1. What is Tournament Saver Pro?
It is a push button jumper system. In these days of high tech fishing, many of the electronics, stereos and accessories used by anglers create a large draw on the battery power. Long days of fishing can result in a dead battery when you try to start your boat to head to the weigh in or head to the boat ramp. Tournament Saver Pro can give you the peace of mind to know that you will always be able to start your main engine in less time than it takes to dig out your jump box or jumper cables. You don’t even have to leave the driver’s seat! It also weighs less than a jump box and can save weight in the boat, which any avid angler knows results in more top end speed across the water.

2. How does it work?
It draws power from your trolling motor batteries allowing you to jump your starting battery with the push of a button.

3. Where does it get installed in the boat?
It can be installed in the back compartment (battery compartment) of your boat in a location that allows the connecting wires to reach both the starting and the trolling motor batteries. The push button can be mounted directly in the dash or in easy reach of the driver.

4. Is it hard to install?
NO. It can be installed in most boats in less than 2 hours! The unit comes with easy to follow instructions for you to do-it-yourself, or you can have your local dealer install it.

5. How do I use it?
When you attempt to start your main motor and find that it is dead, simply push and hold the power transfer button and turn your key or go through your push button starting pattern at the same time. The engine should start without difficulty.

6. Will it damage my engine or my boat?
No!! The system only transfers enough power from the trolling motor to the starting motor to start the main engine and then it is off. No power is transferred unless the transfer button is depressed.

7. Will it interfere with my electronics?
No! The power is only transferred when the button is depressed. Unlike other systems, the Tournament Saver Pro does not require a constant ground and is only “on” while the button is depressed. Otherwise, there is no power and no way for power to siphon off the battery to send a charge through the boat to interfere with electronics.

8. My Tournament Saver Pro Elite is not working-why?
If your trolling motor batteries are dead, the TSP will not work. Make sure to
charge your batteries before hitting the lake.

9. Where can I buy a Tournament Saver Pro Elite?
They can be purchased online at www.tournamentsaverpro.com. You can also locate a dealer on our website from the main page.

10. How much does the Tournament Saver Pro Elite cost?
Retail cost of the Tournament Saver Pro Elite is $249 plus shipping and sales tax when applicable. Discounts are offered for quantities of 10 units or more.

11. How long is the warranty on the Tournament Saver Pro Elite?
The warranty of the Tournament Saver Pro Elite is 1 year from the date of purchase. You must register your Tournament Saver Pro Elite online at www.tournamentsaverpro.com to be eligible for warranty service. Read our full warrenty here.

12. How do I warranty register my Tournament Saver Pro Elite unit?
You can register the unit at www.tournamentsaverpro.com or mail your
registration form to
Tournament Saver Pro
P.O. Box 2968
Harker Heights, TX 76548.

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