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caskimmer 04-15-2007 11:02 AM

I thought it might be helpful to start a database of wake setups. <BR> <BR>The idea is to list what model and year of boat you're running, a detailed as possible explanation of how it is weighted, and a pic or 2. (both sides if possible) This will not only help those new to the sport but probably refine a couple of our setups as well. I'll do my sister's 04 Malibu VLX this evening.

locwakeoutlawscom 04-16-2007 2:28 PM

Sean - This is a great idea, I'd be very curious to learn others setup and what I might be missing out on. I typically don't permit goofy weighting as that's the wrong side on my boat ;) but I do have a breakdown of how it's weighted for regular. <BR> <BR>See link below for a knowledge article I wrote on weighing a 2006 Wakesetter VLX for surfing. There's 5 pictures and a video too. <BR> <BR><a href="http://www.wakeoutlaws.com/kdetail.php?k_id=KD1171934150K45da4bc6787e7" target="_blank">Weighing 2006 Wakesetter VLX for Surfing</a> <BR> <BR>Loc

souperfly 04-17-2007 5:21 PM

Here's mine: <BR> <BR>Boat: 1996 Malibu Sunsetter Direct Drive <BR>Wedge down <BR>440 side of engine (surf side) <BR>440 behind engine <BR>350 ski locker <BR>200 lead in ski locker <BR>200 lead in front storage on surf side <BR>2 people <BR>2100rpm (around 9mph i think?) <BR> <BR> <img src="http://www.wakeworld.com/MB/Discus/messages/559019/437413.jpg" alt="Upload">

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