B164-12-BL

Navico B164 Tilted Element Transducer

Navico B164 Tilted Element Transducer

Description

The Navico B164 Tilted Element Transducer is perfect for fast, trailered tournament sport fishing vessels who cannot have a high-performance fairing.

Features

  • Depth/Temp
  • 50/200 kHz
  • 1 kW RMS
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$999.00
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Details

The flush mounted, bronze housing protrudes less than 6.35 mm (0.25") outside your hull and can sit on trailer rollers and bunks with no damage at all. The ceramic arrays are tilted inside the housing giving you the perfect vertical beam with maximum energy on what is directly below your boat. Take your fishfinder to the next power with 1kW tilted element transducers.

12 degree tilted version for 8 to 15 degree hull deadrise

Compatible with Lowrance HDS Series and Simrad NSE Series Multifunction Display units.

Features:

  • High-performance
  • 7 pin Blue Connector
  • Bronze
  • 12 degree
  • Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
    Navico B164 Tilted Element Transducer B164-12-BL B164 Tilted Element Transducer, 12 Degree
    $917.71
    Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
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