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agfan12 06-15-2012 8:35 PM

Weighting 2011 Malibu LSV
 
I'm finally getting around to buying some extra sacs for a 23 LSV. What is the optimal setup for wakeboarding?

I've agreed to buy some old style Fly High sacs off of Craigslist but wanted to check here first. I'm picking up 2 750s and a 1,000 lb sac for the bow. Will this be good or is it too much/too little? I'd love to pick up some ProXs but I don't have the budget for it.

wakeboardin2k4 06-16-2012 7:17 AM

that should be good. Thats what we run in our 23LSV at the Malibu Dealership I work at. That plus full ballast, power wedge down and a crew of people if possible!

ilikebeaverandboats 06-17-2012 8:11 PM

Lead is scary!

slipknot 06-18-2012 7:44 AM

lead wake are you a paying advertiser here?

If not your post is deleted in a matter of minutes.

You have to pay to play my friend.

durty_curt 06-18-2012 9:52 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by slipknot (Post 1760689)
lead wake are you a paying advertiser here?

If not your post is deleted in a matter of minutes.

You have to pay to play my friend.

Did I miss something? Or did someones post get flagged and/or removed

jarrod 06-19-2012 8:45 AM

That should be fine. We ran a similar setup, but we supplemented with lead and ran smaller sacks to reduce fill time and clutter. You can safely run 500-1000 pounds in lead without any problems.


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