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Signup Date:November 25, 2001
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Username:
eternalshadow
First Name:
Jeffrey
Last Name:
Blanchard
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Birthday: (35 years old)
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www.wswa.ca
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Personal Quote:
Go big or go home... just remember going big can send you home.
My Gear
Board(s):
CWB MODE
Bindings:
CWB JT's
My Boat
Boat Year:
2012
Boat Make:
Malibu
Boat Model:
Wakesetter
Engine:
5.7 L
Ballast Setup:
1200 Stock plus people
Tow Vehicle:
2008 Dodge 1500 Q/C
Recent Activity
9 day(s) ago
eternalshadow made a post in this thread: Boatmate Trailer & Lights
Another quick and easy attempt is to spray your truck/trailer connectors with some contact cleaner. It worked for me, but I still had to replace some of my other LED lights that weren't as crucial as my signal/brake lights.
3 week(s) ago
eternalshadow made a post in this thread: Planing Issue Wakeboarding Yamaha AR195
Another suggest that may or may not help is to watch your rpm. In my I/O there were only a few of us that could drive that boat bang on and it was all learning, listening, and watching. I watched my rpm closer than my speed know that at between x ...
3 week(s) ago
eternalshadow made a post in this thread: Planing Issue Wakeboarding Yamaha AR195
Have you tried changing your rope length? If you ride longer or shorter you may be able to tune the speed that you ride to the boat a bit. As for wake size and shape you are restricted to your boat, you can get some fat sacs and slam it and it wi...
3 week(s) ago
eternalshadow made a post in this thread: which tow is best for new
Glad to hear they got up! For beginners I pull between 12-20 mph (depending on how beginner). There's times that I'm not completely on plane with beginners. My advanced riders don't go faster than 24 mph. Any chance you have any photo's or video...
3 week(s) ago
eternalshadow made a post in this thread: Thinking about changing my 2016 tige RZR
If you're looking at just surfing the G21 and Ri217 are the way to go. These boats are designed to plow water and make huge wakes/waves. If you're wanting to wakeboard and surf out of those I'd say go with the G21. If you're looking for a great...
3 week(s) ago
eternalshadow made a post in this thread: which tow is best for new
Feet should be approximately shoulder width apart with your feet slightly ducked (basically how you normally stand in an athletic pose). Have you checked out [URL="http://wakeworld.com/news/feature/friends-dont-let-friends-powerturn.html"]http://...
3 week(s) ago
eternalshadow made a post in this thread: which tow is best for new
I second the boat for the community aspect and ease of driving. Have they gotten up before?
3 week(s) ago
eternalshadow made a post in this thread: Introduction, crazy noob questions, 25HP, etc.
I'm part joking, and part serious, this is where all the old home made tower threads would come in handy. That lund could look pretty BA with a tower. The reality however is that you can go wake2wake without one. If you haven't, check out the "W...
4 week(s) ago
eternalshadow made a post in this thread: HS FS 360 Tips? Video!
Keep looking for the landing, you start the rotation alright but it really slows down, when I slow down and focus on your head movement your head is behind the rotation, lead with your eyes.
4 week(s) ago
eternalshadow made a post in this thread: HS backroll help (video included)
You're letting your hands get away from you, in that video when you come down and are about to absorb the landing your hands are pretty much over head and extended. Need to keep the handle in your mid section. If your hands are getting pulled away...
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