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  1. #13
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    Quote Originally Posted by GeoFisher View Post
    Yes, there are a few settings to tell the motor to "sneak" up to the spot, and a couple to tell the motor the weight of the boat.

    Without those being RIGHT, you're effed.

    Thanks Geo. So I need to go into some settings on the unit? I assume that is on the hand control? I guess I will do some research.

  2. #14
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    Dec 1969
    Louisville, KY
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    Input on Spot Lock

    Thank you everyone for the input on this. I probably will not be able to get it until next season; but being convinced it works; I am going to get one.

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    Check out BBG marine they had the best prices that I found for me and customer service was great.
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  4. #16
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    Louisville, Ky
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    They tend to go overboard if it's the Gen 2 and you do not have a compass linked to it. The puck makes a huge difference. And, yes, you can adjust the motor to compensate for having too much or too little motor on the boat. They have a chart where you can see if you need to change it or not based on the weight of your boat and the thrust of the motor.
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