High Performance Hydrofoils streamlined for speed in two sizes
The SE Sport will improve handling and provide better maneuverability with a smoother ride
Features Turbo Trac to enhance thrust and control
Crescent shaped surface quickly funnels water for more thrust-cutting planing time for the quickest hole shot
Cuts planing time dramatically and keeps the boat on plane at lower speeds
Features on piece, high strength copolymer construction
Stainless steel hardware included
Attaches to cavitation plate
Works for both outboards and sterndrives that have a cavitation plate larger than 5 inches wide, usually 40 horse power and up.The SE Sport 200 is recommended for cavitation plates 5 inches or less.
Many Honda outboards are made with a center cavitation plate ridge. Some Hondas will require a slight cut or bigger notch in the "yoke" area of the foil. This is necessary to give 1/2" spacing between the rear holes to be drilled and the end of the cavitation plate. Cutting a notch can easily be handled with a small saw or grinder and will not affect the durability or warranty of the SE Sport.
I don't have a problem with getting on plane but do have a problem with excess water spray. Motor is already mounted as high on transom as possible. Will SE Sport 300 help eliminate excess spray?
Hydrofoil is not designed to do that. You may just get more water coming back into the boat. You will probably want to contact a technician for best results. You can look into a trim tab, but typically excessive water spray is a result of where motor is mounted.
I have a 2015 - Four Winns Horizon w/ Volvo Penta IO -200 HP. Boat tends to porpoise, so I need to be trimmed down all the way. Looking to get a bit more top end speed and higher RPM's by being able to trim up a bit more. Engine is rated for 4200 - 4600 RPM. Only getting to 3800 - 3900 now. No problem planing off as it is now.Will the SE 400 help ?
It sounds like you need a different size pitch, you change your pitch to adjust the RPM's. Please call in with your engine manufacturer, horse power, year and what size pitch your currently using and we can assist you find the best prop to get the performance your looking for.