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Ironwood Pacific Outdoors EasyTroller Fins Add-On

Ironwood Pacific Outdoors EasyTroller Fins Add-On

Description

The Ironwood Pacific Outdoors EasyTroller Fins Add-On act like a wing to raise the back of the boat in the water.

Features

  • Help boats improve fuel economy
  • Increases visibility and safety
  • Reaches a plane more quickly
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$59.95
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$53.96
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Hydrofoil Fin Unit fits EasyTroller Standard & Short - 2 Fins + Mounting Hardware

As the hydrofoil moves through the water, it acts like a wing, raising the back of the boat in the water. This helps boats improve their hole shot and maintain a plane at lower rpms which can improve fuel economy. By raising the stern the trim is adjusted and the boat planes with the bow in a lower position, which increases visibility and safety. If you want to reach a plane more quickly, struggle keeping your boat on a plane, plane in a bow high attitude, experience porpoising or chine-walking, hydrofoil fins may offer some real performance improvements. The extent to which a hydrofoil will improve your boat's performance depends on your equipment and the conditions where you typically boat.

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Ironwood Pacific Outdoors EasyTroller Fins Add-On 016.3 EasyTroller fins add-on
$53.96
In Stock

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Will these fins fit my standard-size Easy Troller plate (installed on 115 h.p. Merc)?
Yes, these add-on fins should fit standard-sized Easy Troller plates. A quick guide that refers to the mounting instructions is available under the Documents Tab.

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