SXW9510-30

Nauticus Smart Tabs SX Series

Nauticus Smart Tabs SX Series

Description

The Nauticus Smart Tabs SX Series incorporates all of the full automatic features of the popular Smart Tabs, in addition to the rust and corrosion free benefits of molded composite materials.

Features

  • Smoother And Faster Acceleration- Great For Skiing
  • 40% Less Bow Rise And 35% Lower On Plane Speed- Great For Tubing
  • More Top Speed And No Porpoising Or China Walking
List Price
$149.99
Your Price
$110.49
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Details

 Assembly can be completed in seconds and the installation in a few minutes. The only tools required are a drill with a 3/16" bit and a Phillips screw driver. Smart Tabs SX provide un-equaled performance and durability with no maintenance in fresh or salt water. The system can be specifically tuned to maximize the performance of any power boat, and Tracking Ribs have been added to improve handling at higher speeds.

Smart Tabs are a one of a kind trim and stabilizer system that automatically adjusts to the sea conditions, without the need for expensive electric or hydraulic hardware and switches. The system constantly reacts to the water conditions, boat speed, and balance providing a remarkable improvement on any boat.

Performance Benefits:

  • Improves Handling and Smoother Ride In Any Water
  • Improved Fuel Economy (11% +)


Assembly & Installation In Minutes:

  • Complete assembly and mounting requires only a drill, a 3/16" bit, and a phillips screw driver
  • The Integral design eliminates the need for wrenches
  • All components "lock" together with self locking clevis pins
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Nauticus Smart Tabs SX Series SXW9510-30 Smart Tabs SX Series, 9.5" x 10", with 30lb Actuator, White
$110.49
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Nauticus Smart Tabs SX 9.5" x 10" w/40lb Actuator - White SXW9510-40 Smart Tabs SX Series, 9.5" x 10", with 40lb Actuator, White
$110.49
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Nauticus Smart Tabs SX 9.5" x 10" w/80lb Actuator - White SXW9510-80 Smart Tabs SX Series, 9.5" x 10", with 80lb Actuator, White
$110.49
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Nauticus Smart Tabs SX 9.5" x 10" w/60lb Actuator - White SXW9510-60 Smart Tabs SX Series, 9.5" x 10"m with 60lb Actuator, White
$110.49
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Nauticus Trim Plate Retractor Kit PR500 Trim plate retractor kit
$42.48
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