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MOTORGUIDE
X3 Trolling Motor with Hand Tiller

$439.99

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Model # 15014517 | Mfg # 940200140
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The new X5 bow mount, cable steer motor – the latest in MotorGuide's growing lineup of X series motors – is MotorGuide's most advanced, tournament-caliber motor. It’s engineered to deliver best in class performance for quiet operation, rugged durability, and precise control. Serious anglers will be impressed with the X5’s solid construction and patented Variable Ratio Steering (VRS) technology. This innovation allows anglers to make subtle and precise steering adjustments, and it virtually eliminates torque steering feedback that can compromise boat stability and control.The X5 comes in four power ranges and three shaft lengths, so there’s a model that’s ready to put you in the winner’s circle.

  • 55lb thrust
  • 50" shaft
  • 12V

X3 Trolling Motor with Hand Tiller

Controls Hand Controlled
Length 50 Inches
Mount Type Bow Mount
Speeds Variable
Voltage 12 Volts

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5.0

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(2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

good motor fun to use

By butch

from traverse city michigan

About Me Casual/ Recreational

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Pros

  • Good Performance
  • Quiet

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Small Boats

    Comments about X3 Trolling Motors:

    fun to sit in the front of the boat cruising weed beds looking for fish

    • Was this a gift?:
    • No

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