Looking at the handlebars, you’ll notice a keypad on each side. The keypad on the right controls the gauge display on the dash. You can cycle through several different options on your gauge and choose which info you want it to show. Available info includes engine RPM, vehicle speed, trip meter and more. The gauge shows essential info like fuel on the left and trim position on the right. You’ll also see forward, neutral and reverse indicated on the display as well as which driving mode you’re in. And on the bottom of the gauge is where you’ll find indicator lights like the check engine light, low fuel indicator and more. If you see any of these warning lights come on, consult your operator’s guide for what you should do next.
The left-hand keypad is where you’ll set driving modes, set your trim level, and set your cruise control or slow speed mode.
The up and down arrows control the trim of your jet pump. Raise the trim, and you’ll raise the bow. Lower the trim and you’ll level out the bow. You’ll find that changing the trim level can make for a more comfortable ride depending on water conditions and make for better acceleration when towing tubers, skiers and wakeboarders.
The button on the right on the left-hand keypad enables your slow speed mode and cruise control. With the pontoon at idle, press and hold this button and squeeze the throttle lever once. Let go of the button, and you’re now in Slow Speed Mode. You can adjust your slow speed setting from 3-9 miles per hour. And you can do it by using the arrows on the right-hand keypad. This is perfect for those slow or no-wake zones.
Cruise control is used for cruising at higher speeds - just like in your car. To activate cruise control, use the throttle lever to accelerate to your desired speed, and tap the same button. To deactivate cruise control or slow speed mode, just pull the brake lever to return to normal operation.
The button on the left sets your desired driving mode: Eco, for when you want maximum fuel efficiency, Normal for a smooth, gentle acceleration, and Sport for when you want maximum acceleration and throttle response.