B501BT/L

Uflex Single Lever Top Mount Control w/Neutral Lock & Trim Switch - Black

Uflex Single Lever Top Mount Control w/Neutral Lock & Trim Switch - Black
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Single Lever Top Mount Control w/Neutral Lock & Trim Switch - Black

In the twin engine installation a single switch will operate both trims. With a focus on efficiency these controls have been specifically designed to improve the functionality of control systems, making the boat easier to control. Single lever / dual action control to operate both with throttle and shift. Suitable for any type of boats with outboard, inboard or I/O power plants.

Features:

  • Enables easy and safe shifting by preventing accidental gear engagement unless engine is idling
  • Chrome plated high resistance ABS housing control with die cast chrome plated levers
  • Push in button disengages shift for warm-up
  • X12 neutral safety switch which prevents in-gear starting (optional)
  • Exceeds EN ISO 11547 standards when X12 safety switch is installed

For use with all Ultraflex control cables except C4:

  • C14 and MACH14 cables require no kit
  • for C2, C8 and MACHZero cables the connection kit K59 - 40144C is included
  • C5, C16 and MACH5 cables require K60 Kit - 40145E
  • C36 and MACH36 cables require K62 Kit - 40157J
  • C22 cable requires K61 Kit - 40146G
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