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Thought you guys might want to follow along on a winter project Im working on.We are going to put some new life into my friends 39 Yellowfin.Nature gave you quite good night vision if you allow your eyes to adapt fully. Too much electrical junk for longevity, it’s a good thought on paper but when it breaks and it will it’s a POS.Boat manufacturers should offer a choice on what systems you want in a boat. It becomes a love/hate relationship but worth it in the end.His is mounted on top of the hard top and set back from the front edge a foot or so.Just something you may want to check out while you have the top off One of the rare times when I ever really wanted to shoot someone was when a boat with one of those big light bars turned on blinded me going into an unfamiliar harbor.I couldn't see a thing for about five minutes, which was no fun in a tight channel with rocks and shoals nearby.It is totally against USCG rules to display any lights other than the prescribed navigation lights while underway.
Even if your whole electrical system goes down, every single electrical function can be bypassed and actived by simply moving a fuse into the bypass slot.
I know this doesn't directly answer your question but I have a built-in "insulated" cooler in front of the center console on my Pursuit. Maybe Cobia will be better but I wouldn't count on it.
I can't speak for the 261, but I've got a 2019 277 and have been very impressed with all coolers and fish boxes, with the exception of the cooler that is under the seat on the front side of the console.
I was very apprehensive at first, but now that I understand the complete system, I’ll take it over traditional switches every day, and twice on Sundays.
The failure rate we see matches what we see out of DTS systems, which can be counted on one hand over the last 15 years.