|New pics from planetnautique.com..not sure how it was weighted....im guessing at 1500 extra.|
|Notice the size of the rooster tail. Seems to change perspective a little.|
|That wake looks nice. How tall are you??|
|holy snikee your up there. can the rooster tail be tames, perty huge??|
|Just curious, what's the big deal about the rooster tail? Thanks|
|Nice wake... Better then expected. But how about some figures (speed, ballast, etc)?|
|Nice wake... Better then expected. But how about some figures (speed, ballast, etc)?|
|Looks great! Now that's more like a Nautique - especially with that trademark rooster. I'm guessing it's slammed though.|
|Wow that boat must have a ton of weight in it |
The rooster tail looks as tall or taller than the boarder.
Are you sure thats not a jet boat
The wake does look nice!
(Message edited by krbaugh on January 31, 2007)
|That looks like Murray.|
|It loo' good to meeeee|
|It looks kinda like the 211's wake. The D'up picks don't really give us any perspective on the boat though.|
|That wake looks awesome. What other boat would you consider it most like? |
Any pics of the boat?
|Nevermind. I see the reference now.|
|Pretty sure its Adam Wensink.|
|Adam is like 5'2. I only met him once, but I know he was short, hope I dont piss him off if he is taller.|
|WOW. That wake is impressive. Looks like the perfect balance of ramp and lip to me.|
|Thats a very nice wake.|
|Wake looks great, too bad the boat looks like a Ebtide or SeaDoo boat. The rooster tail almost makes it back to the rider.|
|With mine, I know when the rooster is big, the wake is macking...a good sign.|
|That has to be a lot of weight, because we rode the boat with stock plust 10 people, and it was nowhere near.|
|Can't almost any boat kick up a big wake if you sack the crap out of it? |
So, isn't it important to know how this boat is sacked?
The old 210 was amazing because you got a great wake without killing the boats drive/economy performance.
|Are people really concerned with the "roster tail?" The only person hating that should be the photog.|
|I don't think people are hating on the "roster tail." I think people know that when you have a tail like that, usually you have a ton of weight in it. |
I agree with GD, personally I don't want a boat that I have to put a ton of weight in it. Im not in the market for carrying around 2k or more worth of weight. Its hard on everything and makes driving a boat feel like your driving a tank.
|"The old 210 was amazing because you got a great wake without killing the boats drive/economy performance." |
Don't care what kind of boat it is, if it makes the wake better, I will be piling in the weight. Have yet to ride any wake that I thought was too big. Have yet to find a boat that has a wake that does not benefit from extra weight.
|Looks like someone is putting too much weight in the back if you are throwing that kind of rooster tail. That will kill handling and speed control.|
|Wake looks very good...|
|"Don't care what kind of boat it is, if it makes the wake better, I will be piling in the weight. Have yet to ride any wake that I thought was too big. Have yet to find a boat that has a wake that does not benefit from extra weight" |
I don't think anybody disagrees with that but the point is some boats will produce a big and fun wake @ half the ballast of other boats. That translates to less hassle and less running costs.
|True, but it's been my experience that the it's the bigger boats that need the most weight. I run 2k in my CC. Do you think there is 2k in this one? 2k is not enough for some other boats out there (will spare the bashing, no need to name).|
|Sorry, I may have been a bit unclear with my opinion. |
GD is right, it would be nice to know how much weight is in it, for referrence. I have no idea how much. As long as it isn't ridiculous (3-4k, IMO), I'm good with it.
I guess my point is that I have a boat that others would put very little weight in, I put quite a bit in it. I would think that would work in proportional sense with regards to other boats. Maybe others share some of my views, any boat is going to need weight, not a big deal, it's worth it.
And if I can add another IMO, when weighted properly, the handling should not suffer much. sure it will require a little more effort, but not a deal breaker. When the rooster is up, the wake is kicking.
|looks like fun to me!|
|The wake does look good. |
I agree with you Jeff,EVERY BOAT NEEDS WEIGHT.Bigger boats have bigger storage compartments so just plumb your fat sacs and it doesn't matter if it's 4g,as long as you don't have to tow it around.Reprop,get bigger engine in the boat and sac the hell out of it.Wakeboarding is an expensive sport already so might as well make the wake kickin!
|Just went to planetnautique.com. |
The rider is: 5'6".
No info on weight.
|I think your point is pretty clear Jeff. Everybody uses there boats differently, I have never had to hand fill a sac in my boat and the wake is good enough with my "Factory" system and 550 pounds of lead. I rode a bigger and better wake out of an 06 VLX but we had to hand fill 3 big sacs and it used gas at twice what my boat does, it was fun but not something I would run personally.|
|greg meloon showed me the wakesurf pics of this boat and its amazing it curls like an ocean wave and have alot of room to work with|
|I wonder if there is anywhere to sit with all that weight, lol. |
I am not impressed until I know the weight added.
|Big Ed - "when weighted properly, the handling should not suffer much" I was thinking of your boat, lot of weight, big wake, handled really nice.|
|Anyone want to start guessing? |
I say 3000lb on top of stock.
|haters...............noHATERS. just because you can't afford a new nautique(SHOWN WITH CLASS),don't be a hater...keep riding you moobius centrions mb's etc...........imo there;s two boats mastercraft& correctcrafts!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!..............dont be a hater............i have seen it, yes weighted its fu#$in sick..............give props when props is due!!!!!!!!!!!!!|
|Now who is the "hater" |
"...........imo there;s two boats mastercraft& correctcrafts!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!..............dont be a hater."
|Can we please stop using that word?|
|which word? |
|I think he meant the word CorrectCrafts. |
|"SHOWN WITH CLASS" |
|Wow... Andrews, I think you would be better off avoiding conversation when possible.|
|I'm not a smart man, Jen-neah.|
|Haha, Dogma and ignorance must go hand in hand!|
|Thwe ROSTER TAIL should be of concern if a rider is at 60 FT. That tail looks like it almost hits the rider at 85. Over Ballasted to achieve that wake size?|
|WOW, what a stupid comment. Makes me ashamed to be a CC owner and get lumped into the same category as that.|
|WHATEVER,People just don't understand that wake and boats are all preference and get mad when somebody expresses how much they like a certain boat! |
Get over it people,that's why there is many boat companies not just 2!
|Ha, ha, ha.... Now that's funny. I really just want to know how it was weighted. That wake looks kickin'. |
I'll reserve judgement on that boat for a while. It always takes a while for people to get weighting dialed on a new boat.
|the last time i saw pics from planetnautique of a wake they forgot to mention the boat had 5000 lbs of weight in it. probably the same with this 210. why not post some pics of the wake with reasonable amounts of weight that allow the boat to plane before getting to the otherside of the lake.|
|What exactly do you mean, Ed? I'm not sure where you're going with that.|
|By ryan andrews (drewsnautique94) on Wednesday, January 31, 2007 - 8:11 pm: |
haters...............noHATERS. just because you can't afford a new nautique(SHOWN WITH CLASS),don't be a hater...keep riding you moobius centrions mb's etc...........imo there;s two boats mastercraft& correctcrafts!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!..............dont be a hater............i have seen it, yes weighted its fu#$in sick..............give props when props is due!!!!!!!!!!!!!
By Scott (K.B.C.) (sperbet) on Thursday, February 01, 2007 - 9:47 am:
WOW, what a stupid comment. Makes me ashamed to be a CC owner and get lumped into the same category as that.
and then read my post!
|I'm all for people expressing their opinion about a boat they love. I love my old 210 and I'll be the first to say it, HOWEVER when I state that opinion I'm not going to do it by talking everyone else that had posted before me. Call them poor, talk crap on their boat, etc, etc.|
|Can't we all (big ed x2 and sperbet) get along? Mastercraft and Correct Craft uniting to make the (wake) world a better place?|
|That's it, Brian you're out. Me and the pirate are forming our own crew. See ya on the lake sucka!|
|Not if I have anything to say about that, matey.|
|BCH,I was agreeing with Scott! |
I was disgusted by his comments....There are A LOT of great boats!
|dang... that guy sure made a lot of friends on here. Boat manufacturers have come a long ways. All the boats now are good. And besides, you can weight the crap out of a boat and you'll get a good wake out of just about any boat. Moombas, Centurions, and MB's included. I will say tho, that X-2 in the delta pics. That wake looked insane|
|that wake looks great.. and id like to say nice hoochie, but it looks likke your coming from the right.. wat trick are u doing in that last pic?|
I believe that's an OHH (other hand hooch).