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Minn Kota Riptide Terrova 80 Trolling Motor w/i-Pilot Link & Bluetooth - 24V-80lb-60"

Minn Kota Riptide Terrova 80 Trolling Motor w/i-Pilot Link & Bluetooth - 24V-80lb-60"
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Riptide Terrova 80 Trolling Motor w/i-Pilot Link & Bluetooth - 24V-80lb-60"

ALL IN ONE.
Power? Try up to 112 pounds of thrust. Control? You can equip it with wireless GPS remotes, and stow it effortlessly with the new Lift-Assist mechanism. And stealth? It's a Riptide - enough said. The most talked about motor in saltwater just got better. Any more questions?

Lift-Assist
A new Lift-Assist mechanism on the redesigned Riptide Terrova carries the weight of the motor for you to make stowing easier - so you can save your strength to reel in the big ones.
Redesigned Stow/Deploy Lever
Riptide Terrova's Stow/Deploy lever has been redesigned to allow for one-step stow or deploy - making it even easier to use. Just push down with your hand or foot when you're ready to move.
Quieter Steering Motor
Updated Riptide Terrova has a completely new motor design - engineered to run quieter than ever before. So fish won't be spooked, but you might be.
i-Pilot or i-Pilot Link w/New Phone App - Select Models Only
Boat positioning becomes automatic with the redesigned, GPS-powered i-Pilot or i-Pilot Link system. i-Pilot lets you set Spot-Locks, record paths, control speed and steering, and more. Link does all that plus the ability to control your motor from your Humminbird, follow depth contours, and automatically navigate to your favorite spots. Both systems feature reinvented Spot-Lock - the most accurate electronic GPS anchor ever - and have redesigned remotes with larger screens, more options, and Bluetooth technology, so you can connect to your smartphone for quick control of basic functions and easy software updates.
CoPilot
The CoPilot wireless remote comes standard on Riptide Terrova to give you push-button control of speed, steering, AutoPilot and high speed bypass. It's total wireless control from anywhere on the boat.

Additional Features:
  • Stow/Deploy Lever
  • Digital Maximizer
  • AutoPilot (select models)
  • Push-to-Test Battery Meter
  • Indestructible Composite Shaft
  • Cool, Quiet Power
  • Weedless Wedge 2 Prop
  • Sacrificial Anode
  • 2-Year Warranty

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Minn Kota Riptide Terrova 80 Trolling Motor w/i-Pilot Link & Bluetooth - 24V-80lb-60" 1363746 MINN KOTA RIPTIDE TERROVA 80/IP LINK_BT 24V 80LB 60"
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