your PWC. This adapter plate will not work with iBR SeaDoo jetski. To get it to work on iBR SeaDoo you will need a venturi with steering nozzle from any Yamaha, Kawasaki, or none iBR SeaDoo  jetski.

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  • Please select the jet ski brand that you will be using.

SKU: WBSA4 Category:

Description

This adaptor lets you quickly switch from fly mode to jet ski mode. It quickly clamps on and off to the jet pump allowing you full steering capability. With this adaptor you won’t need to reassemble your stock parts that you took off every time you want to use your jet ski for riding. Simply bolt on your existing stock reduction nozzle and steering nozzle to this adaptor.

Additional information

Weight25 lbs
Jet Ski Connector

Honda, Kawasaki, Other, Sea Doo, Yamaha

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Customer
Mike
2 years 7 months ago

Can I use my Seadoo jetboat with this and keep my reverse gate?

Support
Mel
2 years 7 months ago

Hi Mike, yes you can but not on all boats. Make sure you have at least 10 inches of clearance between your stock exit nozzle/venturi and the reverse gate. And make sure that the reverse is not attached to the same bracket as the steering nozzle.

 
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