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Controls for my 2016 Honda BF8

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  • Controls for my 2016 Honda BF8

    The video will probably explain it better then I can.

    Bought a new boat, has full controls for the kicker on the console. I think the previous owner had a 2013 Honda 20 on it. My 8 should be plenty for trolling, I hope. Anyway, if you watch the video you'll see where I'm at.

    I'm assuming the tilt and start are controlled by the 2 wiring harnesses there. I'm not sure where they go at this point and I'm hoping it's the same from the 20 to the 8 for the electrical part of it.

    For the shifting and throttle though, what I have isn't close. I need something, I just don't know what.

    I'd be greatful for any advice!


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    You need the RC fitting kit for the OB.
    Paul
    Buffalo NY USA

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      Must be this guy?

      http://www.iboats.com/Control-Kit-Re...iew_id.1279268

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