Minn Kota Wireless Copilot System For Terrova, Or Riptide 2 Key Fobs on 2040-parts.com
Marlboro, New Jersey, United States
Genuine Minn Kota Wireless Copilot for Terrova or RipTide trolling motor
New high speed bypass feature automatically increases motor speed to 100% - ideal for compensating for sudden wind gusts or avoiding unexpected obstacles. Press it again to go back to your previous speed.
AutoPilot button allows activation from anywhere on the boat.
Includes standard controls for left/right steering, speed up/down and motor on/off.
Plug-n-play design with network plug for receiver (attaches behind right side plate of Terrova motor mount).
System includes: receiver, and two (2) key-FOB remote and neck lanyard.
Used works fine upgraded to iPilot. Terrova/Riptide co-pilot uses the existing side cover on your motor. No new cover is supplied by mfgr.
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