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invertigo 09-20-2004 10:25 PM

New to surfing...any setups for weighting an 02 x star for a good surf wake?? Thanks.

dave_willyams 12-15-2004 6:49 PM

fill it full of lead, until it sinks, then buy a Super Air, then you'll have a wake worth riding behind

invertigo 12-16-2004 7:25 PM

opinions are just like <font color="ff0000">•</font><font color="ff0000">•</font><font color="ff0000">•</font><font color="ff0000">•</font><font color="ff0000">•</font><font color="ff0000">•</font><font color="ff0000">•</font><font color="ff0000">•</font><font color="ff0000">•</font> everyones got one. Cut the ignorance and ride dikhead!

bambamski 12-19-2004 9:24 PM

David's an idiot <BR> <BR>Do a search, there's a couple of posts for the X-2 surfwake

blabel 12-24-2004 9:24 AM

Actually I think the SAN puts out a pretty weak wakesurfing wake. The X2 is a lot better IMO.

tws_andrew 02-24-2005 7:37 AM

I fill all stock plus a 550# sac in the port rear plus at leaset 3 people or 250# sac up front. I find that weight in the bow is really critical. When I have the bow weighted perfectly you don't even have to try the wake is so big.

denverd1 02-24-2005 8:56 AM

andrew- so you don't fill the bow 250 all the way?

invertigo1 03-04-2005 11:19 PM

Replaced stock rear tanks with 680# sacks, fill ski locker sack, 440# upfront 600# sack on wrap around seat---we dont need no stinking ocean!

tws_andrew 04-12-2005 9:52 AM

Nacho <BR> <BR>Let me clarify. I fill all the factory ballasts. I add a very large sac that holds 600 in the left rear and I fill it as full as I can(~550) I also have two front sacs custom plumbed under the cushions that hold about 250 total. I fill these when I don't have people. When I do I put 3 in the front. The front does two things for the x2 in my experience. It cleans up the wake face and pushes it a little farther away from the deck(also makes the boat drive a ton better). Even if I don't have much weight in the back the front is still critical for a good but small wake on the x2. Just my experience but we have been surfing behind my boat for two full summers


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