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ntkamper 08-03-2012 12:28 AM

Cable rider behind the boat video
Hey guys just wanted to share a quick video, all filmed from chase boat in Orlando on lake Holden. most all of these tricks i learned on the cable first and then eventually behind boat. Feedback/Criticism is welcome and encouraged!!



irishrider92 08-03-2012 7:04 AM

That's pretty awesome! Was it difficult getting used to the wake and adapting tricks to it or have you been riding boat a decent amount?

08-03-2012 7:41 AM

Sick riding!! Maybe the boat guys will stop bashing cable...ok maybe not.

Do you use your Watson Classic for cable as well or just boat??

ntkamper 08-03-2012 8:05 AM

thanks! It wasnt too difficult to get most tricks, i find spinning less work on the boat for some reason. For cable i dont use the watson, just boat. I like having some flex for rails so i ride the ronix pheonix right now. cable definitely helps your boat riding, anything you can do off the kicker you can do on the wake

alexair 08-03-2012 2:06 PM

Smooth riding Nick! My guess you've started near Greg's house

JoLo_Si 08-03-2012 4:41 PM

Nice vid Nick. Gordy did a good job on the edit too. Now you just need to do more than one a year.

9645glazier 08-03-2012 4:42 PM

That was sick. The style on the first hit was tight.

ntkamper 08-04-2012 2:10 PM

alex who is greg? not sure what you mean

fgcuwake 08-04-2012 7:07 PM

props bud! toe 9 was on point and unexpected!

ironj32 08-04-2012 8:23 PM

awesome riding, nick. pretty rad!

joeshmoe 08-04-2012 8:31 PM

awesome! speed and rope length?

ntkamper 08-05-2012 7:23 AM

speed is 23.2 with malibu perfect pass (always seems to be jumping around) and rope length is between 77 and 78 feet. thanks for the comments guys! much appreciated

alexair 08-05-2012 2:21 PM

Gregg Necrasson

irishrider92 08-05-2012 3:33 PM

Man one thing you could try if you think the speeds too erratic is to run the speed off rpm instead of mph. Just do it up to your first fall on mph and then read the rpm off the dial, then key it into the perfect pass system. Works so much better when turning and getting up to speed. Also you can just slam down the throttle and it'll plane faster

ntkamper 08-10-2012 5:14 PM

necrasson lives on holden? didnt know this... perfect pass = LAME! zero off is soo legit

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