200/83 kHz transducers work with many sonar brands
Durable all-metal head
3-blade shallow-water design Machete® III prop
Durable, quiet, efficient digital lower unit
Variable speed control
Gator Spring 21 Mount with extruded aircraft aluminum for durability
20.8 Gator Breakaway features a center decket and a hinged door for easy motor removal
Gator® Flex 360 with lightweight XK360 die-cast aluminum
4-foot power cable
Extruded aircraft aluminum mount
All-stainless steel shaft to withstand stumps, rocks, and submerged objects
Stainless steel pull/pull steering cable
All-metal foot pedal
Mount a sonar ready MotorGuide Tour Series Digital Freshwater Trolling Motor on your boat’s bow to enjoy the same digital performance advantage and reliable power that many of today’s top pro anglers rely on for tournament fishing. Featuring built-in Lowrance® Transducer and Temperature Sensor 200/83 kHz transducers to improve and optimize sonar performance, these Tour Series Digital Trolling Motors are built rugged with an all metal head, metal foot-pedal with pull/pull steering, stainless steel shafts, extruded aircraft aluminum Gator mount and variable speed lower unit with MotorGuide’s exclusive, completely sealed Digital Module. The 3-blade Machete III prop has a smaller diameter than two-blade designs for the ultimate shallow water performance. The durable all-meal foot pedal with soft start and sealed switch provides the ultimate in control, while the motor’s variable speed control allows you to match any fishing condition and extend battery life.
Rated 3 out of 5 by 96champion Motor guide
Just installed the new tour on the boat. Installation was pretty straight forward, just replaced an old motorguide unit. Was not impressed with the instructions, as they did not provide close ups or match my unit. I will update once I use the new motor. The lowrance matched up perfectly, but do not use if you have a down scan unit. It is not an impressive improvement over the old one, based on looks. Hopefully performance tells the story.
April 4, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by LarryO Adaptor Needed
Dissapointed to find out the only Lowrance units this will hook up to without an adaptor are the HD units and BPS does not sell the adaptors you need to install this with other Lorance untis. Also, the Motorguide website lists out the different adaptors they make but you can not buy them off of their webiste. Big wild goose chase trying to track down an adaptor. The adaptors should be included when you buy this unit. At least they should warn you that you'll need to hunt them down. Guess I should have just stuck to a regular unit and clamped the transducer to the bottom of the motor.
April 22, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by Texascajun69 Lower unit issues
I bought the 45" shaft 36 volt 109 lb thrust in March of 2010. It went into the shop with a bad lower unit 3 months after i purchased it. I had to wait 5 weeks for the repair facility to get the parts to repair it. It has been back in the repair shop a total of 5 times. An entire new lower unit was put on it in May 2011. Due to shoulder surgery I was not able to use it until Nov of 2011. It failed again this weekend (4th time it was used) Feb. 11 2011 on a trip to Lake Amisted. 7 hrs of driving (one way) to fish for 4 hrs. The magnets in the lower unit are breaking loose. Very poor performance for a $1100 trolling motor. I have had enough. I do have to say, Motor Guide has done a great job trying to support and service this trolling motor. Maybe it is a lemon.
February 15, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by aimhigh As good as all the good reviews claim!
I am a mediocre bass fisherman and needed to replace a 10 year old MotorGuide Tour 82 because the electronics finally went south. Would have cost about $525 to upgrade the electronics to digital. You can buy a lot of new trolling motor for that. After careful review I chose the new Tour 109 36v unit, which is more motor than I need. I have been very pleased so far. it fit my older Gator Flex mount perfectly, as it should. It came with the newest version of the Gator Flex mount which I plan to sell on Ebay and recoup a couple hundred dollars.
The unit is well built, very quiet, and moves my 21' boat along quite well, even in our strong Okla winds. The built-in transducer is very cool. I'm certainly no "trolling motor expert" but I can't imagine any brand of trolling motor could be any better.
Two thumbs up! BTW, the Bass Pro buying experience was awesome. Ordered online and received the motor in 3 days.
May 26, 2011
Have you purchased the Transducer Adapter Cables to work with your Trolling Motor and Fish Finder: http://www.motorguide.com/store/acc.... Also, you might check with MotorGuide by calling 920-929-5040. Thanks