Minn Kota PowerDriveV2 70PD V2 Bow Mount Trolling Motor

Minn Kota PowerDriveV2 70PD V2  Bow Mount Trolling Motor


The Minn Kota PowerDriveV2 70PD V2 Bow Mount Trolling Motor features a redesigned foot pedal, new deploy-assist lever and digital electronics.


  • Cool, Quiet Power
  • Weedless Wedge 2 Prop
  • Digital Maximizer
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Features a new deploy-assist lever that puts you in motion and in pursuit of fish quickly and easily. Simply depress the lever to deploy the motor and youre ready to go. When its time to move, it stows easily and securely ready for action again as soon as you are.

Offers precise speed adjustment, right/left steering, and both momentary and constant On/Off. Features the industrys highest IP68 waterproof rating and 18' cord. Optional wireless foot pedal available.


CoPilot Compatible
Fingertip control only from Minn Kota®.
The wireless CoPilot™ remote control accessory lets you control speed and steering from anywhere on the boat. With CoPilot you get every fish-fighting advantage and a clean, uncluttered deck while eliminating the fatigue of being "locked" to the foot pedal.

Digital Maximizer™
Digital Maximizer™. Up to five times longer run time on a single charge.
Conventional speed coil technology wastes energy by delivering a constant, steady flow of power to the motor regardless of the speed setting resulting in wasted energy.

Pioneered in 1985, Minn Kotas innovative Maximizer™ technology delivers the precise amount of power needed at any setting, along with variable speed control. Now, our advanced, digital microprocessing optimizes draw to extend battery life and reduce damaging heat. Get up to five times longer run time on a single charge.

Indestructible Composite Shaft
The standard of the industry since 1991! Pound for pound, our ultra high-yield composite material has been tested to be three times the strength of steel. Virtually indestructible, it flexes on impact and then returns to its original position. Unlike steel, will not kink, break, rust or corrode guaranteed for life!

Cool, Quiet Power
Nothing runs cooler or more quietly than Minn Kota®. Extra large windings and commutators are used to dissipate heat, resulting in cooler operation, extended battery power and longer motor life. A unique bearing system produces low rpms/high torque to cut down on fish-spooking noise so quiet theyll never hear you coming.

Weedless Wedge 2 Prop
The latest generation of this legendary Roland Martin design features swept-back and flared blades to "wedge" weeds away. Pass through the thick stuff at any speed without battery-draining "chopping and hacking." A Minn Kota® exclusive! Available on select models.

2-Year Warranty All PowerDrive™ V2 bow-mount trolling motors feature Minn Kotas two-year warranty.

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Minn Kota PowerDriveV2 70PD V2  Bow Mount Trolling Motor 1358720 PowerDriveV2 70PD V2 Bow Mount Trolling Motor, 24-70lb-54"
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Minn Kota Prop Nut Kits 1865010 Prop Nut Kit, Kit A
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Minn Kota MKR-12 Quick Connector Plug 1865101 MKR-12 Quick Connector Plug
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Minn Kota Digital Battery Meter 1820087 Digital Battery Meter
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Minn Kota MKR-20 Trolling Motor Plug 1865107 MKR-20 Trolling Motor Plug
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Minn Kota MKR-15 Transducer Mounting Kit 1840201 MKR-15 Transducer Mounting Kit
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Minn Kota Battery Connectors 1820085 Battery Connectors
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Minn Kota Weedless Wedge 2 Props 1865017 Weedless Wedge 2 Prop, MKP-32
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Minn Kota PowerDrive Aluminum Quick Release Bracket 1854013 PowerDrive Aluminum Quick Release Bracket, MKA-16-02
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Minn Kota Marine Portable Chargers 1821051 Marine Portable Charger, 1 Bank, 5 Amp
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Minn Kota MK110P 10Amp Marine Portable Charger - 1 Bank 1820110 Marine Portable Charger, 1 Bank, 10 Amp
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Minn Kota PowerDrive Composite Quick Release Bracket 1854021 PowerDrive Composite Quick Release Bracket, MKA-21
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Minn Kota MK210P 10Amp Marine Portable Charger - 2 Bank 1822110 Marine Portable Charger, 2 Bank, 10 Amp
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Minn Kota Wireless Foot Pedal System 1866055 Wireless Foot Pedal System, for Riptide SP or PowerDrive V2
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Minn Kota Electric Steer Quick Release Bracket 1854060 Electric Steer Quick Release Bracket, with Cover
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Minn Kota CoPilot System For PowerDrive V2 1866150 CoPilot System For PowerDrive V2, Wireless
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