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Accusync Twin Dual Engine Marine Synchronizer Inboard & Outbrd W/box Glendinning on

US $275.00

Avon, Connecticut, United States

Avon, Connecticut, United States



One just sold new on Ebay for just under $1000

Sturdy AccuSync� controls twin engines accurately and effortlessly. It fits all gas & diesel inboards and outboards providing smooth control at your fingertips.


  • Easy Operation - No more locking one throttle lever at wide open
  • No more engine speed lag during engine speed changes
  • No more steer-offs during engine speed changes
  • Smooth and stable control at all engine speeds
  • Freedom to operate engines at different speeds without switching off
  • Fits all twin engine outboards, diesels, and gasoline powered boats
  • Works with single and multi-station throttle control configurations
  • Easiest installation and setup on the market

AccuSync™ performs the job of synchronizing your mechanically controlled marine engines automatically when-ever you set the engine speed of both engines within approximately 15% or less of each other! AccuSync™ works continuously and effortlessly to synchronize your engines as you move both throttle levers to any selected speed from idle to wide open. A major benefit and convenience of AccuSync™ is that it gives you the freedom to operate each engine at different speeds whenever you need. AccuSync™ is very accurate, its digital control, controls smoothly at all speeds. No more steer-offs from the follower engine lagging behind the lead engine on accels and decels. The new AccuSync™ design eliminates all acceleration and deceleration problems of conventional synchronizers.

AccuSync™ is backed by one of the strongest names in the industry today for high quality throttle management systems. Sturdy is a QS9000/ISO9001 & TS16949 Certified Organization which strives to produce today's most reliable and best value products in the marine business. We are proud to offer our industry leading 3 year warranty on the AccuSync™ Twin Engine Synchronizer. Its also won the two most prestigious innovation awards offered in the marine industry. They are the IMTEC and Motorboat & Sailing Innovation of the year awards.



  • Size: 13.5”L X 8.0”W X 3.4”H (343L x 203W x 86D mm)

  • Weight: 6.9 lbs. (3.08 kg)

  • Construction: Black powder-coated zinc die cast housing with stainless

    steel arms and springs on a black powder-coated aluminum mounting bracket.


  • 12 Volt DC nominal operating voltage

    (9 to 16 maximum range)

  • Current: 4 amps maximum

    0.9 amps nominal when controlling

    0.1 amps quiescent state

  • Polarity and over-voltage protected


    • Operating temperature: -10°C to +85°C

    • Storage temperature: -55°C to +105°C

    • EMC tested and certified to SAE J1113-1 Class C & 3, 21, 41

    • Salt spray resistant to 96 hours ASTM B117-73


    • Fits all diesel and gasoline inboard and I/O engines

    • Fits all outboard engines

    • Fits all series 30 mechanical throttle control cables 

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