Welcome to Electric Seas. I had to go to Google since I didn't recognize the Wright 40. Once I saw it was an Allied and an S&S design I recognized it. Nice lines! I love those older boats. It will make a great cruising boat for…"
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Welcome to Electric Seas. I had to go to Google since I didn't recognize the Wright 40. Once I saw it was an Allied and an S&S design I recognized it. Nice lines! I love those older boats. It will make a great cruising boat for you. We'll look forward to hearing about the renovation!
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I bought David Carrolls Catalina 30 with the SolidNav Explorer in it that didn't work. It was giving the 3 blinks code on the LED flash and sometimes 4 blinks on the LED flash.I called Thunder Struck Motors who are extremely smart and helpful people and talked to them about what would be the best route to take to fix the system. After exploring all options. I decided to buy a brand new GEN4 Controller, the wiring harness, and the new style better throttle control and have it all programmed…See More
Greetings everyoneYes as stated I'm thinking of starting a small, made to order electric outboardmotor company.I want to keep it simple and inexpensive as well as versatile and user friendly.I have been watching the industry for a while and there seems to be more and moreunits coming available. Most are unrealistic in pricing but understandable as it isthought to be a new industry.The reasoning for this idea is that I am converting 4 boats at this moment to run on electricityand what is…See More