No problem. I outlined all the details on how to build the motormount on the thread ( viewtopic.php?f=69&t=33720
) The ultimate Tandem Island (hydrofoils,spinnaker,jib,etc). The motor I purchased from this place ( http://www.smalloutboardengines.com/20h ... flage.html
The motor works as advertised and propels the boat to around 4-5 mph with the supplied 4.5 pitch prop, I put on a 7 inch pitch and the boat now goes 5-6 mph (standard Tohatsu prop, but the shaft hole needs to be reamed out to 1/2 inch dia.). I use the motor mostly in salt water and should have clear coated the entire motor when it was brand new, and replaced all the bolts with stainless steel bolts ($15), it would be less maintainance. Make sure you always rinse it off after use. I paid $525 for the motor, if I had to do it again I think I would have spent a little more and bought either the Honda 2hp, or a merc 3.5hp. A little more weight but more powerful from what I have read and a little more reliable. If you can get your hands on an old 2 stroke 3.3 to 5hp merc jump on it (no longer made), they are light and fast and last forever.
Here is a pic of the mount
If you don't want to build it, you can buy a motor mount from http://islandhopperoutboards.com/kayakmount.html
Motor sailers unite ( LOL)