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Minn Kota Vantage 101 Freshwater Transom Mount

Minn Kota Vantage 101 Freshwater Transom Mount

Description

The Minn Kota Vantage 101 Freshwater Transom Mount features ultra-responsive 4:1 steering and automatic stow/deploy/trim.

Features

  • Backtrolling
  • Tilt/Extend Tiller
  • Vantage Breakaway Mount
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$1,599.99
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4:1 ARTICULATED STEERING
More response with less effort. Rotating the lower unit 180° is as easy as moving the Tilt/Extend Tiller just 45°. Quicker steering with minimum effort, and stays out of the way of your outboard or kicker motor.

POWER TRIM/STOW AND DEPLOY
When depth and fishing conditions change, all you have to do is push a button to raise or lower your motor. You can also automatically stow the motor at the end of the day or when you're on the move.

BACKTROLLING
Simply lift the directional indicator, rotate it 180° and set it back in place. It's that fast and easy to instantly change direction with the power of Vantage.

TILT/EXTEND TILLER
Unique tiller extends out a full 31" and tilts up to 45° to put effortless command in your grasp.

VANTAGE BREAKAWAY MOUNT
Unlike conventional transom mounts, the Vantage mounting system breaks away on impact. It's easy to reset, and protects your motor and boat transom from unseen hazards

DIGITAL MAXIMIZER
Motors with Digital Maximizer provide up to five times longer run time on a single charge by drawing only as much power as you need, so they don't waste any energy. These motors are variable speed, so dial in your precise speed and let Digital Maximizer deliver the right amount of power, while conserving your battery - extending your time on the water.

WEEDLESS WEDGE 2 PROP
Push weeds away and take on the thick stuff without battery-draining chopping and hacking. Weedless Wedge™ 2 features swept-back, flared blades for unrelenting, reliable prop performance.

COOL, QUIET POWER
Nothing runs cooler or more quietly than a Minn Kota. Our extra large windings and commutators dissipate heat, resulting in cooler operation, extended battery power, and longer motor life. And our unique bearing system reduces friction to cut fish-spooking noise. So quiet, they?ll never hear you coming.

2-YEAR WARRANTY
This motor is backed up with Minn Kota's two-year warranty.

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Minn Kota Vantage 101 Freshwater Transom Mount 1352638 Vantage 101 Freshwater Transom Mount, 36V-101lb-Variable Shaft
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