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hitthebricks

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Whats the difference between the AP2 and the Terrova both with the I Pilot.

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PerchJerker

The Terrova is newer technology and a little more efficient on the batteries.

The Terrova has a newer, better processor in it.

The Terrova has a redesigned stow and deploy mechanism that is much easier to us. A lot of us never had any problems or complaints with the stow/deploy on the PowerDrive V2 motors, but there are a lot of guys out there who really didn't like it.

The Terrova has a redesigned foot pedal control. A lot of us never had any problems or complaints with the foot pedal on the PowerDrive V2 motors, but there are a lot of guys out there who really didn't like it.

Both motors are compatible with i-Pilot, but there is a difference. With the Terrova you can use the foot pedal and/or the handheld remote. With the PD V2 you lose the foot pedal if you have i-Pilot on your motor. Other than that they function the same.

Hope that helps.

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hitthebricks

Thanks The description help alot.

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delcecchi

I believe the Terrova has an improved autopilot system as well.

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hitthebricks

After getting sticker shock. $1450.00 plus tax for the Terrova with the I-pilot I decided the Autopilot I have may be fixable. It has the Co-pilot on it and I replaced the compass and computer board two years ago. The problem was it would only turn left with the remotes and the foot pedal didn't work at all.

Borrowed a buddy's co-pilot and found that it was the co-pilot that was acting up. This is the third one now, anyone else had problems like this with the co-pilot? I have $550 plus tax into replacing parts. not real happy about it but I guess it beats $1450.00

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I have $550 plus tax into replacing parts. not real happy about it but I guess it beats $1450.00

Well, now you have that into it and it is still a broken old motor without the ipilot.

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