SeaStar Solutions have put boaters in command and control of their vessels for over 60 years. From throttle and shift control cables to a new boat hydraulic steering bleeding kit, to instrumentation and repair parts for your engine and drive, SeaStar Solutions (formerly Teleflex) continues to lead the recreational marine industry with innovation, quality and a commitment to supplying boat builders, dealers and boaters with the boat steering kit parts they need, when they need them.
It’s this dedication that has kept SeaStar Solutions® at the forefront of the industry.
No FeedBack Steering for Outboards (NFB)
A boat hydraulic steering kit exist in all outboard powered boats. These steering loads are actually turning energy from your engine’s propeller. NFB steering locks out the prop feedback load which causes hard to handle steering.
With NFB the wheel doesn’t turn until you turn it.
How to measure boat steering kit cables
Measure cable routing path from wheel centre line to engine
connection as follows:
• A – Centre line of wheel to gunwale (or deck, if routed downward)
• B – Dash to transom
• C – Gunwale to centre line of cable connection at centred tiller
For cable installations through the engine tilt tube – Add A, B and C, then add 150mm, then round up to the next size. Order that length cable.
For cable mounted to transom, splashwell or stringer – Add A,B and C, then subtract 150mm and round up to the next size.
Order that length cable.
Replacement of existing cable:
If possible, find the part number stamped on the plastic jacket of the old cable. If you removed the old cable, measure the replacement cable as per the diagrams on the right.
SeaStar Solutions® Boat Steering Kit – Quick Connect 3.0 Turn
SeaStar Solutions® Boat Steering Kit – (No FeedBack) Safe-T II
SeaStar Solutions® Boat Steering Kit – (No FeedBack) 4.2 Rotary
SeaStar Solutions® Boat Steering Kit – HPS 3.0 Turn Planetary Gearing
SeaStar Solutions® Boat Steering Kit – XTREME
SeaStar Solutions® Boat Steering Kit – The Rack
Seastar solutions was previously know as Teleflex Steering and Morse controls.