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    Just started the research on switching from cable controls to electronic controls. Any feedback appreciated. Would be for twin Yamaha 150's.
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    I have a 27 ft seasport with twin 150s with electronic controls its nice. different than cables for react time

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    Totally agree. I have electronic controls and they are much better thatn cable. My boat came with them, I did not have to change over.

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    I drove a boat with triple F250s that had aftermarket morse electronic controls. They were smooth, but they had a very noticeable lag time that made handling around the dock interesting. I suppose I could get used to it.
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    My Murcery Verado has fly by wire controls, no noticeable lag time. Fact is I ran the boat for about a month before realizing it was all electronic.
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