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What Bird for the Bow? #13501208 04/04/20 07:10 AM
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My new Blazer Bay will be arriving soon. I am installing my Solix SI DI in the. Dash. My plan is to mount my live scope up on the bow, and I want to mount another Humminbird on the bow and use the transducer in the Ulterra. What Humminbird model should I use if I am going to use the transducer in the trolling motor? I don’t want to buy more sonar capability than what the transducer can support.


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Re: What Bird for the Bow? [Re: BlueTuna] #13501268 04/04/20 11:25 AM
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What one of the three transducer types does the Ulterra have--- US2, MDI, or MSI?
The DI G2 will use the US2 or MDI.
The SI G2 will use the US2, the MDI, and the MSI


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Re: What Bird for the Bow? [Re: BlueTuna] #13501551 04/04/20 03:03 PM
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After looking at the Minn Kota site it appears the trolling motor is equipped with a Mega Down Imaging transducer. If I use an Ethernet cable and switch, then the unit up front can work off my Solix transducer on the transom, as well as share the lake master map card?


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