Xi5 GPS Saltwater Bow-Mount Trolling Motor, 48" Shaft, 80 lb. Thrust


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Model # 15885817 | Mfg # 941700110 | UPC # 22697941701

Sneak up on fish anywhere! The MotorGuide Xi5 Wireless Trolling Motor is built with wireless capability that lets you direct its precise control capabilities from anywhere on your boat! Built with premium materials and strong components for excellent reliability and durability, it features an easy-to-read LED dashboard, a wireless pedal for precise control, a composite shaft, digital technology and a low-profile mount that’s all about form and function. The intuitive, pro-style "heel-toe" operation controls steering that’s extremely quiet, precise and fast. Digital variable speed control enables exceptional low-speed trolling capability while delivering power—smoothly and incrementally—at the precise level needed by the operator. This technology also offers durable, cooler-running power electronics that are 50% more efficient and captures and stores energy that is typically lost as heat. This improved efficiency means a longer run time and fewer battery charges. The base uses anodized aluminum to prevent corrosion with stainless steel hardware components throughout, including the linkage. The unique stow and deploy mechanism aligns and guides the motor into the stowed position and secures it in place. For added safety, a secondary lock prevents unintentional deployment and potential damage. Comes standard with a handheld remote. 

  • Thrust: 80 lb.
  • Shaft length: 48"
  • Volts: 24V
  • Pinpoint GPS
  • Wireless GPS remote
  • No transducer 
  • Corrosion-resistant
 WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm -


Xi5 GPS Saltwater Bow-Mount Trolling Motor, 48" Shaft, 80 lb. Thrust

Name Value
Controls Remote
Length 48 Inches
Best Use Saltwater
Mount Type Low Profile
Speeds Variable
Voltage 24 Volts


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