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Old 03-04-2009, 09:54 PM   #11
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On a long sweeping corner do they want to level the boat out? Can you turn them off at any time and just use the manual controls?


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Old 03-04-2009, 10:41 PM   #12
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On a long sweeping corner do they want to level the boat out?NO...there is a couple of accelerometers in the computer controller that senses turns...the boat handles normally...ok..let me rephrase that...on a long sweeping turn..the boat will remain level..on a tight power turn where the boat is leaning at say 15 degs or more..they do not react..... .... Can you turn them off at any time and just use the manual controls?yes..all you have to do is hit a trim button and the computer senses you want to go manual...to turn it back on...you have to hit the pwr button again...or select the off button and it becomes manual........


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Hey SP

Glad to hear you got it worked out.

Do the tabs go all the way off when on plane or do they stay down a little?
I mean for bow rise not side to side leveling.

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they will drop all the way down until the bow drops..then retract to keep the bow level...they adjust for level trim after that....


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I installed on my 3200SCR last year and they work great. Had the same problem with the relay and I also wound up replacing the pump as the valves were leaking and the causing the pump to work overtime trying to keep up with the controller commands. Bennett has an exchange program for the pump which is much cheaper than buying one outright. I agree, the instructions need some work. It also took me forever to find the 20 amp fuse to the trim pump so I could swap out with the 3 amp. Finnaly found it next to my battery switches.
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