Postby belmont » Sat Dec 17, 2011 12:16 am

Hey,

Thought i'd throw a few pics of the 1999 Air we recently picked up. Still needs a bit of work, but loving it so far.
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Postby fluffy » Sat Dec 17, 2011 9:10 am

belmont wrote:Hey,

Thought i'd throw a few pics of the 1999 Air we recently picked up. Still needs a bit of work, but loving it so far.


Nice rig mate, classic Nautique style.

Where in Sydney do you ride? Post up a few more pics when you get em.
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Postby lewy71 » Sat Dec 17, 2011 11:20 am

Belmont nice boat what colour is it hard to tell from the pictures.
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Postby macneil » Sun Dec 18, 2011 4:49 pm

does any one have some wake pics on the older mid mount nauts? getting a naut either way next year all job dependant on what i get weather it be new or old..

keen to see some wake pics but and how you had the boat loaded
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Postby schills » Sun Dec 18, 2011 9:22 pm

Ok Nautique owners what can you tell me about an SV211 ?

Whats the wake like with the standard 3 tank ballast and how well does the hydrogate work for slalom skiing?

Also do you find the rear seat layout to be annoying or is it an advantage?

Any opinions welcome.....
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Postby southern33 » Mon Dec 19, 2011 8:34 am

Get on board schills! Have had a few days out in a 211 before, i thought the wake was good, nowhere like a 210 size and not as lippy but was nice nonetheless and with extra weight could get quite big. Hydrogate wise we left it alone and my opinion is that it didnt make much difference. The interior layout with the walkthrough is conuenient but you obviously lose seating. From what i have been told the ski wash at faster speeds is pretty flat and soft but i havent skied behind one so cant comment. Have you sold the supra?
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Postby waxhead » Mon Dec 19, 2011 9:13 am

The walk through and seating is something that really attracted us to this model. I don't find the hydro gate to be overly influential of the shape/size of the wake. The ski wash is ok over 28mph or so. The wake for surfing and boarding is pretty great too. Never owned a supra though...
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Postby Chopper » Mon Dec 19, 2011 10:22 am

I'd be quite interested in what the surf wake is like on a 211 myself.

Anyone got pics of a 211 surf wave.?
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Postby waxhead » Mon Dec 19, 2011 10:53 am

Leaving for a couple of days on the river now. Will get a couple while I'm away.
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Postby lewy71 » Mon Dec 19, 2011 12:23 pm

Have a look at this thread from PN.
http://www.planetnautique.com/vb3/showt ... ight=SV211
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Postby Temet » Mon Dec 19, 2011 2:05 pm

A good mate of mine has a 211.
they are keen barefoot skiers and use the 211 for this along with boarding and skiing.
The seating is not a problem, just different and I like the idea of a walk through rather than stepping on seats.
I am no great boarder but the wake is still great on the 211. It still sends me skiwards! Best thing to do is ride behind it and test it out. Right in saying its not a 210 wake, but thats because it has other features that make it a crossover boat not dedicated wake boat.
You can wake surf behind it no worries, we have done this regulalrly and with just standard ballast tanks and sometimes only 2-4 people in the boat.
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Re: 211

Postby Chopper » Mon Dec 19, 2011 4:08 pm

Temet wrote:You can wake surf behind it no worries, we have done this regulalrly and with just standard ballast tanks and sometimes only 2-4 people in the boat.


That sounds like they have potential then.!
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Postby pjdave » Mon Dec 19, 2011 4:58 pm

We have always run one of these seats in the walkthrough. Not sure if they still sell them. Nautique jump seat,
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Postby waxhead » Thu Dec 22, 2011 9:06 am

211 Surf wake. My wife and friend in the boat (100kgs together) port tank full, belly tank half full, 180lt in the bow, 180lt in the port locker.
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Postby mcfender7 » Thu Dec 22, 2011 9:46 am

pjdave wrote:We have always run one of these seats in the walkthrough. Not sure if they still sell them. Nautique jump seat,

I was told them only came with new boats. They didn't actually sell them! Don't know if that's spot on or not though :?
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Postby Chopper » Thu Dec 22, 2011 9:57 am

mcfender7 wrote:
pjdave wrote:We have always run one of these seats in the walkthrough. Not sure if they still sell them. Nautique jump seat,

I was told them only came with new boats. They didn't actually sell them! Don't know if that's spot on or not though :?


Think they were a standard Team Edition item, and optional for others.
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Postby JBWake » Thu Dec 22, 2011 10:50 am

I think the jump seats were always an option. Even on the Team.

I'd have to go back through some of our old orders to check but from memory you always had to ask for them. That is why you don't see them very often.

They are really handy.
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Postby Steve » Thu Dec 22, 2011 8:24 pm

You can get them as a spare part but the cost is through the roof, eszpecially once it is shipped air freight... most people ordered them with a new boat (when they were available as an option) as this was the most cost effective way of getting one...
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Postby Urangatan » Thu Dec 22, 2011 9:29 pm

You can get one here. Pricey though!

http://www.nautiqueskins.com/Interior_P ... ories.html
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Postby Chopper » Thu Dec 22, 2011 10:26 pm

JBWake wrote:I think the jump seats were always an option. Even on the Team.

I'd have to go back through some of our old orders to check but from memory you always had to ask for them. That is why you don't see them very often.

They are really handy.


My spec sheet says they were standard on team package for 210 (for 03 anyway)
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Postby JBWake » Fri Dec 23, 2011 7:54 am

Very true Chopper I have a spec sheet for an 05 that has it listed as standard.

They must have only been standard for a couple of years as I remember a few times we had to pull the jump seat out of one boat to use in the next years boat.
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Postby fluffy » Fri Dec 23, 2011 9:48 am

waxhead wrote:211 Surf wake. My wife and friend in the boat (100kgs together) port tank full, belly tank half full, 180lt in the bow, 180lt in the port locker.


That's a nice wave without a ridiculous amount of weight... 8)
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Postby Chopper » Fri Dec 23, 2011 10:49 am

JBWake wrote:Very true Chopper I have a spec sheet for an 05 that has it listed as standard.

They must have only been standard for a couple of years as I remember a few times we had to pull the jump seat out of one boat to use in the next years boat.


Dealers probably taxed them.!
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Replacing decals

Postby mcfender7 » Sun Jan 08, 2012 8:22 pm

Hi everyone. I've got some replacement decals coming from Whitelake Marine. The originals have been trashed by fuel and the zip ties holding on the guide pole foam covers (rubbing against the side on the boat hard when driving it on on some our out super flat brisbane ramps). Im going to extend my guide poles by 2 feet before replacing decals.

So after all that do I just fit with soapy water and squeegee the air bubbles out?
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Re: Replacing decals

Postby Chopper » Mon Jan 09, 2012 12:23 pm

mcfender7 wrote:So after all that do I just fit with soapy water and squeegee the air bubbles out?


I've watched / assisted my vinyl guy put my larger factory decals on before. Looked fairly easy with him doing it and with me "holding here".

Dunno if I'd do it myself though.

He didn't use any soap product, just a spray bottle with water as a mist.

Did you buy some spares..... 8)
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Postby nevergrew » Mon Jan 09, 2012 6:05 pm

I deliberated for weeks whether to do my Ski Nautique decals myself, before just biting the bullet and doing it. I researched the shitt out of it though on technique / tools / method etc. I found the majority saying use water with a little bit of soap in it for lube - for ease of squeegeeing. I bought a plastic scraper with a blunt edge so it didn't hurt the sticker. I had some little bubbles that refused to come out but over time in the sun they've all disappeared.

If your too scared a signwriter will do it for you.
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Postby mcfender7 » Mon Jan 09, 2012 6:36 pm

I used to do a sh#t load of sticker work in years gone by in my previous sporting interest so i'm fairly confident in the squeegee and soap method. And if that was what you found was best after researching it Nevergrew it puts me at ease more too. Thanks.

And Chop i got the replacement decals for 120 bucks each, so if i did stuff one up it'd be disappointing but at least i won't start crying :D
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Postby doofuss » Mon Jan 09, 2012 8:24 pm

nevergrew wrote:I deliberated for weeks whether to do my Ski Nautique decals myself, before just biting the bullet and doing it. I researched the shitt out of it though on technique / tools / method etc. I found the majority saying use water with a little bit of soap in it for lube - for ease of squeegeeing. I bought a plastic scraper with a blunt edge so it didn't hurt the sticker. I had some little bubbles that refused to come out but over time in the sun they've all disappeared.

If your too scared a signwriter will do it for you.


The trick to getting rid of little air bubbles that refuse to move is to simply pop them with a needle, then rub them back flat....works a treat every time....
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Postby nevergrew » Mon Jan 09, 2012 8:45 pm

doofuss wrote:
nevergrew wrote:I deliberated for weeks whether to do my Ski Nautique decals myself, before just biting the bullet and doing it. I researched the shitt out of it though on technique / tools / method etc. I found the majority saying use water with a little bit of soap in it for lube - for ease of squeegeeing. I bought a plastic scraper with a blunt edge so it didn't hurt the sticker. I had some little bubbles that refused to come out but over time in the sun they've all disappeared.

If your too scared a signwriter will do it for you.


The trick to getting rid of little air bubbles that refuse to move is to simply pop them with a needle, then rub them back flat....works a treat every time....


I did think about that Doof, but a bloke I know said to just leave them and they'll go away in the sun........and they did thankfully !!
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Postby Ken » Tue Jan 10, 2012 2:24 pm

I've also found that the sun will suck them out in no time.
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Postby Chopper » Tue Jan 10, 2012 2:48 pm

I've also found air bubbles will dissapear over time with sun heat.

resist the pin prick trick. you run the risk of gunk getting under your decal through the hole. Maybe keep it as a last resort.
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Postby mcfender7 » Wed Jan 18, 2012 10:25 am

I just fitted a new gas strut to my glovebox! Oh the joy................ :lol:
No more crushed fingers. Best 20 bucks i've spent in a while
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Postby Ken » Wed Jan 18, 2012 10:37 am

First thing I did to mine was replace that bloody glovebox strut, actually it was the second thing.
The first thing was get yelled at by the wife for having the lid crash down onto her hand... :lol:
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Postby mcfender7 » Wed Jan 18, 2012 11:07 am

Ha ha ha Ken. Yeah it's such a small thing but so damn annoying. I wanna take the boat out just to open and close the glovebox numerous times :lol:
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Postby nevergrew » Wed Jan 18, 2012 11:17 am

First thing I did to mine was rip the lid right off !! It's a great design on the 2001's, shame the windscreen gets in the way of it fully opening :?
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Postby cuzzo » Tue Jan 24, 2012 9:04 pm

Hi all, just a quick question. Has anyone here ran an O.J prop and if so what did you think of it. The reason I ask is I can get a hold of a new 13 x 16 O.J prop for our 210, to have / run as well as our power prop. I have had an ACME 13.25 x 16 on our old 210 and it worked well, will the quarter of an inch be an issue??? Cheers Cuzzo
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Nautique pricing

Postby Eppalocknessmonster » Wed Feb 01, 2012 10:22 pm

Hi all, I've owned a 2001 SAN on with 1 week old upholstory, (custom made and sent from the nautique in the US), not a scratch on th hull (never beached) boat cover, single axle trailer, full Ballast plus port, starboard, belly and bow bags and tsunami pumps, tower racks and speakers, everything in excellent condition and 580 hrs on the clock.

A mate is looking at putting some money up and buying into it.

Wondering if anyone has any idea what it might be currently worth so when he puts in we can work out a reasonable percentage of ownership?

Cheers for the help!

And we have owned boats together in the past and we've found it's the way to go!
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Postby Eppalocknessmonster » Wed Feb 01, 2012 10:24 pm

Sorry " I've owned a 2001 SAN for about 4 years"

Wondering what it is currently worth approximately
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Postby Ken » Thu Feb 02, 2012 6:08 am

I would suggest in the low 40's. The single axle trailer takes a few thousand off IMHO.

I am all for boat partnerships (in one myself) but if you've owned the boat solo for 4 years - why change?
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Re: Nautique Thread

Postby waxhead » Wed Feb 22, 2012 7:57 am

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Re: Nautique Thread

Postby ridermick » Mon Mar 05, 2012 8:49 pm

here is mine and its for sale.. http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/170796791269 ... 520wt_1398
and in the classifieds http://wake.com.au/buysell/single_ad.php?ad_id=3411
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Re: Nautique Thread

Postby jabba101 » Wed Mar 07, 2012 12:50 pm

ridermick wrote:here is mine and its for sale.. http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/170796791269 ... 520wt_1398
and in the classifieds buysell/single_ad.php?ad_id=3411


if only i had the cash nice boat good luck with the sale..
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Postby marks » Sat Mar 10, 2012 4:47 pm

Hope someone might be able to help. Been trying to decide which boat to buy and think I have decided to get myself a 2007+ SAN 210 Team for next summer.

To make sure i can work out where to store it i just need the dimensions on a trailer including tower up and down if possible.

Thanks
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Postby nevergrew » Thu Mar 15, 2012 6:27 pm

Been getting some good water on my hols. Loving my old schooler !!
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Re: Nautique Thread

Postby way1fast1 » Thu Mar 15, 2012 6:57 pm

love the reflections in that bottom pic Nevergrew, there is just something about old Nauts...
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Postby AndrewC » Wed Apr 11, 2012 12:01 pm

This thread has been a bit quiet lately, so just thought I'd share my latest project. Still need to find time to install them tho.

Back lit green (hard to see in picture but looks nice at night) nautique lettering to go on the back side step part of an easytow trailer.
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Postby Chopper » Wed Apr 11, 2012 12:32 pm

mcfender7 wrote:I just fitted a new gas strut to my glovebox! Oh the joy................ :lol:
No more crushed fingers. Best 20 bucks i've spent in a while
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Nice one.

Where did you get it from.?
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Postby 14nce » Wed Apr 11, 2012 3:06 pm

Chopper wrote:
mcfender7 wrote:I just fitted a new gas strut to my glovebox! Oh the joy................ :lol:
No more crushed fingers. Best 20 bucks i've spent in a while
:roll:


Nice one.

Where did you get it from.?


it stopped working again the very next weekend :lol:
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