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johnboyy7 06-10-2012 12:27 PM

how to weight a RZR
 
what have yall found to be the best way to weight an RZR stock? also what are your weight set ups customized? pics would be sweet too, if you have them.

we were surfing my buddys rzr yest and seemed to have trouble getting the steepness out and getting it to lengthen, and clean up. were riding about 10.6.

bspot5 06-10-2012 7:13 PM

I was running full stock bags up front, full surf side, taps 2-4 and around 11.2mph. Stock wave was great for a 20ft boat. I ended up putting a custom surf sac in the port side and would add weight to the off side so the wave wouldn't be so steep. Good luck.

ilikebeaverandboats 06-10-2012 7:23 PM

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Originally Posted by bspot5 (Post 1758937)
I was running full stock bags up front, full surf side, taps 2-4 and around 11.2mph. Stock wave was great for a 20ft boat. I ended up putting a custom surf sac in the port side and would add weight to the off side so the wave wouldn't be so steep. Good luck.

custom surf sack to offset weight, to each his own i guess, I would have told you to just fill the surf side a bit less until you get the hang of it. What kinda boards do you surf with? I've found with the wake company boards and with the skim style, the steeper waves are hard to ride, but with surf style is no big deal.
I used to not like it too steep, but once I started progressing it was great.

bspot5 06-11-2012 9:02 PM

More weight means more boat in the water. Same list, bigger wave.


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