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    • Nitrousbird

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      1 hour ago, braindamage said:

      the price of viable options have gone down dramatically in the last 3 years. You can now get a suction device that's quick and easy for cheap.

      i love this system, but it's priced waaay out of the current market.

      Think about this. To get a properly setup surf boat, you are looking at 25k minimum and likely spending a lot more. I wouldn't say that price is out of the market at all. 

      Someone with a 40k boat wants a automates surf system but doesn't want to spend another 30k to get a little newer used boat with one - this makes it a very viable option. 

      If I can't convince the wife on a boat upgrade for next year, the GSA (or something similar) will be getting installed.  

      A block on the side of the boat adds nothing to resale.  An automated system does. 

    • wakebrdr94

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      44 minutes ago, RyanB said:

      If you think QC is bad on a boat, venture over to an RV forum.  We have very little to complain about here.

      As I just bought a travel trailer yesterday....

    • 50 minutes ago, braindamage said:

      the price of viable options have gone down dramatically in the last 3 years. You can now get a suction device that's quick and easy for cheap.

      i love this system, but it's priced waaay out of the current market.

      You hit the nail on the head by referring to GSA as a SYSTEM.

      Not an apples to apples comparison with the devices. So completely different audience in the current market.

      Which is better would be determined by the requirements/expectations of the buyer.  Starting season three with my GSA with absolutely no regrets.

       

    • 23LSVOwner

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      19 hours ago, DarkSide said:

      OK as I got more people requesting this is started a thread in off topic.

      They actually stay in the spray booth for the entire gel application. No remasking between coats as it is all cone before the hull/deck goes into the booth. They mask it where the biggest spray is shot first, next biggest spray, etc. They allow time to get a good tack between coats, pull the lines and plastic masking over the areas for the next color, clean them up if necessary and them move to the next color, etc until all of the gel is finished.

       

    • If you think QC is bad on a boat, venture over to an RV forum.  We have very little to complain about here.

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