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The Doel-fin™ Hydrofoil Stabilizer is designed to allow water to flow over the fins to create lift that compensates for stern weight. It improves rough-water handling, saves you 10%-50% on fuel costs, eliminates cavitation and improves prop efficiency. With the boat planing out easier, the motor doesn't have to work as hard. The Doel-fin Hydrofoil Stabilizer fits all outboards and out-drives, and installs in less than 15 minutes. Manufacturer's limited lifetime warranty.
Creates lift that compensates for stern weight
Improves rough water handling
Saves 10-50% on fuel costs
Eliminates cavitation and improves prop efficiency
I was very skeptical about this product, but the price was low and I decided to give it a shot. I have a tracker pro 165 with a 25 HP motor, and this definitly help me plane out to gain some speed. Easy installation and the price made this product a good investment.
September 25, 2012
I purchased this Doel-fin for my 20' pontoon boat. It was heavy in the rear end. I have a 50hp yamaha 2-stroke motor on it. The fin gave me the lift that the boat needed. This is the second Doel-fin that I have purchased. I also have one on my bass boat. They work great and they are very easy to install.
August 16, 2012
did not work for me
i have a mercury 40 hp 4 stroke it made performance worse
August 6, 2012
I think everyone who owns a boat should have one, power steering for your boat!!
August 4, 2012
I have a 115 hp Mercury Outboard. Most of your installation pictures show the back edges of the fins extendinding pass the rear of the cavitation plate. Is this where I should mount the fins or should they be mounted futher forward?
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