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MotorGuide X5-80SW Salt Water Digital Hand Control Bow Mount Trolling Motor - 80lbs-50"-24V

MotorGuide X5-80SW Salt Water Digital Hand Control Bow Mount Trolling Motor - 80lbs-50"-24V
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X5-80SW Salt Water Digital Hand Control Bow Mount Trolling Motor - 80lbs-50"-24V

Pro anglers rely on MotorGuide for innovation that puts them in the winner’s circle. The new X5 cable-steer motor, our most advanced tournament-caliber motor, is engineered to deliver precise control, quiet operation, and rugged durability.

X5 Saltwater, Hand-Operated models share the following specifications:

  • Composite Shaft Material
  • Dual Cable Steering
  • 3-Blade Machete Propeller 
  • Digital Variable Speed Control

Digital Power Management

Digital Power Management extends battery life up to five times.  Digital technology features durable cooler-running power electronics that are 50% more efficient. They also capture and store energy that is typically lost as heat. This improved efficiency means longer run time and fewer battery charges.

All New Mount

The X5 mounting bracket is built tough with extruded aircraft-grade aluminum. The wide mount is stable and features a snap-back breakaway mechanism for added protection. And durable, tight fitting composite bushings in key wear points ensure quiet performance and long life.

Tournament Tough Shaft

The oversized stainless steel outer column is strong and corrosion-resistant. For additional impact protection, the inner column is made of a premium composite. 

  • Lifetime guarantee against breaking
  • Precision bearings and locking collar eliminate shaft clicking

Additional Features:

  • Quick-view LED directional indicator 
  • Oversized stainless steel outer shaft
  • 2-blade weedless propeller
  • Rigid aircraft-grade aluminum mounting bracket
  • Wide mount with snap-back breakaway mechanism
  • Ultra secure and easy to use mount door
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MotorGuide X5-80SW Salt Water Digital Hand Control Bow Mount Trolling Motor - 80lbs-50"-24V 941400040 MOTORGUIDE X5-80SW HB 50" 24V DIGITAL HAND CONTROL BOW MOUNT
$989.99
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