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Old 02 July 2013, 11:50   #11
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Country: UK - England
Town: Wirral & Caernarfon
Boat name: That's Enuff
Make: Revenger & Avon SR4
Length: 7m +
Engine: Honda 150HP & 50HP
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Originally Posted by matt h View Post
blocking does help a lot on take off, im running the yam 40 f/s which is heavier than the two stroke, it was doing the stern dance on take off, now it just dances on command.. I bonded the transducer through the rear hole. and sat it down on a thick bed of silicone and squished it to the floor. the connector was passed up thought the centre of the hull 1/2 way up an pulled through a pre cut hole going through a deck gland (home made)
depth sounder works perfectly
yeh, though that take off may be a bit sluggish, but there again that may not be a bad thing at my age I'll have another look at bonding the transducer in when the hull comes back with new console / jockey seats fitted, but in no rush to fit a gps / chartploter yet, got all winter to sort that out. we fitted a thru hull transducer along with a garmin 4008 to the revenger a few years back, brilliant piece of kit, but expensive when compared to the 720/50
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