No worries, thought it was an older boat from the grphic on the panel. Even on a 2010 most of the bolts and hinges and guts are in the same places. Nothings changed except the bling and the $$$$
Yup Scott's got way number 2, but I never had a problem with the way I explained.
The throttle panel way leaves a bunch of pieces laying around and is tedious for me. The other way I do it, the throttle linkage all comes off together. However if you have big hands and a small wrench that is the only other way
What are you trying do Blake if you don't mind me asking? If your panel is loose those bolts are actually just glued onto the back panel if if you lost you tightness you mostlikely just have to gorilla glue/liquid nail them back in place. However I do know guys wo opted to drill holes in the panel when removed, put washers and allen bolts in there and it turned out pretty sharp. Keeps panel tight and don't have to worry about the glue popping loose