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    Me too!

    Post pics please

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    I have since added another 93SV that is linked together for mapping and other sonar uses like SI/DI. I had bought a new Lowrance TI2 that gave me nothing but trouble along with Lowrance Customer service! The carpeted box has the livescope black box located inside along with excess cables. I just unplug power cable, unclamp transducer tiller and move to back of boat or to another boat. sorry, I cannot figure how to rotate pics. they are right on my computer.
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    what sizes of pvc did you use to make the collar and main rod?

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    1 inch PVC and the collar is 1.25 inch black steel pipe. Had to make a bushing to get it tighter and I have thumb screw to tighten to apply desired resistance to turn and hold it in place. I am going to rebuild to be able to rotate it and kick it up out of water while going place to place. I have it now where you have to pull it out of the receiver that is welded to big C Clamp and rotate it. I actually remove it and lay it in boat while trailering for security. Too much money dangling on side of boat going down road.

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    Why would the 93sv work,but not my 94sv when i paid for more for the 94sv? I'm so pissed..

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    94sv plus is compatible with Livescope i believe. Think Kevin Rogers said that's what he bought a few months ago and used if i remember right after seeing his youtube video. Only difference between the 93sv and 94sv is that the 93sv is inland maps and 94sv is costal maps i believe. I could be totally wrong and more things are different though. Has to be a plus though the Chirp is not compatible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dep589 View Post
    94sv plus is compatible with Livescope i believe. Think Kevin Rogers said that's what he bought a few months ago and used if i remember right after seeing his youtube video. Only difference between the 93sv and 94sv is that the 93sv is inland maps and 94sv is costal maps i believe. I could be totally wrong and more things are different though. Has to be a plus though the Chirp is not compatible.
    pretty sure you are right...

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    The 94SV is compatible if it's an Echomap Plus model. If it's not a Plus, it won't work with Livescope.
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    I installed the 93 Plus SV last March with the original Panoptix PS22 transducer. I changed to livescope last June. I originally mounted the PS22 on my Ulterra. (What a pain to accomplish)) I did not really care for it on my trolling motor. When I changed to the Livescope I used the Fishing Specialties mount and like it just fine. I used their adjustable down rod and used the trolling motor shaft mounts to mount the livescope transducer. I did not run the wire up the tube for a couple of different reasons. I wanted to determine the best length for the adjustable rod so I just taped the wire to the outside in a couple of spots and I wanted to use a different handle on top. It works very well for me. Also when I first made the purchase last year they had no mounts for Livescope. I may have been the first to mount one on his system. I really like it mounted on the shaft, it is very easy to just rotate the transducer to switch between forward and downview. Very simple in and out and operation.

    I am adding a second 93SV with Livescope to the bow, one for each side, My partner will have use of one also. The beams are VERY narrow and I don't anticipate any interference nor did Garmin when I asked them about two units on the bow. I ordered another Fishing Specialties set up for my second unit also. I will use the the supplied trolling motor shaft mounts to mount the second unit also.

    PS , If there does end up being interference between the two units I will have a new system for sale

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