Teflon® or nylon bearing surfaces for trouble-free operation
"Hot Foot" Throttle This is the original Foot Throttle that has been on the market for 20 years. Improves throttle control for all outboard and inboards. Aluminum casting to reduce weight and resist corrosion. Stainless steel hardware and non-sticking Teflon® or nylon bearing surfaces for trouble-free operation. A stainless steel spring returns engine to idle position when released. Equipped with toe clip for additional safety in extreme operating conditions. Provisions for additional return springing if required. Uses standard control cables for easy hook-up. Mounts directly to floor of boat with four screws (not included).
"Hot Foot" Adjustable Slide Mount Fits all Hot Foot models. Easily adjusts to any height person. All aluminum and stainless steel. Over 5" of adjustment.
Rated 5 out of 5 by TeamAdcahb Control freak...
Both hands on the wheel equals better control. Perfect for a control freak like me. A must have for any boat that exceeds 50 MPH.
February 7, 2009
Rated 5 out of 5 by bassfishallthetime safe
I like this becase its safe. I can have both hands on the wheel while running fast from spot to spot.
January 22, 2009
Rated 4 out of 5 by eastenfish Manditory Boat Accessory
This in my opinion is a manditory boat accessory for 90 hp and up outboard engines. High quality construction and great performance. I have however seen a spring break after 10+ years of use. I view this as a small issue for the benefit. This is also a safety product. Driver needs to be able to keep both hands on the wheel. Would highly reccomend this to anyone with a side throttle control. Try it and you'll never go back.
May 14, 2008
If your floor is thick enough or made for a hot foot it is much easier.You can find out by calling the boat company and asking.If not it requires fiberglass piece of wood and alot of skill before you can even mount it.If it is thick enough buy a motor manual(because you will have to remove the throttle cable,and sync-and link the hot foot with the carb linkage.the manual will give you step by step instructions.Including hot foot instructions).You can get away with putting throttle cable off motor in bilge area as long as it does not bind on anything and motor is free to turn easiely.this way dont have to remove control box,and you can hook up later if needed.Then get control cable about 3 feet longer than on boat. use 3M 5200 on screws for hot foot.follow instructions.
You would use the existing hand control to make your gear selection and the Hot Foot controls the throttle position. If you have a trim / tilt switch on your hand control it will still function as normal.