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    MotorGuide 750 Brute 12/24 Wiring
from JimC (24.3.226.67)  
5/12/2005 9:31:00 AM

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  I have it hooked up Red +, Black -, white not used on the foot pedal running in 12 volt new battery and it doesn't seem to have much power. It's the 5 speed model with a 2 blade prop. Thx JimC


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   Power from Foster's Trolln Motor Repairs-Sales  5/12/2005 9:36:00 AM
 No power cause you're running only 12 volts to a 24 volt 50lb thrust motor.With 12 volts,in speed #5,you have 25 lb. of thrust.If you want 50lb. of thrust,you need to give it 24 volts in speed #5.

Foster's Trolln Motor Repairs-Sales
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   Fosters from JimC (24.3.226.67)  5/12/2005 10:27:00 AM
  Please clarify for me. If I have the 12/24 switch in the 12v mode with 1 battery connected I'm only pushing with 25 # thrust?? So the Motor need 2 batteries to operate properly even in the 12 volt configuration?? I've searched the internet for a manual and had no luck the MotorGuide site only has new manuals to download. Thx for the quick response. JimC


   1 more ?? from JimC (24.3.226.67)  5/12/2005 10:36:00 AM
  If I connect the wht. and red togather will I have 12v 50# thrust then? Trying to save the extra battery weight on my restricted HP lake boat. Thx JimC


   12 volts one battery; 24 volts two batteries from humminbird  5/12/2005 11:50:00 AM
 Sounds like you have one battery and you don't want to use a second battery foe extra weight. To get maximum effiency, I suggest you wire two batteries in "parallel" to get you more capacity (12 volts total). The 12/24 switch uses one or two batteries depending on switch setting. Sounds to me, you should have purchased a 12 volt TM since you do not want the added weight. Just my thoughts.

Humminbird


   you need different motor from bassnMN  5/12/2005 12:05:00 PM
 the motor you have is a ten speed motor hooked up with 24v system the first five are the lowest power useing 12v the next five are higer using the 24v setting . If youi want more thrust from 12v you will have to get a 12v motor rated for the thrust you want.the motor you have will only develope 50# in 24v.......


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