MotorGuide® Great White® Digital Wireless Saltwater Series Removable Mount Trolling Motors

   

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Volt Thrust (lbs.) Shaft Length Other specs Quantity Price & availability

12

55

54"

Speed:
Variable

Type:
Bow Mount
  • Lower unit features 99.9% pure alumiplate coating
  • TGIC polyester topcoat to protect against dings and scratches
  • Stainless steel shaft to protect against harsh saltwater
  • No exposed electronics in the head
  • Digital Guardian epoxy-coated and fully sealed in the waterproof lower unit
  • Dual sacrificial anodes
  • Machete® III props
  • Digital variable speed efficiency and control
  • Steering Style: Wireless Foot Pedal (included)
MotorGuide set the standard for saltwater trolling motor performance, and now they've set it free with the wireless Great White Digital Saltwater Series. Featuring the same corrosion, heat, vibration and moisture protection as the famous Great White series, this motor gives you precise steering control from anywhere on deck. Take command with the wireless foot pedal. With over-sized brushes for increased efficiency, easier stow and deploy, and a 33% stronger composite shaft, the Great White Digital Saltwater Series will stand-up to and perform in harsh saltwater environments.
Rated 3 out of 5 by 7 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Saltwater Trolling Motor Really like the wireless aspect of the motor and have been pleased with it so far! If you don't have a trolling motor for fishing for reds, get one. July 10, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by Poor Quality motor The product has leaked water in the motor twice now and I can't use it anymore. Plastic motor cover on the front is the problem again. The motor has lost power because of this and the warranty will not replace it. Will need to get fixed again. Would not recommend this product. November 19, 2011
Rated 1 out of 5 by to fancy Battery was dead in the foot control when I got it. Installed a new battery used it once for few hours. When stored my boat I took out the battery so it wouldnt go dead. The day I was ready to fish the foot control wouldnt work. My opinion this motor is junk, to fancy. When its time to fish your spending your day changing batteries. May 14, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by Great Buy I recently purchased the motor, but for the short time I have used it, it performs great. The only thing I was missing was to not be able to attach a transducer to the motor head. I contacted a dealer in Harker Heights, TX and was able to purchase a new head with a transducer contained within. They installed it and now I enjoy the conversion. February 8, 2011
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It all depends on the weight of your boat with everything in it. But I run a 75# thrust on a 19ft Center console and it pulls just fine, even in harsh weather.
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I love 24 Volt. more is better. get 75 lb thrust. 12 volt will work !
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Verno,
Depends on your use. Calm waters in Alabama don't require high thrust. If your using it for lake use of slow rivers a 55lb-12v would be fine. If your primary use is rivers with med to high current or large lakes with wind you might want to consider a 70 or 80 lb-24v thrust motor.
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