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psudy 07-28-2009 2:51 PM

Whats the best overall set up for a 21V. Currently I have 750s(only port side filled) in the back and a 1600(or there abouts) in the ski locker. We were running about 11mph, and the wave didn't seem all that good.

psudy 07-30-2009 8:15 AM


mikebu 07-30-2009 2:12 PM

I am currently doing the following on my 21v <BR> <BR>1150 lb GG front sac full <BR>650 lb rear sack full <BR>2 150 lb bricks on seat <BR> <BR>I believe we run with the wakeplate at 50%. The wave is pretty big but isn't very long. <BR> <BR>The 21V doesn't seem to be a great surf boat. I know a guy at my work who has one and really slams his with weight and he told me to fill the front 50% full and put a sac up front on the side. I haven't tried that yet.

psudy 07-30-2009 2:21 PM

Thanks Mike! I will try not running my front so full and get some peps up there on the side.

nathan1pure 07-30-2009 2:26 PM

mikebu's buddy is correct. we just started messing around with our wake and to make it long you need weight up front. I have a large buddy who sits port side on the bow and that helps tremendously. good luck and have fun.

chikara22 08-08-2009 11:11 AM

I run the 1150# in the front, full plate, full starboard rear locker 650#, with a 440# and 150# sac in starboard rear seat at 11.7mph (GPS'd) in my 2006 21V. Seems to work pretty well.

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