|On our last trip my dad finnally used the trim and played with the wake, well we, me brother and friends, loved the new wake. Except that it was all rough an choppy and hard inside the wake, we were wondering if this was normal for an i/o with the trim up, not that we spend alot of time in between, but jw. |
Oh yea u can c the wake in my profile
|trimming up makes a huge improvment on the i/o wake it pushes the stern down steepening the wake it also seems to clean it up|
|The wake in your profile pics looks pretty good. Add some more weight to the back of the boat and it will get steeper. |
|We actully have as many people as we can up front so the boat does not porpose (sp?), also it keeps down the bow rise which is alot in our boat. |
And my dad for some reason is agaisnt puttin more weight in the boat he says we are barely under the limit as is, so yea, you like the wake? How does is rate from some of your other boats?
|for an i/o it looks like a nice wake. the best way to get a good wake is to get the trim in the right position.|
|Your wake is small compared to a wakeboard specific boat.|
|Yea we are very very happy with its new form, yea its no malibu wake up to my knees, but its better than when it was all washy and smaller. |
So the overall feeling here is, its not a big wake, but it is a good wake for what we do.
|as long as your having fun it's all good|
|By cdm (cdm) on Tuesday, November 04, 2003 - 6:49 pm:
|from your pictures it looks like the boat is turning while you are jumping. This will increase the amount of white water and really decrease the size of the wake . Make sure the boat is traveling in a straight line when jumping. Keep badgering your father, more weight! Have fun!!|
|When im jummping the boat is going straight, but when im sliding it was turning, its easier for me to slide when the wake is like that, u like the air on the jump guys? or well for an I/O|
|By cdm (cdm) on Tuesday, November 04, 2003 - 10:02 pm: