Light At The End Of The Tunnel

Published online: Apr 25, 2008 News
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Compact, Lightweight Max Power Retractable Thrusters
Won't Affect Boat Performance, Great For Tight Spaces
Traditional tunnel-style thrusters greatly reduce turning-moment performance when, due to space limitations at the bow, they are not able to be installed as far forward in the hull as possible to reach necessary immersion depth. Max Power's Compact RetractT thruster eliminates this problem completely. It retracts when not in use and leaves clean hull lines with no impact on a boat's drag.
Designed for performance boats from 30 to 52 feet, the quiet-running, low profile, lightweight units achieve ideal immersion depth when deployed. Simple to install, the Compact Retract is ideally fitted in tight forward spaces.
The Max Power Compact Retract features:
 Integrated electric motor
 Available in 12 and 24 volt models
 User-friendly joystick and control panel
 High-resistance, spiro-conical gears
US trade inquiries: distributed by Navimo USA. Call 1+866.383.1888 or email info@navimousa.com.

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