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Old 29 September 2014, 12:11   #1
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Suzuki remotes!?

Hi gents, I have an old suzuki lying around and I was wondering if you can only use suzuki remotes on a suzuki outboard??

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Old 29 September 2014, 20:11   #2
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Depends on whether you need electrics or just throttle & shift. What Soozook is it? Electric start, PTT, etc.?
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Old 30 September 2014, 12:06   #3
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It's an old dt28. I'm guessing I could wire up the ignition, choke, kill cord separately?
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It is electric start and hasn't got PTT.
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If you sort the electrics separately then any control box running 33c cables would be ok to work the throttle & shift. You could use a Yam, Honda, Tohatsu, Soozook or a generic aftermarket control box. You could use a Mercury/Quicksilver box, but you'd need to use hybrid Yamahariner cables which are Merc at the control box end & 33c at the noisy end.
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Oh that's good news.
I did have an old box with cables but at the engine end the distance from the outer sleeve (on a bracket on the side of the engine) to the selector arm wasn't long enough. I think that makes sense.
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Trevor G had a DT75 nicked but I'm sure he still has a set of remotes?
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I havwe even mixed bits of control, box in the past to get something running!

Yeah, separate electrics is a dawdle - arguably easier than in the remotes as remotes aren't wonderfully waterproof, and you canaccess the back of a panel so much more easily. but remember with thr electric start you will need to make a new loom to go between the panel & the remotes for the anti start in gear switch..... unless you think you will never accidentally start it in gear WOT......
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Trevor G had a DT75 nicked but I'm sure he still has a set of remotes?

How can I ask Trevor G if he still has the remotes?
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You can send him a private message.
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