## How many HP is 30 lbs thrust?

Pounds of Thrust to Horsepower Chart

Pounds of Thrust (lbs) | Amps | Horsepower |
---|---|---|

30 | 30 | 0.36 |

40/45 | 42 | 0.5 |

50/55 | 50 | 0.6 |

70 | 42 | 1.01 |

## How fast will an 80 lb thrust trolling motor go?

How Fast Will A 80 lb. Thrust Trolling Motor Go? it is important to note that more thrust does not mean more speed. The trolling motor’s maximum speed is **around 5 mph** no matter how many lbs (pounds) of thrust it provides.

## How much can a 30 lb trolling motor push?

So the maximum for a 30lb thrust motor would be 30*100/2= **1500lbs**.

## Will 2 trolling motors make you go faster?

By using two trolling motors, you’ll get the benefit of having **double the thrust**. Although you won’t go twice as fast, it’s still an upgrade from a single motor. … Most trolling motors have a top speed of 4 to 6 mph that they can’t exceed.

## Can I put a bigger prop on my trolling motor?

Replace the Existing Motor

Look out for one which **has a higher power output and if possible**, of larger size and larger pitch propeller. The new motor will definitely boost the power and the performance of the canoe on the whole.

## How many horsepower is a 35 lb thrust trolling motor?

So every 746 watts is roughly equivalent to 1 horsepower. Using this formula the popular Newport Vessels NV-Series 55lb Thrust Trolling Motor is rated as 624 watts at the highest forward speed and so 624/746 = 0.84 and would be roughly equivalent to a **0.84 horsepower** motor.

## How many pounds of thrust does a 5 horsepower motor 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.

## How fast will a 112 lb thrust trolling motor go?

Ultimately a 112 lb. thrust trolling motor will still have a maximum speed of **around 5 mph**. If you are looking for quicker response time and better overall performance, bigger is better.

## Can you have too much thrust on a trolling motor?

**You can never have too much thrust** and go with a variable speed. Not only is it more useful it also helps battery life. The one place that many people try to save money is on the electric trolling only to regret it. Go with as much as your pocket book allows.

## What size battery do I need for a 55 lb thrust trolling motor?

To use an example, a 55 lb thrust motor unit has a peak power draw of 40 amps. If you use the trolling motor for 6 hours at average 50% load of 20 amps, the trolling motor will then require a battery load of **120 Ah**.