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Old 25 March 2018, 16:02   #1
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yamaha 703 and 704 control

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are these two fully compatible, my outboard came with 704 top mount controller, its a lovely controller but i don't have anyway to mount it, unless i make some type of box section then attach to side of inside panel,outboard also came with gauges ( digital ones ) which all worked with the outboard.
what im trying to find out is, could i just get a 703 side mount controller and will it be compatible, again the outboard was all set up ready to go so i would of guessed the throttle and gear cables would just go straight into a 703 and electrics should also have the same plugs ?

your help is appreciated
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Old 25 March 2018, 17:28   #2
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Message Davie here on the forum hes a yamaha dealer and can probably supply you a 703 that's compatible at a realy good price
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Old 26 March 2018, 13:41   #3
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I have plenty 703 side mount which is a straight plug and play job. The only problem may be the length of cable. The 704 should have an 8 metre minimum where the 703 will only have 5 metre. Measure from the control to engine, you do get a 2 metre and 3 metre extension if to short.
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Old 26 March 2018, 15:04   #4
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Hi Davie
only just got back home and got your message. i spoke with someone from BHG this morning, and they confirmed there compatible the 703 and 704, the chap also mentioned the only other difference is 7 or 10 pin.
The issue a have is the bayliner came with a flush mounted teleflex control, which i removed when i sold the outboard that was on the boat, which has now left me with a square hole in the side panel, the good thing about the teleflex control was it was flush mounted and all the wires and cables where out of view behind the side panel.
i can not fit this 704 no way of mounting it, so i was thinking just to go for a 703 and cover the hole, but the guy at BHG also mentioned there was a yamaha flush mounted controller, not the very new ones as the are digital controlled but the was a mechanical one. are you aware of this one, i was thinking this could be the one to go for as all wires and cables would go behind the side panel . or just go with 703 and cover the hole
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Old 26 March 2018, 17:01   #5
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teleflex now removed
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Old 26 March 2018, 17:25   #6
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this was the one i was thinking of
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this was the one i was thinking of
That's still plug and play. I assume you have the ignition switch and kill cord? You just plug in the cable with the two browns,black,blue,red and green straight in. These wires are for the neutral start switch and the power trim switch. It's that easy!
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Old 27 March 2018, 01:38   #8
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That's still plug and play. I assume you have the ignition switch and kill cord? You just plug in the cable with the two browns,black,blue,red and green straight in. These wires are for the neutral start switch and the power trim switch. It's that easy!
hi davie
yes i have a small yamaha panel with kill switch, choke, and ignition. i was going to try and use the ones already in place ( bayliner ones ) if not i was going to separate them off the yamaha panel and install them to places on the dash.
Do you have one of these controls ( 6x3 ) ?
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You can easy use the Bayliner ign switch and kill switch. Yes I have plenty of the 6X3 boxes. These are new in box £140 inc vat and inc post to mainland uk.
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hi davie
yes i have a small yamaha panel with kill switch, choke, and ignition. i was going to try and use the ones already in place ( bayliner ones ) if not i was going to separate them off the yamaha panel and install them to places on the dash.
Do you have one of these controls ( 6x3 ) ?
If you fancy selling the 704, I need a new one for my yammie
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