That would be fun, but I wouldn't know how to do that, or what to call it ('Bobs really cool Hobie TI', or 'Way better than a WETA'), I also have a really hard time posting pictures to this sight.
As I mentioned earier I'm a inventor/design engineer, thats what I do for my work, my Hobie TI and sailing is my escape from all that and for my own enjoyment only since moving to Sarasota Florida 3 yrs ago. I can't help myself when it comes to designing stuff and new ideas (pretty boring to most people, especially my wife). I designed and made the Genoa and Spinaker sails myself (total cost around $150), and they work way better than I could have ever imagined (studied and read as many books as possible for almost two years before proceeding).
In the last post I mentioned that because of the extra sail loading the front of the boat dives underwater, well I'm happy to announce that I solved that problem by converting the front Mirage drive into a hydrofoil (Don't give me credit, the Hobie mirage drive already has one of the most efficient hydrofoil designs I have seen (thats how it works), I am only locking the attack angle to my advantage without putting additional stress on the drive unit(the hull bottom gets the added stress)) , the bow now rides high enough in the water, and no longer dives (and my butt is not underwater). The mod was so simple, all I did was attach a couple small plastic braces onto the the mirage fins, when the fins are up against the bottom of the boat the braces tilt them down slightly, this creates enough lift to raise the bow just enough to keep my butt dry, and the boat actually seems a little faster when hydrofoiling (probably imagined) but thats not my main concern, I'm just tired of a wet butt and getting soaked all the time especially in the winter and 60 degree water. There doesn't seem to be any extra drag from the braces when not hydrofoiling, and the pedal system works almost as well as before to propel the boat (you just start pedaling again). The cool part is you turn them on and off by just locking the pedal in the forward position ( I use my foot, or the bungie) This pretty much solved my Nautilus problems, total cost $10 dollars. With 265 sq ft of sail area (about the same sail area as a WETA boat) I think the boat will do ok speedwise in lighter winds (I'm not a hardcore sailer, I don't go out in rough seas or high winds at all).
I'm concerned if people start trying to do some or all of these mods without understanding the underlying engineering and careful attention to the design limitations of the boats design/materials and stresses involved, it will be a disaster.
I doubt many people are interested in the hobby mods to my boat (pretty boring reading). It takes me 35 minutes to unload the boat from on top of the car and set up with all my gadgets, motor, rigging, and mods, my wife won't go out with me because of that, so I don't wish this curse on anyone else. Below is a pic of the Mirage drive hydrofoil mod.