TurboSwing. If you tow tubes or water-skiers behind your boat then you most likely have a tow post or tow bar mounted at the back of your boat. A post can be a mission to install, depending on the layout. An alternative is you can make a bridle that spans the stern cleats and the tow rope attaches to the center of the bridle. But what if you do not have cleats or a post? Here comes TurboSwing.
TurboSwing is a stainless tube that is centered on your outboard engine and attaches to the outboard bracket. This looks like a strong setup and is fairly simple to attach. The outboard bracket is normally the strongest point on the transom. The tube has rollers that attach the tow rope and allow a pull that is a large angle from centerline.
TurboSwing can be used for single or double outboards. The engine manufacturers that work with TurboSwing are: Yamaha, Mercury, Honda, Suzuki and Evinrude.
An inflatable rep told me that the new TurboSwing was the most popular accessory that he sells. He told me most owners are doing the installation themselves.
The Turboswing is the ideal option for RIBs and sports boats,and gives you the ultimate water skiing, wakeboarding or fun tubing experience. It is a tow bar that can be installed on the motor bracket using just two holders and the bracket bolts, without needing to remove the outboard motor. The tow rope is attached to the EZpulley that runs smoothly around the motor cowl. As a result, the pull force acting on the tow rope and the propulsive thrust force of the motor converge at the point of rotation of the boat. The TurboSwing offers perfect directional stability and response, a tow rope that always remains above the wake, a lower planing speed and a higher top speed. This means that the driver has full control and greater comfort. The skiers movements and tricks are much smoother.