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Jim Cummins and C-28 Rudder Sensor Installation

I'm trying to get in contact with Catalina owner (C-28) Jim Cummins who posted a great photo piece on his RayMarine rudder position indicator as an upgrade for an ST4000 plus autopilot. My email is hardin (at) umich.edu. I've got the same autopilot and would like to know where he got the sensor and if it improved his autopilot performance. Thanks,

Joseph
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Joseph,
I've the ST4000MK2 on my Hunter 326 and is thinking of installing a rudder position sensor. I hope this would improve the autopilot performance when on sail. Have you had yours installed? If yes, could you tell me if it makes a difference?

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