ACEL 75 HP Electric Outboard Motor - The Ultimate Game Changer

Currently, ACEL remains the industry’s only manufacturer with the ability to produce 1-450 HP electric outboard motors. This goes on to describe how much we bank on performance, safety, and customization.

However, there’s one particular star in our show: the high-performing ACEL 75 HP electric outboard motor. This gem has been aptly named “The Ultimate Game Changer” for its impressive features and capabilities, which we’ll discuss in this article. 

We’ll also uncover why you should bet on the ACEL 75 HP electric outboard motor. Let’s begin!

Everything You Need to Know About The ACEL 75 HP Electric Outboard Motor

When it comes to electric outboard motors, the first thing that usually comes to mind is slow speeds and short distances. However, that notion quickly changes when you get your hands on the ACEL 75 HP electric outboard motor.

This powerful machine can reach up to 38 knots at Wide Open Throttle (WOT), making it perfect for a wide range of activities such as fishing, water skiing, and even tubing.

ACEL 75 HP Electric Outboard Motor Specs

ACEL 75 HP Electric Outboard motor with its battery, throttle, touchless key, charger, and onboard screen.

Here are some of the features that make the ACEL 75 HP electric outboard motor stand out:

  • The engine is rugged and corrosion-resistant
  • It is very quiet and produces minimal vibration
  • It comes with a 7-year warranty on the motor
  • A utility charger to fill up the juice in no time
  • Waterproof / IP 67
  • Onboard computer
  • Two Keys
  • Morse Control

Power is a crucial factor when considering a 75 HP electric outboard motor. Fortunately, ACEL doesn’t disappoint in this department as it features a 40kwh battery pack that offers a runtime of +/-1.30hr at Wide Open Throttle and 5-8 knots at Continuous Speed for +/-4-5hrs.

One of the primary selling points is the level of customization users stand to enjoy on all ACEL electric motors. In fact, you can determine how far you want to go with just the correct battery for the 75 HP model. What’s more, the ACEL 75 HP is also one of the lightest outboard motors in its class at 125kg.

We incorporate unmatchable safety features in the ACEL 75 HP to give you the best possible experience. The love for our planet is well documented, and we continue to explore new technologies to further this commitment. The ACEL 75 HP is the culmination of all these efforts as it doesn’t produce any emissions, making it an eco-friendly choice. Our 75 HP marine electric motor is also exceptionally quiet, meaning you can enjoy your time on the water without disturbing the peace.

When to Buy a 75 HP Electric Outboard Motor?

Buying an electric outboard can be expensive and time-consuming, but there are some critical steps that one should take to ensure that the investment is worth it. One of these steps includes knowing what type of boat you own and how big a motor you need. 

A 75 HP electric outboard motor is not for everyone. With that said, they can be great for trawlers, runabouts, and small cabin cruisers. However, if you own a bigger boat with a bigger engine, you must reconsider getting a 75 HP. 

Lastly, there are regions and nature reserves where high emission engines are not allowed. An electric outboard motor will be ideal if you want to take your boat to such areas. 

What to Consider When Buying a 75 HP Electric Outboard Motor

When on the market for a 75 HP electric outboard motor, you need to consider critical factors to ensure you’re making the best possible purchase.

The Type of Water

This applies to all boat engines. You first need to consider the type of water you’ll be using it in. Saltwater is corrosive and will damage an engine much faster than freshwater. If you’re planning on using your boat in saltwater, make sure to get an engine that’s been designed for that environment , the ACEL electric motors require less flushing due to the non-corrosive material in its motor design.

Your Boat Size

The size and weight of your boat will play a significant role in determining the size and power of the engine you need. Heavier boats will need more horsepower to move them through the water.

Your Budget

Of course, you’ll need to consider your budget when making any major purchase. More powerful engines will be more expensive, so factor that into your decision, however there are better savings on an ACEL Electric motor long term.

The Activities Matters Too

This is another vital consideration. If you’re only using your boat for leisurely activities like fishing or cruising, you won’t need as much power as someone using it for watersports or racing. In theory this is true but boaters generally don’t think this way.

Installation and Maintenance

You’ll also need to consider how easy the engine is to install and maintain. Some engines require special tools or knowledge to work on. Choosing the ACEL 75 HP marine electric motor will be one of the best decisions. It is easy to install and maintain, making it the perfect choice for anyone looking for a high-quality, powerful engine. Its simply plug and play.

Ease of Use

If there is one thing you’d want in an electric outboard engine, it’s ease of use. No one wants to struggle with a complicated overboard when you’re out on the water. This is especially true if you’d have your kids or family with you.

After all, you want to be able to enjoy your time together, not spend it trying to figure out how to start the engine. This is a department that ACEL outboards excel in. Our electric outboards are designed for easy use so you can get out on the water and enjoy yourself as soon as possible.

Tips for Making the Most out of Your 75 HP Electric Outboard Motor

Here are a few tips to help you make the most out of your 75 HP electric outboard motor:

  • Make sure to maintain your motor properly. This includes regularly flushing it and checking for any damage.
  • Be mindful of the weight you’re putting on the motor. Overloading it can cause damage and decrease its performance.
  • Follow the manufacturer’s instructions when using the motor. This will help to prevent any accidents or damage.
  • If you used your boat engine in salt water, rinse it off with fresh water as soon as possible. This will help to prevent any corrosion.
  • Store your motor in a cool, dry place when not in use. This will help to prolong its lifespan.
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