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2002 Super Air Nautique Team Edition

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  • 2002 Super Air Nautique Team Edition

    I bought this boat back in August 2019. 3rd owner. Since then I have been slowly upgrading it. Figured I should post some pictures and document the process. Previous owner guesstimated around 500 hours. Installed new gauge day one so I could track hours. GT-40 motor

    2002 Super Air Nautique Team Edition
    •Replaced broken teleflex gauges with Faria’s
    •removed all carpet installed monstaliner and then sea deck
    •installed new kicker speakers through entire boat and Rockford amp
    •painted dash black
    •added second battery
    *new starter and starting solenoid
    •replaced rusted alternator pulley
    •new plugs, changed all fluids, and impeller
    * Bluetooth stereo and transom remote
    • refinished teak platform
    * removed all decals in attempted to buff out oxidation
    * boat plug underwater lihnt
    • new G boat / paragon steering wheel
    * new interior
    *removed hard tanks in rear and center and replaced with bags
    •bow sac bag

    more to come!
    Attached Files

  • #2
    New interior and decals removed
    Attached Files


    • #3
      Nice work! I think that steering wheel and vinyl and seadek looks great! Really updated the boat
      2009 Super Air Nautique 210 TE
      2006 Super Air Nautique 210 TE
      1989 Sport Nautique


      • #4
        Absolutely love the interior. Wet sanding looks like it worked great for you. Just my 2 cents, I can tell you dropped some dough on the vinyl for this and the steering wheel (love btw) but I wouldnít have gone the cheap route on SeaDek. If you make the templates yourself and send to a fabricator, I think prices are fairly reasonable and an independent fabricator is not charging as much as SeaDek themselves and they are buying their sheets from SeaDek. Check out this thread below that I started, maybe youíve seen it? Itís got contact information if you ever want to get some prices. Derek is great to work with and I have sent a lot of people to him. I think that would really send this project over the top. I plan to do my floor eventually but need to have a winter where Iím not recovering from knee surgery, which has been the last 2...

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        • #5
          Yeah I totally agree. I definitely plan to redo the seadeck correctly. It was the first thing I did and trying to save a few bucks will end up costing me in the end. I also need to level the ski locker door and the gas tank floor cover to finish it correctly. I just popped off the windshield today for powder coat more to come!


          • #6
            While you've got the glass out of the frame, if you have any desire to tint the windshield, now would be the time. They can get the tint closer to the edges of the glass so the frame and rubber covers up the edges. I had mine tinted before I powder coated the frame and it looked good but I had the tint redone while the glass was out of the frame for powder coat and it turned out way better.


            • #7
              Some updates....
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              • #8
                Two questions:

                Whats was the step by step to get the engine cover to a walk through? (A few threads on this...but curious as to what you did)

                Did you use self leveling gel coat epoxy after carpet removal and sanding? Or what type of role on.....and did you like it.



                • #9
                  It actually wasn't too bad. I cant speak for my Vinyl guy because he obviously had to customize that part but after that I just applied a can of gel coat and sea dek.