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boutwell_43 07-05-2009 3:13 PM

I am going to pick up my new to me 2001 210 SAN this Sat. It has stock rear ballast. I was going to see if any of you could tell me how to weight it down to get the biggest wake possible. Thanks

jtnz 07-05-2009 5:58 PM

Try Lyman's method, fill it till it won't plane then let a little out.

bchesley 07-05-2009 9:53 PM

400 in the nose, 800 in the locker, and two 750's in place of the hard tanks. it is ridiculous..........

sidekicknicholas 07-05-2009 11:04 PM

We run: <BR>450 each locker (900 rear total) <BR>700 ski locker <BR>600 +/- front <BR>We run less in the rear than most, just mellows it out a bit <BR> <BR> <BR>I would for sure recommend getting a new prop... ACME 856 works amazing... planes out super fast and hold speed great

seth 07-05-2009 11:11 PM

I run 750's in the rear, 800-900 in the ski locker, integrated bow sac under the seats in the bow. If we only have a couple people we run another 500 in the center of the boat. You will definately have to re prop like Nick said. I have the Acme 1236 and it is awesome!

watsoc 07-06-2009 5:40 PM

Too much weight in the back lockers and it gets really steep. I agree with Nick and run it lighter in the back to keep the steepness in check but that decision is really up to you. Weight in the ski locker and in the nose makes the wake really get nice and hard. <BR> <BR>650s in each rear locker, but normally 2/3 full <BR>750 ski locker <BR>350 in nose with Fly High integrated bow sac <BR> <BR>Definately need a new prop if you want to roll with a ton of weight.

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