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Stingray HyperFoil 500 Boat Motor Stabilizer
Engineered specifically for the professional bass boater, the Stingray® HyperFoil 500™ Boat Motor Stabilizer has become the hottest premier performance item you can add to your bass boat. The Stingray HyperFoil 500 Boat Motor Stabilizer has birthed its own category of "HyperFoils" which provide vertical lift and unrestrained top-end speed. The HyperFoil 500 focuses solely on improving professional bass boat performance, unlike a traditional hydrofoil. Trademarked HyperSpeed Red™ material reduces drag for maximum top-end speed while also providing increased visibility for the engine's lower unit both in-water and during transport to prevent costly collisions. Featuring a luxurious chrome badge and patented StingRay NO-Drill Technology™, this boat motor stabilizer requires zero holes to be drilled into the engine during installation on engines 40HP and above. For serious bass boaters with a high-performance engine, the HyperFoil provides rocket-like holeshots and unrestrained top-end speed—2 must-haves for any professional fisherman. Manufacturer model #: HYPERFOIL-500.
Designed specifically for pro bass boats
Achieve perfect holeshots
Unrestrained top-end speed
HyperSpeed Red performance material
Luxurious chrome badging
Fits most outboards and sterndrives 4-300HP
No-Drill Installation on 40-300HP
Optional-Drill Installation 4-300HP
Does not fit: Evinrude ETEC or Volvo Penta with exhaust through cavitation plate
Web ID: 2314413
Rated 5 out of
It worksI was very leary of purchasing this item based on the reviews. I have a 2007 898 Nitro bass boat with 150hp Mercury. I bought it used and had a terrible problem with bow rise and getting on plane in a reasonable time.
First of all, I think that Stingray should have never said that this is a (no drill unit). Think about it. The force that your engine is producing. It comes with 2 screws to drill into the motor fin and 2 set screws that fasten on the fin. Drill the 2 holes, I did not hesitate to do this and have to tell you I just got off the water since putting this on, and the difference was day and night. It worked just as described. This is a great product that has been marketed wrong. You will not be disappointed with this product, just drill the holes.
Date published: 2018-03-14
Rated 3 out of
Not quite sure, I could go either wayI bought this with my new boat. Mounting on the Mercury 150 was a breeze as it's just torqued down. It came off at 17 hours of use. Now I'm out 100 bucks.
Date published: 2017-09-18
Rated 1 out of
bad experienceI had read revues about this product, some good some bad. I had a Skeeter boat before with 150 evenrude & an old dolphin on it, had to drill 4 holes in cavitation plate with a homemade plate placed under the cavitation plate it worked great. So I figured the new & improved Stingray 500 no drill would be great. I followed instructions to the T. Used locktite, let it set for 48hrs before going to the water with our new SL190 Skeeter with 150Hp Yamaha. really excited to see the performance. I lost it early on our journey. On the way back we decided to stop & fish awhile. My wife noticed our Stingray 500 along the bank. Igivesuggestion thought that it slipped off. Nope it snapped off one side of the bottom plates of the 500. I hope I can return it. maybe a defective unit? Hopefully this is the case. I like the idea of no drill. I know that I want a hydrofoil just not which one. Maybe Stingray will give suggestion. The sales expert at the Bass Pro Shop said he didn't know anything about this new product so I bought it on blind faith. I will give another review with my new hydrofoil.
Date published: 2016-08-02
Rated 2 out of
Broke on First Day - but..Will be taking it back and will replace it to give it another chance. However, it broke on the first run on the lake this weekend. I assume the problem may be the fact my cavitation plate on my Mercury 115 EPLT has a rounded piece on top that prevents the Stingray HyperFoil 500 from seating completely against the plate. The pressure of the plastic pressing against the torque cap broke it off. Fortunately the set screws held it on long enough for me to notice when we tied up to do some swimming. Will say there was a remarkable improvement even in that short time we used it. Wondering if a modification is possible to get it to fit around the rounded part of engine piece coming down to the cavitation plate?
Date published: 2016-06-27
Rated 5 out of
Great productI bought the product from Bass Pro in Virginia before taking my boat out on Sunday. It was installed on a Nitro NX 750 DC on a 75 Merc. ELPTO. My hole shot was a bit slow so I was looking for a product to improve that. It probably has my boat on plane in about half the time which is a huge plus. There was no loss in top speed. I also feel like the nose doesn't raise as much on the hole shot. The wind picked up a bit on Sunday and the main river got pretty choppy. I did notice i was able to keep the boat on plane at slower speeds and it was a bit more stable. This was also a plus as my 7 year old is normally out on the water with me. It did pick up a few weeds that i had to pull out but that is to be expected with the no drill design. All around it's an attractive product that works and at 99 dollars is a huge upgrade. I can't speak for the durability yet as i have only had it out on the water yet.
Have concern after reading many reviews about no drill fit. Have a 2011 Ranger 150hp Mercury and 1981 Procraft 80hp Mercury w/ Old Design STRINGRAY that GREATLY improved on-plane problem. What has been done to resolve slip off or braking off issues???
Asked by: RangerRay
what makes it stay on the foot since no holes to drill
Asked by: Light12
2 set screws, one on each side of the cavitation plate. Very bad system I lost two of these units in the river. Company very had to communicate with as to get any kind of help. I definitely would not recommend this item.
Answered by: sandbager4
Date published: 2017-06-01
Will this fit 60 HP Mercury 4 stroke
Asked by: Shannon59
Thank you for your inquiry! This will fit most outboards and sterndrives 4-300HP.
Answered by: BPSResource16
Date published: 2017-06-01
Will this fit on a 2000 Evinrude 150?
Asked by: 1jamesw
read my first review. 2 lock screws tighten on both sides of cavitation plate. The first unit broke off the first time out. I was fortunate to find it along the bank of the river. Bass Pro shop replaced it when I sent it back to them. the second unit stayed on the first time out with it, but it had loosened up. Bass pro said to tighten it up tight & it should be ok. I did that but the next time in the water it came off & I could not find it. Not a good system. Works fine when it is on , just not dependable. I am waiting to see how they are going to handle this. As for this unit I would highly NOT recommend it, at least until they have a better way to mount it. I believe it needs a metal plate on the bottom to add strength to it .