Author Topic: Helix 10 Si G2n Mega transducer location  (Read 362 times)

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Offline soopd

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Helix 10 Si G2n Mega transducer location
« on: February 15, 2018, 10:15:12 AM »
I am trying to install a Helix 10 Si G2n Mega transducer on an aluminum SeaArk ZX180. I thought about installing the transducer above the drain plug in front of the lower unit if I have enough clearance. I know I will not get on plane readings, however, I will address that with another transducer where I have one installed now.   Will the drain plug effect my si or my di readings?  Is this a good location?  Any better solutions?

Attached are some pictures of a zx180 that looks like mine. It is not my boat, but my hull is the same hull.


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Re: Helix 10 Si G2n Mega transducer location
« Reply #1 on: February 15, 2018, 07:11:02 PM »
The MEGA xducer will work for slow speed scanning above the drain plug  ... This is a similar location to a jackplate mount  ...

You may pick up the additional 2d xducer housing in the right SI  ... It would show as a hard echo line parallel, and to the right of the center line in the SI image  ...

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