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kamie posted 02-19-2007 06:32 PM ET (US)   Profile for kamie   Send Email to kamie  
Here is the parts list I believe I need. Going on Saturday to review the parts catalog with the dealer and place the order for the rigging.

Qty Part # Description
2 763507 Tach
1 763684 Network Adaptor
1 763541 15ft EMM Harness
1 763363 Terminator
1 763538 Power Hub
1 763472 Terminator Harness
1 763361 10FT Network Power Cable
1 763556 15 Ft Data harness
1 763544 20 Foot Ingition / Tilt Adapter Harness
1 ?? Binnacle with Key
2 ?? Throttle / Shift Cables

If anyone has an updated parts list or if I need different size harnesses please let me know.

andygere posted 02-20-2007 01:04 PM ET (US)     Profile for andygere  Send Email to andygere     
You may consider an analog gauge or two. I went with a trim gauge and the rather expensive water pressure gauge and sender. The water pressure sender is electronic, and plugs right into the EMM on the motor. There's no hose or tube running into the console. I have been pleased with my choice on both of these, since a quick glance tells me if I'm getting cooling water, and I can easily set the trim to ideal setting for given conditions. More $$, but nice additions. If you already have a few 2" holes to fill in the panel (as I did) it's a no brainer.

On color, I suggest the gauges with the tan faces. They are a great match for the desert tan interior, and look really sharp.

kamie posted 02-20-2007 09:52 PM ET (US)     Profile for kamie  Send Email to kamie     
Thanks Andy,
I did the Tan gauges before and they did look sharp, but this time it's all digital. I will add the water pressure sender to the list. Looks like I will be doing 2 three inch gauges along with the Navman
seahorse posted 02-20-2007 10:23 PM ET (US)     Profile for seahorse  Send Email to seahorse     

Try this link for a show and tell using the Lowrance cables and hookups which may be a bit cheaper for you.

jimh posted 02-20-2007 11:54 PM ET (US)     Profile for jimh  Send Email to jimh     
BRP has apparently adopted the LowranceNET wiring for use with their I-Command Digital gauges. This could save some money. If you want the I-Command classic gauges, I think you have to use the rigging as you listed above, which is a bit more expensive.
jimh posted 02-21-2007 09:09 AM ET (US)     Profile for jimh  Send Email to jimh     
CONTINUOUSWAVE has a nice collection of information about I-Command devices. Here is a link to an article which serves as an index to all the information:

kamie posted 02-21-2007 07:29 PM ET (US)     Profile for kamie  Send Email to kamie     
First, lets clear up any confusion. My plan is to go I-Command Digital.

Seahorse, I looked at that last night but it looks like AquaMarine has added a bunch of info that helps.

kamie posted 02-22-2007 04:10 PM ET (US)     Profile for kamie  Send Email to kamie     

(2) BRP Part Number 763507 3" Gauge With Horn & T-Hub
(1) BRP Part Number 763678 Power Cord W/T-Hub
(1) BRP Part Number 763511 Back Bone Cable
(1) BRP Part Number 763517 Engine Adapter Cable
(1) BRP Part Number 763679 Terminator Kit
(1) BRP Part Number 5006214 Water Pressure Sender
(1) BRP Part Number 763544 20 Foot Ingition / Tilt Adapter Harness

This list is based on the link provided by Seahorse above

List cost around $800

I will update when I sit down with my dealer and will provide photo's. Thanks for the helpful info.

ratherwhalering posted 02-22-2007 05:07 PM ET (US)     Profile for ratherwhalering  Send Email to ratherwhalering     
Right on Kamie. The smaller gauges are daisy chained off the main gauge, no T-adapter needed.
kamie posted 02-22-2007 05:36 PM ET (US)     Profile for kamie  Send Email to kamie     
Thanks Rob,
I think at this point I am going with 2 three inch gauges and that should cover 99% of what I ever need. I am also keeping the Navman for fuel since I will wire that to my GPS and continue to use it to display MPH info.

My only issues now are placement of the gauges which will need to wait until I have both the gauges and the new console and do I continue with plans for the teak box for the console top.

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