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daveronix199 08-24-2010 8:29 AM

24ssv weighting tips
Hey guys I'm running stock ballast wondering where to place the sacs? Does this boat like bowweight? Or more in the lockers? Or do I follow the 40/60 rule?!

Thanks for the help dudes

crosenhahn 08-24-2010 8:54 AM

When we ride in my buddies we always put as much weight as possible in the front (800-1500#)..They are a little sensitive to weight movement but the more in the front the better the wake looks. GL

tre 08-24-2010 8:55 AM

When you say stock ballast, do you mean the 1100 in the front and 400 on both sides of the engine or do you have the smaller sac in front?

Are you trying to add weight? If so, how much?

daveronix199 08-24-2010 10:57 AM

Thanks for the help guys... Tre we are trying to get the biggest and best wake possible out of this boat... Its my buddies boat and i think he has 250's on both sides of the engine... and i believe he has 1100 in the front but the boat i know has way more potential then we are getting from it.... I have twin 750's and twin 440's just not sure on where to put them

crosenhahn 08-24-2010 12:43 PM

I would put the twin 750's in the rear lockers and 1-450 in the walk way and 1-450 in the bow w/ the 1100 in the bow.

ladbg 08-27-2010 1:43 PM

I have an 06 24 with 750's in the back, factory 1100 in the center and then add a 400 as far forward as I can in the play pen. This setup works well for us. Use the plate to shape the lip. I run about 1/2 to 3/4 up.

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