Transom mount transducers—while they are the easiest to install, can be the hardest to get working properly at speed. Fine
adjustments are needed for good high speed performance.
Please check the following for troubleshooting your transom mount transducer:
The picture below illustrates lowering and angling your transom mount.
One thing every all of us boaters comes to understand, we’re at the mercy of the weather and checking out the forecast is just part of the deal. To help you get a quick read on the forecast, we’ve worked up this quick list of useful weather apps for your tablet and smart phone.
We recommend using 3M 5200 marine sealant.
The approximate dry weight of the 2005 SV17 is 1,430.
In 2005 all models used 3M 5200 marine sealant.
The best location for jack stands would be both sides of the transom and one under the keel.
First, the Front legs need to go into the small notches which intersect the front console face and console front seat. In the rear, the back legs need to go inline with the back face. Below, there are
aluminum plates under the floor for the legs of your top. Additionally, the floor is cored with 3/4″ structural foam with glass on both sides and then the 1/4″ aluminum plate.
Please Note: Located at the center of the cockpit under the floor board is the fuel tank, when adding your top be aware of this location and avoid drilling in this area. Also be aware that the fuel fill hose is on the port side about 10″ forward of the back face of console. From the inspection hatch, you’d be unable to determine the fuel line’s direction and path.
This knowledge base entry is meant to serve as basic information for the installation of a third-party, aftermarket top. Before attempting any such an install, we strongly recommend you seek professional assistance.
Call it what you will, blue-water fever, inshore, flats, we all have our preferences when it comes to our favorite species of fish and the waters we enjoy. As for how we get there, the styles of boats are endless from small skiffs or bay boats to large sport-fishing battle wagons. What might not be clear to a would-be angler, what are the real, down and dirty differences between offshore and inshore fishing?
Did you purchase or work on a Composite Research boat in 2016? If so, chances are you or your local wrench might have asked one of the following top five boating service and maintenance questions.