Go-Devil Twin Surface-Drive Motors

Go-Devil Twin Surface-Drive Motors

Go-Devil Manufacturing Twin Surface-Drive motors are powered by 23 horsepower Vanguard engines. EZ trim and three-blade props are standard on all 23 hp engines. These units are available in high transom, and recommended on 20-foot boats to get the proper weight distribution. In performance tests using a 20-foot, 60-inch-wide boat, top speeds reached the high-20s mph.

Go-Devil Surface Drive

They require a battery only for starting. The motors have no electrical components to fail and leave you stranded. In the event of dead battery, or starter, solenoid or key switch failure, the motor can be started with the standard equipment recoil system.

The Go-Devil surface-drive engine features the toughest frame in the industry, consisting of the perfect mix of steel components to dominate all environments. The drive train contains high-performance gears connected through precision belts that mechanically reduce the engine's revolutions, thereby generating more torque to turn a larger mudslinging propeller.

Warren Coco, owner of Go-Devil, has more than 30 years of hands-on knowledge and experience in manufacturing technologies and engineering design. He created one of the most powerful and best performing surface-drive motors. Go-Devil has continually improved and simplified the original design. Since Day One, the Go-Devil has been designed to allow for improvements to be retrofitted. You can keep your motor equipped with the latest enhancements, even years down the road.

As a true manufacturer, Go-Devil makes nearly all of the parts used to build their products. They maintain a full inventory of parts, as well as a full line of replacement parts for all of the engines.

Go-Devil Twin

Go-Devil is currently working on a 72-inch bottom boat with 22-inch sides to better accommodate the 23 hp and 35 hp twin surface-drive models

Contact: Go-Devil, (888) 490-3254, www.godevil.com

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