# How fast will a 100 lb thrust trolling motor go?

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## How fast will a 70 lb thrust trolling motor go?

A 70lb thrust trolling motor will have a speed of about 8 miles/hour or 15 km/hr.

## Will a higher thrust trolling motor go faster?

Thrust is simply a static measurement of pushing or pulling power, and higher thrust does not necessarily mean greater speed. Speed is a factor of prop pitch and motor R.P.M. Given motor R.P.M. under load, and Minn Kota’s 4″ prop pitch, the approximate speed that a motor will push/pull a small boat can be calculated.

## How fast is 40 lbs of thrust?

It is true that the 30 lb, 40 lb, and 55 lb thrust trolling motors all top out at 5 miles per hour, but you will need the larger-sized motor when you have a larger boat. If you don’t, your boat will not be able to hit anywhere near the maximum speed.

## How fast is a 55lb trolling motor?

Assuming perfect riding conditions, the use of the best fuel i.e. the distillate marine diesel, and moderate load, 55-pound trolling motors are likely to attain a maximum speed of only 5 miles per hour. This would take around two hours for the deep cycle battery charge to get completely depleted.

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## How fast can a jon boat go with a trolling motor?

A jon boat powered by a trolling motor can go up to 4 to 5 miles per hour, but it’s rare to reach these top speeds. In most cases you can expect a speed between 2 and 3 mph at maximum throttle.

## How fast can a Minn Kota trolling motor go?

Having a maximum speed of only 5 mph may seem slow, but it is what makes trolling motors ideal for fishing.

## How can I make my trolling motor faster?

1. Make Your Trolling Motor Faster.
2. Change the Battery.
3. Reduce the Load of the Canoe.
4. Fix a more Streamlined Propeller.
5. Put on Lighter Attire.
6. Replace the Existing Motor.
7. Conclusion.

## How big of a boat can a trolling motor push?

Trolling motor size chart

Boat weight (fully loaded) Boat Length Thrust for strong wind or current
1500 lbs (or less) 14 – 15 ft 40 lbs
2000 lbs 16 – 17 ft 50 lbs
2500 lbs 18 – 19 ft 60 lbs
3000 lbs 20 – 21 ft 70 lbs

## How fast will a 36 lb thrust trolling motor go?

Kayak-specific motors around 36 lb thrust can reach speeds around 3 mph, but larger motors can get up to or even over 5 mph.

## How long will a 24V trolling motor last?

This will give you maximum speed and power and is often necessary on a large boat, or in strong winds. Thus, if you operate your trolling motor at maximum speed, you will typically get about 2 hours of use from a fully charged pair of “average” batteries.

## How much weight can a trolling motor push?

Trolling motors are offered in 12V, 12/24V, 24V and 36V versions, with the most powerful ones offering more than 100lb. of thrust, powerful enough to move heavy vessels such as pontoon boats. Maximum thrusts at different voltages are approximately 12V/55lb. and 24V/80lb.

## Do all trolling motors go the same speed?

In fact two 55 pound thrust motors will not move you any faster than one 30 pound thrust motor. Higher thrust 12V trolling motors are designed for bigger heavier boats with larger payloads. The maximum speed of a trolling motor is 5 mph regardless of how many pounds of thrust.

## Will you go faster with 2 trolling motors?

Two motors in the back will just push the bow a little higher in the air, and the stern will dig in deeper, slowing you down. The boat will be faster with a trolling motor if it’s level in the water.

## How much thrust does a 3hp outboard have?

A 3 hp outboard will blow a 50 pound thrust electric motor out of the water – I have both and can make that statement. I can hold the boat with the 3 hp running so it isn’t pushing a tremendous amount. A 5 hp probably has somewhere near or over 200 pounds of thrust.