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rbeckei 06-28-2010 6:48 AM

Weighting MC X-2- starboard side
 
Can anyone help me with the formula. thank you for your help.

rbeckei 06-29-2010 6:40 AM

Anyone have any idea?

KnoxX2 07-18-2010 12:25 PM

We have a 06 X2 and ride on the starboard side.

This is our setup: I have one 400# sac in the rear and the v-drive bow sac in the front filled half way ( what I mean is, I take the bow sac and roll the port side up so it will not fill) This puts all the weight on the starboard side. I works well but I have noticed that if I have about 2 adults in the back on the starboard side I have a much bigger surf wake. So I am going to upgrade to the 750 sac. BTW I have no stock tanks in my boat. this allows me to use bigger fat sacs.

We have only been surfing for about a year so I am always looking to get a bigger wave! Hope this helps!!!

KnoxX2 07-18-2010 2:20 PM

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Here is a Pic for you. This was in the spring in Fl. with 5 adults in the boat. The surf wake was huge.

dohboy 07-18-2010 4:33 PM

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I have an 08X2 with the fly high sacks. I fill the stock ballast tanks and the starboard fly high sack. Then another 500 lbs of bodies or sacks in the rear starboard side seating. My problem is if I add too muck weight the swim deck cuts into the water and washes out the top of the cresting wave. Anyone else have this problem? PP set to 12.6 mph.

tprattii 07-18-2010 5:41 PM

Knox, is that a fish right in front of your board?


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