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8 day(s) ago
230Nick made a post in this thread: My first serious wake boat, please help!
Oh yeah also, check out planetnautique.com there is some real knowledgeable guys on that page and we all are Nautique purests, and if you go to the correctcraftfan.com page they are the older nautiques but a lot of good guys on there... An if you ...
9 day(s) ago
230Nick made a post in this thread: My first serious wake boat, please help!
Ive never ridden behind a 2001 Ski nautique, but i use to ride behind my 79 Ski Nautique, the wake is smaller than your 2001 and narrower and would get super steep real quick with weight in the 79.. The 2001 model SN is supposed to be very simi...
10 day(s) ago
230Nick made a post in this thread: My first serious wake boat, please help!
A team edition 236 has belly ballast and an stern tanks, a non team just has stern tanks. Now the big differences between a 230 an 236 Prop- can't remeber a factory 236 prop Once a acme 1235 prop is installed on a 236 it's not the exa...
11 day(s) ago
230Nick made a post in this thread: My first serious wake boat, please help!
im just reporting back on real world fuel consumption from my last trip out (1 week ago) of constant riding, and very little cruising. Average MPH wakeboarding no ballast was 19-20mph. and with the ACME 1235 prop the sweet spot for cruising is 25-...
11 day(s) ago
230Nick made a post in this thread: My first serious wake boat, please help!
My vote is the 236. The 236 is same hull as a 230, with plenty of storage, and with a lot of extra ballast...the ZR6 engine performs great! ive loaded my 236 with 3700 lbs of ballast and it planned out good, it was sluggish coming out of the hole...
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