The Bigfoot nose cone is our most performance oriented unit, with the pickup holes only on the bottom of the bullet. This allows the motor to be raised extremely high and still maintaining water pressure. For most V6, or raced units we recommend our Dual hose version of this cone. If you need a recommendation for which style of nose cone is right for you, please give us a call or email.
If you are using a smaller motor or the Mercury Inline gear case, please choose the ‘inline’ option, it is a shorter unit. Rule of thumb is any engines 90 hp or smaller need the inline kit. If you are smaller than 60hp, please call first, as the cone will require modification to work, and you might perfer to send in for factory installation.
50% more cooling capacity
Higher speed & proper water pressure
Low water pick-up
50% more volume than any now on the market.
Nose cone kit contains all hardware for complete installation
Kit comes complete with ALMAG-35 top grade casting, epoxy, hose fittings and instructions.
Crescent shaped for superior and handling
Five inlets create less chance of stoppage than anything now on the market.
- Includes freshwater flush kit
The same superior design as our World Speed Record Holding Big Foot, low water pick-up cones.
High Water Flow Capacity
Allow surface Piercing props (choppers, cleaver style) to be run at maximum height for top speed and all out performance, while maintaining proper cooling to engine.
Shallow Water Access
Travel and fish waters, until now, were unable to be reaches with outboard motors having standard (side water pick-up) gear cases.
Nose cone test by Bass & Walleye Magazine :
Nose Cone Shootout
Test Results and Fact Sheet
|NOSE CONES TESTED||TOP-SPEED M.P.H.||MAXIMUM MOTOR-HEIGHT
OBTAINED ABOVE TRANSOM WHILE MAINTAINING 10 PSI WATER PRESSURE MINIMUM
|R.P.M. OBTAINED WITHOUT PROP SLIPPAGE|
|HYDRO MOTIVE||72.5||3-1/2 inches||6150|
|LAND & SEA||70.1||2-1/4 inches||5850|
|MERCURY STOCK||69.7||2-1/2 inches||5900|
|MERCURY CLS (RACING)||68.5||No limit||6150|
REMEMBER: THE TRUTH IS AN UNDENIABLE FACT.
Test performed and documented by the Technical Department of an unbiased
major boating magazine, Bass & Walleye Boats, fall issue NOSECONE SHOOTOUT.
TEST BOAT and EQUIPMENT USED
Nitro 190 TF (19 ft. bass boat)
Mercury 150XRI 150 horsepower
Two 200 pound men; 28 gallons of fuel, near full livewell (half full)
Quicksilver trophy, four blade, small-hub, 13 3/8 x 25 inch pitch
Radar checked (Stalker Radar Gun)
Test held in under four hours with conditions at the start virtually the same as at the end. Flat to 2 inch chop, no wind, with 58 degree’s Fahrenheit air temperature.