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jmanst15 10-08-2010 9:51 AM

Lets see some SACKED out wake pics!
 
I know some absolutely filthy huge wakes are out there. Post your pics! Wakeboard and surf!

jmanst15 10-08-2010 9:52 AM

oh and dont forget to post the specs if you have em!

wade_lewark 10-08-2010 12:37 PM

2010 Axis A22 at Lake Shasta this summer.
Stock Ballast with additional Plug & Play Ballast (2700 Lbs.) and Wedge down with 5 people in the boat.
Wake will boot you sky high-


http://www.futuremediacreations.com/forum-pix/38.jpg

bendow 10-08-2010 1:14 PM

wow! that's a huge wake! I wonder if the A20 is capable of that? I'd like to have the A20 one day.

crosenhahn 10-08-2010 1:50 PM

Man I love Photoshop^^^^

polarbill 10-08-2010 2:11 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by crosenhahn (Post 1639080)
Man I love Photoshop^^^^

Really? That pic looks legit to me.

bruizza 10-08-2010 2:33 PM

Looks a whole lot like our Axis wake with the same set up....

bruizza 10-08-2010 2:40 PM

Same wake as Wade's but the pic isn't as good. The rider in the pic is 6'4.

http://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-..._6045494_n.jpg

mike3500 10-08-2010 2:47 PM

that first wake is insane. i would be doing the same as the guy in the pic, and riding away from it. Damn, that thing has teeth!!! Maybe the guy is only 4' tall??

elc 10-08-2010 2:56 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by crosenhahn (Post 1639080)
Man I love Photoshop^^^^

Wades pic is legit. The A22 wake is big with plug and play + wedge. With just weight you loose that little lip at the top... Thats probably around 23 mph at 75 or 80 ft.

bruizza 10-08-2010 3:00 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by elc (Post 1639104)
Wades pic is legit. The A22 wake is big with plug and play + wedge. With just weight you loose that little lip at the top... Thats probably around 23 mph at 75 or 80 ft.

I agree 100% Everyone that has ridden behind our Axis this summer with full ballast and wedge has said it is the biggest wake they have ever ridden. Don't get me wrong I know there are bigger wakes out there but you can't beat the A22 wake with plug and play + wedge right out of the box IMHO.

wade_lewark 10-08-2010 4:17 PM

come on now... I would not post a PS photo on the forums...
the Axis with max ballast and wedge + xtra peeps in the boat does really throw a fat ass wake! gotta luv it!

wade_lewark 10-08-2010 4:21 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by wade_lewark (Post 1639069)
2010 Axis A22 at Lake Shasta this summer.
Stock Ballast with additional Plug & Play Ballast (2700 Lbs.) and Wedge down with 5 people in the boat.
Wake will boot you sky high-


http://www.futuremediacreations.com/forum-pix/38.jpg

That is my bro-inlaw who is 6'3" and I was driving the boat.

wade_lewark 10-08-2010 4:23 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by mike3500 (Post 1639099)
that first wake is insane. i would be doing the same as the guy in the pic, and riding away from it. Damn, that thing has teeth!!! Maybe the guy is only 4' tall??

he is 6'-3" frankenstein mofo... bro-inlaw

wade_lewark 10-08-2010 4:24 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by elc (Post 1639104)
Wades pic is legit. The A22 wake is big with plug and play + wedge. With just weight you loose that little lip at the top... Thats probably around 23 mph at 75 or 80 ft.

close...
22.8 mph
78' rope

wade_lewark 10-08-2010 4:27 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by bruizza (Post 1639106)
i agree 100% everyone that has ridden behind our axis this summer with full ballast and wedge has said it is the biggest wake they have ever ridden. Don't get me wrong i know there are bigger wakes out there but you can't beat the a22 wake with plug and play + wedge right out of the box imho.

word!

wade_lewark 10-08-2010 5:00 PM

here are a few more pix of the wake

http://www.futuremediacreations.com/forum-pix/15.jpg

http://www.futuremediacreations.com/forum-pix/26.jpg

http://www.futuremediacreations.com/forum-pix/55.jpg

h20king 10-09-2010 7:25 AM

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not sacked out but not bad for just 200LBS lead in the bow and the switchblade on four and four hundred LBS people weight at 22 mph I love my blade there is never any wash with it..........H

downfortheride 10-09-2010 1:21 PM

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You have to show some love for 02 SANTE rolling with 1300 in it.
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benjaminp 10-09-2010 3:07 PM

Not bad Harold, but really not the place for it. That Axis wake is outta control, I'm jealous.

10-09-2010 3:28 PM

i thought gloves went out in 99?

h20king 10-09-2010 3:40 PM

Ben it gets way bigger but have not had a need for it as I have another 2400 LBS of ballast that can be added at a flick of a couple switches ......H

steelesrt 10-09-2010 5:39 PM

can u say wake surf??? we had the gravity games ballast, front and left full, plus the 3 bags. front locker is 1100#, left is 650, there is a 750 on the floor w/ a 1200 triangle on top, and another 750 on top of that. the back of the boat was under water before we moved everyone to the left side of the boat. The roller would actually hurt when u fell as it pushed you under the water. lol we had basically the exact same amount of weight for wakeboarding as well, just a little more even side to side:)

http://i248.photobucket.com/albums/g...DSC01572-1.jpg
http://i248.photobucket.com/albums/g...DSC01588-1.jpg
http://i248.photobucket.com/albums/g...327001821a.jpg
http://i248.photobucket.com/albums/g...0327001820.jpg

kruiserkat 10-09-2010 5:51 PM

Looks Safe, Why no pic of the wake? Bet that thing did a wheelie.

smitty1258 10-09-2010 6:30 PM

x2 lets see that surf wake

05mobiuslsv 10-09-2010 7:29 PM

Probably wasn't nearly as impressive as the ammount of weight they were running?

liquidmx 10-10-2010 12:14 AM

How did that top bag not roll right off the back when you pulled someone up?

wade_lewark 10-10-2010 11:13 AM

thats crazy!

wade_lewark 10-10-2010 2:48 PM

thats why I like the Axis, all the weight and no bags to trip over-

Woody 10-10-2010 4:53 PM

Is the Axis wake like the Malibu wake or different?

joeshmoe 10-10-2010 5:16 PM

all that weight and you couldn't get a surf pic?

steelesrt 10-10-2010 6:41 PM

srry guys. put all the pics up and forgot the wake pic. its not the best photo of just the wake but it'll work.
http://i248.photobucket.com/albums/g...d/DSC01575.jpg

steelesrt 10-10-2010 6:57 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by wade_lewark (Post 1639355)
thats why I like the Axis, all the weight and no bags to trip over-

axis is a sick boat, but there is no boat on the market that has a huge wake w/ stock ballast. I would much rather fill up 100 sacs than ride w/ 900#s of ballast. lol. everyone is at different skill levels, but the thread is about sac'd out boats.
here is a vlx w/ 2x 750 3x 500 and 1250 stock ballast. in this pic there is an extra 500 on the back seat because there weren't any extra people w/ us that day. Just ryan and me. And the off 180 is me at 25mph at 90ft. same vlx
http://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-...1_128993_n.jpg
http://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-..._7222824_n.jpg

lfadam 10-10-2010 7:02 PM

sick sequence.

"there is no boat on the market that has a huge wake w/ stock ballast."

false. Epic 23V really is huge with stock ballast. Its 4000 lbs. I can honestly say that Epic with stock ballast full and a few people is at least tied with the biggest wakes Ive ever ridden.

ralph 10-10-2010 11:38 PM

The epic wake with an extra 400 or so in the nose is one of my favorites

ilikebeaverandboats 10-10-2010 11:54 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by steelesrt (Post 1639399)
srry guys. put all the pics up and forgot the wake pic. its not the best photo of just the wake but it'll work.
http://i248.photobucket.com/albums/g...d/DSC01575.jpg

you my friend, need more speed and that wave would be quality.

crosenhahn 10-11-2010 8:57 AM

My Bad on the photoshop comment...That wake is HUGE!!!! Nice Ride!!!!

wade_lewark 10-11-2010 10:08 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by crosenhahn (Post 1639505)
My Bad on the photoshop comment...That wake is HUGE!!!! Nice Ride!!!!

it's all good-

bruizza 10-11-2010 10:12 AM

[QUOTE=steelesrt;1639407]axis is a sick boat, but there is no boat on the market that has a huge wake w/ stock ballast. I would much rather fill up 100 sacs than ride w/ 900#s of ballast. lol. everyone is at different skill levels, but the thread is about sac'd out boats.
here is a vlx w/ 2x 750 3x 500 and 1250 stock ballast. in this pic there is an extra 500 on the back seat because there weren't any extra people w/ us that day. Just ryan and me. And the off 180 is me at 25mph at 90ft. same vlx


The Axis wakes we are talking about in this thread are with the plug and play system which is 2700lbs of ballast not 900. You can swap the 400s in the back out for 750s and be sitting on 3400lbs of ballast plus wedge and not a bit of it is laying in the boat.

sidekicknicholas 10-11-2010 10:24 AM

+! for old SANTE hull
Here is ours w/ only ~1500lbs (ballast and people)
http://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/photos-a...83591_3414.jpg
http://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/photos-a...83592_3661.jpg
http://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/photos-a...83584_1682.jpg

10-11-2010 10:30 AM

And people wonder why their boat has cracks in the hull and why the engine has problems with only 500 hours on it... and why the people who live on the lake are trying to ban ballast systems...

loudontn 10-11-2010 10:40 AM

Surf wake

http://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-..._1840957_n.jpg

spencerwm 10-11-2010 10:46 AM

2005 Malibu VLX
 
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Here is a 2005 Malibu VLX wake when weighted to perfection.

Setup:
Stock Ballast Full
Bow = 750lb. Fat Sac
Walk Way = 400lb. V Drive Surf Sac
Rear Lockers = 750lb. Fat Sac each side.
Wedge = Up
Speed = 25
People = 2
Gear = None
Elevation = 500 feet
Water Depth = over 100 feet
Prop = Acme 1235

Attachment 9218

Attachment 9219

wake77 10-11-2010 3:39 PM

^All that to skate?

"And people wonder why their boat has cracks in the hull and why the engine has problems with only 500 hours on it... and why the people who live on the lake are trying to ban ballast systems..."

Leave it to sam to be a boner-killer.

05mobiuslsv 10-11-2010 3:51 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by loudontn (Post 1639540)

I saw a wave like that off the back of a mallard the other day.

10-11-2010 4:24 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by wake77 (Post 1639621)
^All that to skate?

"And people wonder why their boat has cracks in the hull and why the engine has problems with only 500 hours on it... and why the people who live on the lake are trying to ban ballast systems..."

Leave it to sam to be a boner-killer.

I'm just saying...

ilikebeaverandboats 10-11-2010 4:27 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by SamIngram (Post 1639640)
I'm just saying...

are you some type of slalom skier or something?

illini88 10-11-2010 9:07 PM

Since Ian hasn't posted yet, I'll throw out a stock ballast shot of his 08 Tomcat

http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?pi...6&id=643039123

illini88 10-11-2010 9:20 PM

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Sorry, it didn't show up above

silvermustang35 10-12-2010 9:01 AM

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Rider Perspective pic, and a couple of riding stock ballast. 3 people in the boat. Wedge down. 2010 Axis A22
Black and white pic is A20 Wake.

wake77 10-12-2010 9:02 AM

Man, that Axis wake looks good. I need to take a set behind one.

wakeboardern1 10-12-2010 9:04 AM

http://img84.imageshack.us/img84/8074/ssvsackedout.jpg

Not the best picture since it's actually a still from some video, but this is my Supra 24SSV Worlds. Has the stock 2k, plus 1300 in sacks and another thousand lbs in people.

spencerwm 10-13-2010 6:54 PM

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Quote:

Originally Posted by wake77 (Post 1639621)
^All that to skate?

Yeah all that to skate. What wakeskaters can't have a nice big wake? Evan and Dustin were getting a set in the night before the tige Pro Am. The comp boat sucked for the prelims but they did get it dialed the next day. Sorry, pictures are bad.

Attachment 9270

Attachment 9271

10-18-2010 3:58 PM

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2011 230 Super Air Nautique

Surf Sacked
Colin Shredding a Sacked Wakeboard Wake at 25.5 MPH and 85 feet

dbdb 10-19-2010 10:46 AM

thats going pretty big....

jeff_mn 10-19-2010 10:55 AM

What is Fogelson riding in that pic? Not riding a Lyman anymore?

will5150 10-20-2010 2:32 PM

yah,,, Jay can go big. Everything he throws is huge- where's a pic of your wake Jay? that thing scares the $Hiz out of me!

loudontn 10-20-2010 5:39 PM

Casey, what speed you all surfing at?

bill_airjunky 10-20-2010 7:35 PM

Stock Vride 900 lbs, plus 200 lbs in the bow & 5 people on board.

http://i144.photobucket.com/albums/r...s/Bill0710.jpg

mike3500 10-21-2010 8:51 AM

Bill, wish I could see that picture you posted (work has it blocked). We just sold our 05 Vride. All we had was the integrated bow sac (and stock mid), but it worked great. I love me some Vride!

seth 10-21-2010 9:23 AM

does the wake do anything with an air chair?

cjh1669 10-21-2010 10:10 AM

THat 230 wake is insane, what weight are you running for surfing and wakeboarding?

bill_airjunky 10-21-2010 11:11 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by seth (Post 1641853)
does the wake do anything with an air chair?

I sure didn't get that all on my own!!

Just like a board, it's a combination of the equipment, wake & technique. I just happened to get all of that one at the time. I'm certainly not consistent at it, but manage to hook it all up occasionally.

ilikebeaverandboats 10-21-2010 1:18 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by bill_airjunky (Post 1641890)
I sure didn't get that all on my own!!

Just like a board, it's a combination of the equipment, wake & technique. I just happened to get all of that one at the time. I'm certainly not consistent at it, but manage to hook it all up occasionally.

hows the landing feel on one of those? especially when your that high!!! cant imagine it feels great on the low back if you land to hard.

bill_airjunky 10-21-2010 3:09 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ilikebeaverandboats (Post 1641921)
hows the landing feel on one of those? especially when your that high!!! cant imagine it feels great on the low back if you land to hard.

The best comparison I can make is when your jumping a dirt bike or mt bike. If your up off the seat, use your legs, then it goes well. If not, it can be a rough landing. You can't really get off the seat because of the belt, but you can land a bit nose heavy & sort of scoop in on the landings. The foil itself is 38" long, so you have some time to slow it down as the wings hit the water... til the board hits.
Plus the seats have some suspension in them. The Evolution seat I use has about 1" of travel. The older Shock Towers were heavier but have like 4" of travel. Plus you have a 2" thick pad on the seat.
I had a bulging disc in L5 S1 years ago & riding SkySki doesn't aggravate it very much at all. Obviously if my back is bothering me, I'm not out there pushing it though.

Getting that high is a rush, for sure! When you have so much time in the air that you can see stuff on the floor of the boat, hear people nearby saying, "HOLY *^%#@!", then finally land it.... well it's tough to beat that feeling. The really good rider count the height in frames.... like how many video frames in a video of the trick. I think the highest is like 62 frames..... at 30 frames/second thats over 2 seconds in the air!

If anyone is ever interested in trying it out sometime, drop me a line. I have a few connections & might be able to hook you up with someone in your area. Getting out with someone who is already riding is a great way to speed up the learning curve. A couple of guys I coached a bit on their riding in the last year or so (and are WW members) & are landing inverts already.

brucemac 10-21-2010 4:37 PM

there's always a few on samm. really fun to watch. been trying to hook up with my cousin in wenatchee. he and his are into it.

elc 10-21-2010 9:39 PM

wow... cool shot bill.

bendow 10-22-2010 10:55 AM

whoa...that's huge Bill!

migs 10-22-2010 11:08 AM

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not "SACKED" but about 1100 above ballast.

mdaijogo 10-22-2010 1:07 PM

Port side ballast only. F21 Tomcat.

http://i39.photobucket.com/albums/e1...t/Big_wave.jpg

m-

benjaminp 10-22-2010 1:58 PM

Mario, maybe you should think about sacking out your boat before you try to post in this thread. My kayak makes a bigger wake than that.

mdaijogo 10-22-2010 2:16 PM

Roger that Ben. I'll get some sacks to try to dial out the wash at the end of the curl.

m-

501s 10-23-2010 1:49 PM

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Here is a pic of my Moomba Mobius XLV with 2650 lbs and 3 people on board. It boots.

benjaminp 10-23-2010 4:08 PM

Atta step up Mario, great attitude. Maybe you can take some tips from Levi, oh baby thats a large wake. This thread makes me go weak at the knees.

ironj32 10-24-2010 5:04 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by jeff_mn (Post 1641308)
What is Fogelson riding in that pic? Not riding a Lyman anymore?

Jeff, right now I'm on the 2010 Lyman Limited (has the Grind Base).

ironj32 10-24-2010 5:07 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by cjh1669 (Post 1641869)
THat 230 wake is insane, what weight are you running for surfing and wakeboarding?


cjh1669, for wakeboarding we had stock ballast (1075 lbs), plus an additional 750 lbs on each side of the engine, 450 on the floor in the back, 700 in the front walkway/bow, and then an 1100 lb bow triangle. We also had 4 adults in there. We were riding at 27 mph, and 85 ft.

I haven't surfed that boat yet, so Casey will have to fill you in on that.

ironj32 10-24-2010 5:24 PM

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Quote:

Originally Posted by will5150 (Post 1641674)
yah,,, Jay can go big. Everything he throws is huge- where's a pic of your wake Jay? that thing scares the $Hiz out of me!

Will, ask and you shall receive :D Here are a couple of my 2000 XStar

greg2 10-24-2010 5:56 PM

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Here's about 1K in my 09 V-Ride...Bill K helped get my wake rolls dialed in. The board has always been a lot of fun, but at 43 with a lot of hard miles on the body my knees really like the sky ski.

bill_airjunky 10-24-2010 7:19 PM

Nice Greg! Miss that big wake of yours around here!

andrewjet 10-25-2010 10:20 AM

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1700 lbs!! Yeah..the wake is still pretty small. lol. But I love her still. :D


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