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calexan 07-21-2009 11:52 PM

Havnt had much time to play with my boat since ive spend all summer studying for a test (it blows), but i was curious if it was possible to get ropeless surfing behind my bu without adding extra bags. <BR> <BR>At some point i will be adding bags, but i wont have time to install any before i get to take the boat out again. Just curious what speeds yall are running and how you have the ballasts filled for the time being. <BR> <BR>Im looking for a picture for an example of what the factory preset settings give me, but it feels pretty slow at 10.2. All help is much appreciated.

mhunter 07-22-2009 5:34 AM

We did it with 2 peeps on board and stock balast. <BR>It had a very good wake.

masonwakerider 07-22-2009 5:38 AM

shouldn't this be moved to wakesurfing? <BR> <BR>Get lots of friends and a big fast board like a inland red tide, it will be a lot tougher on a smaller board. <BR> <BR>as for speed 10 to 12, fast enough for a good pocket and slow enough to stay with the wave, just dial it in. Our speed changes with every change in weight rider or board.

denverd1 07-22-2009 10:33 AM

just throw a sac in there and fill it. Auto ballast is cool, but there are other ways to weigh down your boat. <BR> <BR>And I don't care what test you're studying for, an hour or two on the lake each day will do wonders for your mind. Take some flash cards if you can't put it down.

calexan 07-22-2009 3:52 PM

Haha Bar exam.....

michridr69 07-22-2009 6:23 PM

my sister surfs with just me driving, put the wedge half way up and fill the mid, and the back 2 and it works

calexan 07-22-2009 6:45 PM

Awesome man.... Thanks..... ill try it next weekend

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