Waterfoul has one
bought it due to loose/wore bravo gimble bearing and tiller arm. helped him a ton to mask that problem, but he has a newer drive now
probably works good, but seems like a lot of money for
what it is: i.e. a waterproof shock absorber.... but then it goes on a boat so move the decimal point over
I think the "velocity compensating" actually means the velocity of the ram itself. viscous fluids are progressive via just plain physics, acting force through an orifice is a function of the ram velocity squared, but their valves may expand on that.
seemed to do what waterfoul wanted, and may reduce wear over time on your steering sytem.