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jrandol 03-27-2004 6:20 AM

I am looking at a 94 Sport Nautique in a few weeks. Does anyone have pictures of the wake at slalom and wakeboard speeds on a boat like this?

tparider 03-27-2004 8:20 AM

The 94 sport has the same hull as the present day Super Air, so I wouldn't worry about getting any pics, just buy 3-4 sacks and you will have a world class wake. <BR> <BR>

xtigeman 03-27-2004 8:26 AM

Absolute awseome wake. As good or better than the new boats including the V-Drives. No dissappointments wake wise. My friends that own one used to be big slalom skiers and they had no compliants about it for that either, but the wakeboard wake is incredible.

jrandol 03-27-2004 9:27 AM

Thanks guys, does anyone have some pics of the slalom wake? I am more of a buoy head myself but I have some friends who are serious boarders. Trying to find pics of the Slalom wake. <BR> <BR>

xtigeman 03-27-2004 11:03 AM

Hahaha, wrong board for that. We like photos a fat juicy wakes.

jrandol 03-27-2004 11:22 AM

I know, kinda outta place on here arent I?? <img src="http://messageboard.wakeworld.com/MB/discus/clipart/blush.gif" border=0>I cant find any Nautique sites/forums that are good for more answers.

jrichard 03-27-2004 6:06 PM

Hi Jeff, <BR> <BR>I had a 95 Sport Nautique that I originally bought for skiing. Ends up it's a perfect boat for wakeboarding. I don't have any photos for you, but I can tell you that it puts out a decent slalom wake. It isn't as good as the SN or Prostar 190 of the same period, but it is easily the best of the 21' comp/family boats (including the PS205). My main complaint was that the rooster tail just hits the ski at 34mph/15off. So, if you like that combination, you'll have to deal with a bit of a kick as you cross the center of the wake. It's not horrible, but it is noticeable. You can reduce that issue by (a) pulling at 36mph, or (b) taking off another loop. I've also heard that moving to a 4 blade prop eliminates the rooster tail issue.

ccraftskierfan 03-27-2004 8:04 PM

<a href="http://www.correctcraftfan.com/forum/" target="_blank">http://www.correctcraftfan.com/forum/</a>

99air 03-28-2004 4:39 AM

<a href="http://www.planetnautique.com" target="_blank">www.planetnautique.com</a>

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