Teleflex Seastar I Steering Kit with patented No FeedBack System provides smooth, efficient steering for single outboards up to 300 HP or twin counter-rotating outboards up to 600 HP. This Teleflex steering system can be used on large boats and still provide effortless steering up to 60 MPH.
The low friction hydraulic steering system easily turns from lock to lock with 5 rotations of the helm. Pivot design allows independent engine tilt in twin engine installations. Multiple engines require the use of a tie bar. The Seastar I kit compatible with most outboards made after 1984.
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NOTE: Hoses are not included in this kit. HO51 Series hoses must be ordered separately. While the Seastar I is compatible with multiple engine configurations, such applications require a tie bar.
The HK6400 steering package features include: Teleflex's patentend No Feedback lock valves, low friction hydraulic steering, a compact helm design requiring only a 4 7/16'' area with only 3'' dash hole (tilt requires a larger hole), standard 3/4'' tapered steering shaft.
Seastar I Steering Kit HK6400 Includes:
Teleflex Sea Star 1.7 Helm
Inboard / Outboard:
A must have for enjoyable boating
Everything thing you need is in the kit except the hoses.Retrofitting the helm was necessary for me as the cable helm is larger than the hydraulic. Shaping a piece of starboard over the old hole then redrilling was necessary. The rest of the job was simple.
Great Item for the value
Hardest thing to put in this kit is taking the old one out.This is a very easy kit to put in and very clean looking kit.Would recommend this to anyone with an outboard. Only thing I would suggest though. Is when you measure for the hydo lines is measure for the length you need and add 2 feet. The adaptor to hook the lines into are facing the wrong direction. But for a purpose. When you turn your enigine you need a loop to where the loop takes up the slack and gives line when you turn the engine. Lines can not be tight cause the cyclinder moves. We measured 14 feet which were right on the money for length but we need 16's for extra slack for steering cylinder to move. Suppose there is about 10 inches of movement.