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SeaPee 02-11-2006 03:35 PM

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When are The "Cyco" and "Redhead" ads going to have products that we can have a look at? I am keen as I am refurbiishing my ski boat over the winter and want to look at whats on the market eg. Foot throttle, steering wheels and boss, shifters, trim switches, etc.

Jon Fuller 02-11-2006 03:51 PM

I can't speak for Cyco, as their website is nothing to do with me.

However, the Redhead site will be up & running soon.

I'm actually waiting for Steve Salmon to return from an exhibition in Miami, and then we're going to be having a wee product photo session, and this stuff, plus more will be built into the redhead website, and it'll go live.

It'll have:

The full range of Salmon Powersports products

Various usefull rigging bits n bobs such as cable management & glands, SS fasteners tinned copper wire, adhesive shrink sleeve cable ends, etc, etc, etc.

Obviously there'll be stuff like boatmad tee shirts n hats.

I would also like to become a Faria instrument agent, and stockist for some of the more interesting Yankie kit, like Livorsi and Stainless Marine.

Captain Chaos 02-11-2006 04:21 PM

will you be able to supply any of the following:

'Dukes of Hazzard' style aerials?
'Splat' Stickers?
Fluffy steering wheel covers?

TheOrs 02-11-2006 04:29 PM

I quite fancy some blue neon downlighters...

or a chromed bee-sting aerial...

Jon Fuller 02-11-2006 05:08 PM

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Originally posted by Captain Chaos
will you be able to supply any of the following:

'Dukes of Hazzard' style aerials?
'Splat' Stickers?
Fluffy steering wheel covers?

Whilst none of the above will be featuring in the RedHead online shop, I happened upon another online shop developer during one of his 'stocking up' missions.

This could well be your lucky day mr Chaos!

Jon Fuller 02-11-2006 05:12 PM

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Just in case you're not able to see the details of this fine piece of merchandise (due to your blindness, brought on by your refusal to wear those boxing gloves at night) here's a close up, you little Pampered Princess you!

Captain Chaos 02-11-2006 05:46 PM

thanks darling ;)

Burty 02-11-2006 07:36 PM

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and fitted:D

Cyco 03-11-2006 05:09 PM

Re: Boatmad ads
 
Quote:

Originally posted by SeaPee
When are The "Cyco" and "Redhead" ads going to have products that we can have a look at? I am keen as I am refurbiishing my ski boat over the winter and want to look at whats on the market eg. Foot throttle, steering wheels and boss, shifters, trim switches, etc.
I am aiming to have the site up and running around the end of November.
Some of the items the site will detail are:

Shifters: Bow tank pick up and dump, gears single or twin+custom shifter enclosures.

Ski poles.

Transom plates. P20, P21 and custom.

Transom savers: plain or with boat name.

Boat trailers: Custom made non adjustable so no need to continually adjust. So far P20, Bernico 21, Seaquel 700xs.

Water pick ups, length variations to suit different hulls.

Foot throttles (hot foot), Foot throttle sliders.

Hose bezel kits to suit Alien cowlings.

Water outlet to suit Alein cowlings SST.

Dash fash plates: P20 or custom.

Protrim stainless steel brkt (to replace those rusting Mild steel ones) single or double.

Mercury Trim pump brkt, SST to reduce weight and current two brkt design that always seems to be loose for scrutineering.

This is just some of what is available now and what will be detailed on the web site.

Cyco

It's-Never-too-rough 30-12-2012 02:09 PM

Did this site ever happen?

Jon Fuller 30-12-2012 04:38 PM

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Originally Posted by It's-Never-too-rough (Post 229679)
Did this site ever happen?

Errrrr, no. That was 6/7 years ago!

Captain Chaos 31-12-2012 03:20 AM

yeh, back when streako had hair

Matt 31-12-2012 09:59 AM

:aaahhh:

It's-Never-too-rough 31-12-2012 12:56 PM

I realised it was a while ago.
I take it the sites either didn't happen or failed then?

Are there any similar sites in the UK?

scooby_hugh 31-12-2012 01:28 PM

Its a shame they didnt happen, id like some decent UK sites for rigging bits


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