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zap 06-30-2013 8:22 AM

Radar Satori - Didn't know where to post
 
The waterski forum is pretty much dead so i thought I would try posting this here..

Has anyone tried the Radar Satori behind a weighted wakeboat? This looks like a bunch of fun and would be a great addition to the toy quiver. Especially for those who used to go fast...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LJvlzq9NVu0

madcityskier 06-30-2013 6:35 PM

You need an old F44 Craze. At least I think that was the name. Dave Reinhardt used to throw donkey kicks, front flips and such on one.

the_right_kind 07-01-2013 7:28 AM

My buddy has one. He's bringing it to Powell with us next week, I'm looking forward to trying it.
Hell, I'm looking forward to just getting out on the lake for a week straight, and not working.

denystaucd 07-01-2013 3:22 PM

Obrien made a few ski's like the F44, I had a Krypton back in the early early 90's and it jumped the wake great and threw massive spray. It was an odd shaped ski not to great for salmon. The biggest thing is getting an wide ski so you could slow the boat for jumping and freestyle, hard jump a ski above 30mph.

here's a link to the o'briens shape;
http://kennesaw.showmethead.com/bicy..._17477533.html

ps. wakeboard are more fun, salmon skiing is a workout!

zap 07-01-2013 7:27 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by the_right_kind (Post 1830956)
My buddy has one. He's bringing it to Powell with us next week, I'm looking forward to trying it.
Hell, I'm looking forward to just getting out on the lake for a week straight, and not working.



Let us know how the ski performs,

I am curious to know f it's just an old ski with a we top sheet, or it's all together something new

polarbill 07-01-2013 7:37 PM

The Satori is something completely different. It has a flat bottom and has some flex to it. It is meant to be ridden under 25mph. I haven't been on it but I imagine it is a ski that would be good for someone first learning how to get up on a single ski, someone who liked skiing but just can't/won't do the 34mph thing or someone just getting out and having some fun cutting and jumping on a ski.


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