Minn Kota Saltwater Engine Mounts

Minn Kota Saltwater Engine Mounts


The Minn Kota Saltwater Engine Mount delivers precise boat positioning, infinite speed control, and whisper-quiet operation.


  • Maximizer
  • Sealed Electronics
  • Remote Speed Control
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  • Will not interfere with boat or motor performance. Mounts on cavitation plate of your outboard or I/O lower unit. No stowing or deploying required. Motor is completely out of sight and will keep decks clear and recreational boats from looking like a fishing boat. Once on plane, the EM rides completely out of the water. Will not interfere with the normal performance of your outboard or I/O motor.

Remote Speed Control

  • Control the speed of your EM motor with a corded remote that can be mounted or handheld. Offers infinitely variable speed control in forward and reverse. Features neutral (off) detent position. The motor can be steered using the boat steering wheel or outboard tiller.

Sealed Electronics

  • EM electronics are housed in a fully waterproof control module mounted below the deck of the boat. All electronics are sealed in marine-grade polyurethane to provide corrosion-proof protection. The extruded aluminum housing features specially designed fins that dissipate heat to keep things cool under high rpm use.

Even the fish are shaking their head in amazement. Our new Engine Mount motor delivers precise boat positioning, infinite speed control and whisper-quiet operation. Mounts on the cavitation plate of your outboard and will not affect boat performance. From hovering over baitballs to tailing a school of feeding Jacks, sneak up and surprise the heck out of em with the new EM.


  • Up to five times longer run time on a single charge.Controls the draw of power at infinitely variable speeds. Eliminates wasted energy and conserves battery power for more time on the water.

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

Engine Mount Guide

  • Captivation plate to waterline 13" (minimum). Optional operating mode is with engine trimmed all the way down.

Advanced Corrosion Protection

  • Riptide® features premium-grade marine alloys, including aluminum upper arms that are virtually impervious to oxidative corrosion (rust). Metals undergo a rigid multi-step cleaning process before being anodized or coated with a special zinc dichromate armor plating. All component are then finished with a 5-mil TGIC polyester, powder coat paint.

Engine Mount Selection Chart

    • 14'-18' MK55EM 12V
    • 16'-20' RT80EM 24V
    • 19'-22' RT101EM 36V
    • 22'-25' RT160EM 24V
    • 22'-27' RT202EM 36V


  • 2-Year Warranty Engine Mount motors feature Minn Kotas two-year warranty.


Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Minn Kota Saltwater Engine Mounts 1370615 Saltwater Engine Mount, RT55/EM, Trolling Motor, 12V-55lb
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Minn Kota RT80/EM Engine Mount - Saltwater - Trolling Motor - 24V-80lb 1370625 Saltwater Engine Mount, RT80/EM, Trolling Motor, 24V-80lb
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Minn Kota RT160/EM Engine Mount - Saltwater - Trolling Motor - 24V-160lb 1370645 Saltwater Engine Mount, RT160/EM, Trolling Motor, 24V-160lb
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Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Minn Kota Prop Nut Kits 1865010 Prop Nut Kit, Kit A
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Minn Kota Weedless Wedge 2 Props 1865017 Weedless Wedge 2 Prop, MKP-32
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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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