Sailing is more environmentally friendly, peaceful and safer. The motor is almost completely quiet and does not release contaminants. More and more areas only allow boats with electric motors, therefore an electric engine is the best option. This quiet outboard engine has a thrust of 86 lbs and a shaft length of 101.6 cm. It can be easily attached to the boat and connected to a battery (not included). We recommend 2 x 12V/80A (gel or car battery) suitable for 3-4 hours of sailing. The motor features battery indicator lights, so you are able to see when your battery is about to die. The motor can be rotated 360° and has 8 different speeds of which 3 for reverse. To prevent problems in shallow water, it is possible to fold the motor. The steer is also adjustable. Note: To maintain the capacity of the battery and prevent damage, it is important to recharge the battery before it is completely empty.
- Shaft length: 101.6 cm
- Thrust: 86 lbs (39 kg)
- Steer 360° rotatable: Yes
- Number of speeds forward: 5
- Number of speeds reverse: 3
- Max. Power: 1152 W
- Salt water resistant: Yes
- Battery indicators: Yes
- Connection: 24 Volt
- Incl. battery cable: Yes
- Screw depth adjustable: Yes
- Length steer adjustable: Yes
- Battery: not included
- Propeller: 3-leaf
- We recommend 2 x 12V/80A (gel or car battery) suitable for 3-4 hours of sailing
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WA-Please be advised we are currently experiencing delays in the Metropolitan areas due to stormy weather conditions.
Our Bendigo agent is closed for deep cleaning today, and consequently no freight in that area or North West Victoria will be delivered today. Freight will move as normal tomorrow.
Due to the Flooding to the South Coast of NSW we are doubtful freight will travel today.
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