Minn Kota*transmitter For *co Pilot*terrova*rt*st* *autopilot* Buttons on 2040-parts.com
Akron, Ohio, US
This is from there Website.
This replacement remote is compatible with Terrova and Riptide ST motors with the CoPilot System (sold separately) installed. It lets you control speed, steering, on/off as well as giving you the power to hit maximum speed in an instant or activate AutoPilot.
Thanks for looking and happy bidding.
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