Chine interceptors provide a unique means of maximizing pitch and roll motion control by utilizing the furthest outboard surfaces of the hull bottom for lift generation.
As a rule, the lift effect of a chine interceptor matches the lift of a straight interceptor one size larger mounted inboard of the chine, making them the go-to choice when selecting interceptors.
When space between multiple outboards or sterndrives is tight, an intermediate interceptor offers a viable alternative for additional pitch and roll motion control not possible with a straight interceptor without degrading propeller performance.
Thanks to their special blade shape, intermediate interceptors generate a narrower trail, thus mitigating propeller inflow disturbance and even allowing installation between outboards mounted at their minimum offset.
When space is limited, the Gimbal bracket provides a useful installation option for the Series S control panel. The Gimbal bracket enables the control panel to be positioned at any angle between 0 and 360 degrees, and it comes with a cable gland that allows waterproof, open-sky installation.