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#11381507 - 01/30/16 09:24 PM Where should I mount my transducer?
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I mounted the transducer for the helix 9 si in a pretty good spot I thought,but it getting disturbance when im going over 5 mph. where should I mount it guys?




Edited by Grenadaslabs (01/30/16 09:28 PM)
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#11381603 - 01/30/16 10:15 PM Re: Where should I mount my transducer? [Re: Tx_ThumpAddict]
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make sure the transducer can get smooth water flow from the hull (flat surface behind it). It looks like the transducer is in front of one of the ribs on the bottom of the hull which could cause disturbance.

Also looks like the transducer needs to be leveled.



Edited by javelin150 (01/30/16 10:21 PM)

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#11381633 - 01/30/16 10:42 PM Re: Where should I mount my transducer? [Re: Tx_ThumpAddict]
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thanks for the input javelin,would you move it about 5 inches to the right?
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#11381644 - 01/30/16 10:52 PM Re: Where should I mount my transducer? [Re: Tx_ThumpAddict]
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I think that would work better

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#11383298 - 02/01/16 07:39 AM Re: Where should I mount my transducer? [Re: javelin150]
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Originally Posted By: javelin150
make sure the transducer can get smooth water flow from the hull (flat surface behind it). It looks like the transducer is in front of one of the ribs on the bottom of the hull which could cause disturbance.

Also looks like the transducer needs to be leveled.



Hit the nail on the head for sure! Level/move the trans and you should be golden

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