Just picked it up on Friday and spent the weekend putting on the break in hours. I'm just wondering what everyone else is running for ballast setup? It has the 1100 bag up front and I'm not sure what size bags are in the back. The stock rear bags only fill about half of the rear lockers so I know there is room for more.
Also, for anyone who has the Perfect pass dialed in on your 24SSV's or 22SSV's - what settings are you using?
|Not sure about your questions cause I have a VLX, but that is one damn fine looking Supra. Congrats.|
|very nice looking boat|
|Check the supra forum,those dudes can tell you exactly what you need.|
I have had a 24SSV in the past and we upgraded the rears to some custom sacs that Marty from Waterski Boats Dallas made. They were 900lbs which extended from the locker all the way under the rear seats. I forget the dimensions, but I might be able to find it. An alternative is to get the standard 750lb bags that Fly high makes that are 20x20x50.
We also put a little lead in the nose.
Pretty sweet in that configuration.
|man is it me, but did Supra just totally nail it with the looks and graphics on their boat.. IMO its the best looking boat on the water..|
|Isaac, I think that is the new gravity games decals on that 24?|
|On my 24 we ride at 24.4 mph, 70ft, wakeplate at 75% up. The front full, and we replaced the rears with a pair of 750's. The stock ones are 400's, the wake is perfect for me with this setup, and the 750's fit perfect.|
|that is a good looking boat. i think supra is putting out the best looking boats right now. the tower is clean, simple, traditional, and follows the lines really well. i really like the dark blue gg edition. the last 24 i rode behind had the 1150 up front and in each of the rear lockers. i rode at 25 mph with the wakeplate at 1/2 up. i'm not sure what the pp settings were, but it was a really nice wake with tons of pop at 80'. couple more sets and i would have dropped back to 85 with confidence.|