Motorizing a Scout Inflatable takes minutes and can make your time on the water a lot more enjoyable. You no longer have to worry about the long paddle home after a long day or having to compete against the strong winds. You can now sit back, relax, and enjoy the sun and the scenery.
Who is Scout Inflatables?
Scout Inflatables, located in Southern California, bring you the latest designs in affordable, portable, safe adventure boats, paddleboards, air pads, and air docks. They don't just stand behind their quality; they stand on it! Scout Inflatables employs a global team of designers and engineers who work tirelessly to make the right product work. They use the lightest, most durable materials combined with the best manufacturing techniques to craft each and every inflatable that has its name on it.
The simplicity and convenience of having an inflatable dinghy makes it easy to take it anywhere. You can carry it in a bag—and not have to worry about the long walk to the beach or lake. There is even room to include a Bixpy J-2 Outboard Kit and Bixpy Transom Adapter to help motorize it!
How do I Motorize my Scout Inflatable?
The Bixpy J-2 Outboard kit can motorize your Scout Inflatable in no time. The J-2 Outboard kit has many features that make it the perfect solution for your motorized needs. The motor itself runs for approximately 80 minutes at top speed and up to 12 hours at slower speeds and operates via wireless remote control with 12 forward speeds and three reverse speeds. At top speeds, the Bixpy J-2 motor will have you cruising in your dinghy at about 4.5 MPH. The ultralight setup (weighs just 9 lb including battery and motor) makes it the perfect partner for your light inflatables. It is waterproof and dirt resistant, with an Outboard Power Pack and remote that float in case of accidental slippage.
The Bixpy Transom Adapter makes it so that you can replace your big and heavy gas-powered motor. You can take it with you anywhere you go without hassle and install it within minutes. To check out all of our gadgets, click here!