Minn Kota® Riptide® SP Saltwater Trolling Motors/Pre-Installed i-Pilot™ Wireless GPS Trolling System Combos
- Factory-installed Minn Kota® i-Pilot™ Wireless GPS Trolling System
- CoPilot™ Wireless Remote System
- Deploy-Assist Lever
- Advanced Corrosion Protection
- i-Pilot Record a Track
- Spot Lock
- CoPilot™ and Cruise Control
- Advanced Auto Pilot™
Riptide® SP features:
CoPilot™ Wireless Remote System -- Now standard with added features. Control speed, steering, and on/off controls from anywhere on the boat.
Deploy-Assist Lever -- Puts you in motion and in pursuit of fish quickly and easily. Depress the lever, the motor deploys, and you’re ready to go. When it’s time to move, it stows easily and securely—ready for action whenever you are.
Advanced Corrosion Protection -- Premium-grade marine alloys are virtually impervious to rust. Metals undergo a rigid multi-step cleaning process before being anodized or coated with a special zinc dichromate armor plating and finished with a TGIC polyester, powder-coat paint.
Record a Track:
Simply push the Record button and fish along your desired course. i-Pilot will store that track to memory—now up to six separate tracks. When
you want to retrace a course, i-Pilot’s Playback functions will automatically guide your boat down the track.
Works like an electronic anchor. Choose up to six separate spots to remember and at the push of a button it will hold you in place. Spot-Lock Recall lets you return to that spot later.
CoPilot™ and Cruise Control:
Select and maintain a consistent speed for optimum bait presentation with cruise control, and use the legendary speed and steering functions
of CoPilot™ to precisely control your boat.
Uses GPS to take you exactly to the point you select, not just the bearing you choose. It’s the difference between a compass and a GPS unit. Just point the motor in the direction you want to travel, push a button and let it take you there with GPS accuracy while compensating for wind, waves, current, and drift.
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