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Matt 04-02-2010 9:44 AM

How much is too much electrical ballist?
Guys after I started on my sound system I have added + added + added, well here is my issue as of right now....

I have as of right now 650# of electronic ballist(subs amps batteries wiring) 540# of which is on the Starboard(drivers side).. With myself 240# and a full cooler 170# that will be 950# ballist on the starboard side with the bags empty... What is that going to look like in the water.. Will it look sacked like for surfing? I can adjust the weight while riding or surfing, I have 1100# locker bags & 1180 front... I'm more worried about getting it on and off the trailer...

Anyone ever ran into this issue? or have a pic of 950# +/- on one side?

taft 04-03-2010 1:42 AM

You've got a 24 foot boat, so you probably won't see too much tilt. I'm on a 23'7" and I don't recall the tilt being "noticeable" below 1000lbs... It's a bit hard for me to say what is noticeable though as I like to get that boat on her side.

Definitely not sacked out though.

robert 04-03-2010 4:55 PM

Get some fat friends to sit on the other side or use led to move around to adjust for the weight difference.

johnny_defacto 04-03-2010 5:27 PM

If loading becomes an issue, then keep the port side 1100 bag full until you are on the trailer. Other than that, I do not think this will be an issue on your boat, you will definately have to keep your starboard side locker bag pretty empty to compensate.

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