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Old 04-10-2017, 07:08 PM
Ichthyguy Ichthyguy is offline
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I like that bracket idea, looks clean. Windshields are so over-rated.
Not when it's cold out.

Agreed, Just commenting, because mostbof us no longer can see out of our windshield because or electronics are in the way.
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Old 04-20-2017, 09:51 PM
06x6spdGTO 06x6spdGTO is offline
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Added another HDS-9 Gen3 at the Bow, all linked in with Point-1 and StructureScan 3D. Still have the Garmin 73sv Chirp w/ GT52 Ducer as a backup on the bow also.
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Old 05-07-2017, 07:36 AM
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Here is the latest install on my 2013 Lund Tyee 1800.

Solix 15 SI (Dual Mega Transducer + Dual Beam 200/83)
Onix 10 SI ( 2D AirMar TM150)
Onix 8 Combo which can be run either at the stern or the Bow.
FishHawk X4
Garmin GPSMAP 620 for additional mapping
Depth transducer for my Cannon Digi Troll downriggers.
Ulterra 80 with i-Pilot Link / Bluetooth


Pretty happy about the whole setup.

Ben
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Old 05-22-2017, 10:28 AM
Tim W Tim W is offline
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That looks awesome.

Are you able to read depth at high speed?

I have a Lund Impact 1875 with a Helix 10 DI. I have tried moving the transducer up, down, sideways and every other direction you can imagine. I even went as far as to buy a 2-D transducer and a Y-cable. Hooked everything up and still can't get it to read at speeds over 25 MPH.

When I look at the bottom of the transom at plane speed I see a huge bubble trail. The Impact has a double row of rivets running clear across the bottom edge of the transom. No way to get away from it.

Not sure if the Tyee is the same. Ant info will help.

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Tim
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Old 05-22-2017, 04:08 PM
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That looks awesome.

Are you able to read depth at high speed?

I have a Lund Impact 1875 with a Helix 10 DI. I have tried moving the transducer up, down, sideways and every other direction you can imagine. I even went as far as to buy a 2-D transducer and a Y-cable. Hooked everything up and still can't get it to read at speeds over 25 MPH.

When I look at the bottom of the transom at plane speed I see a huge bubble trail. The Impact has a double row of rivets running clear across the bottom edge of the transom. No way to get away from it.

Not sure if the Tyee is the same. Ant info will help.

Thanks
Tim
I can get reading over 25 MPH but I will loose it at top speed, probably due to turbulence from the mega ducer. I use to have the same setup with non mega ducer and I was able to get reading even at top speed. I will try to fix it once the water warm up a bit.
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