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geistwatersportscom 10-20-2013 7:56 PM

Wakesurf Video (G23 NSS)
 
Here is some "non traditional" surfing......just for fun. My video is kinda long for an internet edit 4:52......maybe good to view when it's too cold to board! We have had a great year in Indianapolis with a warm summer and fall! All footage is with stock G23 ballast.
-Rob


<iframe src="//player.vimeo.com/video/76699376" width="500" height="281" frameborder="0" webkitallowfullscreen mozallowfullscreen allowfullscreen></iframe> <p><a href="http://vimeo.com/76699376">N3Boatworks Wakesurf Nautique G23 with NSS</a> from <a href="http://vimeo.com/user7207320">Rob Riewoldt</a> on <a href="https://vimeo.com">Vimeo</a>.</p>

MCObray 10-20-2013 11:55 PM

Nice edit. It looks like that G is in need of an FAE, asap.

brycejb328 10-21-2013 7:12 AM

What board are you riding.. seems to stay in the pocket no matter what you were doing!!

brett33 10-21-2013 8:09 AM

Sick. Dudes got more combos than McDonald's

geistwatersportscom 10-21-2013 5:40 PM

Thanks guys! Getting the FAE Surfpipe on the G over this winter. The main Board that is Yellow and Grey Is the Hyperlite Landlock. The sit down and lay down board is the Ronix Duke. Great boards to jump on if you're burnt out on working on the skim board or trying to get major airs.

JamesHawk101 10-21-2013 7:00 PM

I have NSS on my G23 and its amazing! What setting were you running in this video? My favorite is 11.3 mph with the NSS at 2 to 3. Throws a massive long wave.

geistwatersportscom 10-21-2013 7:28 PM

Jimmy S, I am running 10.9mph with Vert at 5 and ramp at 2. I do this setting with stock ballast and 2 to 4 people in the boat. If I get 5 to 10 people in the boat I will run 11.1mph and then do vert at 4 or 3 and ramp at 1. I haven't weighted it down real heavy or listed the boat over at all with fat sacs.

JamesHawk101 10-22-2013 3:44 PM

Most of the time I run 10.9 with NCRS at 5 and NSS at 0 or 1 (depends on water depth). I ride a Hyperlite Broadcast which works well for that setting I have found.

geistwatersportscom 10-25-2013 8:22 AM

Yeah Jimmy we are on the same page with surf set ups on the G23........I haven't messed with it has much as I tought I would because that seems to be the sweet spot!

DocPhilMD 11-04-2013 11:35 AM

Why do the nautiques seem to spew so much steam? I demoed a 2014 SAN 210 and it was like surfing behind a semi

MCObray 11-04-2013 9:44 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by DocPhilMD (Post 1851746)
Why do the nautiques seem to spew so much steam? I demoed a 2014 SAN 210 and it was like surfing behind a semi

I believe it has something to do with the Swim Deck sitting completely out of the water, allow a pocket between he swim deck & water, therefore Exhaust Fumes and Steam (from exhaust contact with the water) are allowed to surface... creating the white steam/smoke. I experienced the same thing behind a G23 this summer while surfing. A FAE is the solution to this problem.

geistwatersportscom 11-05-2013 10:07 AM

Yeah on any 2013 or 2014 Nautiques (210, 230, G23, G25) you are going to want to have the Surfpipe FAE on it. In this video I do not have one. I am getting one over the winter. So if I come up with some other crazy surf Ideas I will be surfing exhaust free!!!

soonerbilly 11-06-2013 7:26 AM

I'm with Bryce......what the hell board is that? And obviously way better than me and my peeps.

geistwatersportscom 11-09-2013 6:08 AM

Hey guys the Yellow board I am riding in this video is the Hyperlite landlock. The sit down action is on the Ronix Duke. Looks like the final ride sessions this weekend in Indianapolis!

gmwild50 11-15-2013 1:47 PM

Great video! what did you use for the flyover shots? I love the drop-in's, we tried a few time at the end of the summer but couldn't ride it out. Maybe that big board is the trick.

geistwatersportscom 11-15-2013 1:56 PM

The key to the big drop is to land on the "hard part" of the rooster so that the board doesn't sink. It is a little easier on other boats besides a G, cuz that is such far drop. I did it on a skim board on a Malibu LSV but it's not much of a drop compared to the G. The big board helps if you land too far back on the wave. I am definately not batting .500 yet on those haha Good fun though!

cowwboy 11-18-2013 6:08 AM

Seeing vid's like this make me really want to brave the cold weather and get back on a board.

durty_curt 11-18-2013 8:12 AM

and I thought I was the only guy with stupid tricks up his sleeve... keep up the good work! and video didn't even seem long at all

geistwatersportscom 11-19-2013 8:01 PM

Thanks DC! @daniel, I hope we get another warm weekend in Indy..... Doesn't look good!

cowwboy 11-20-2013 8:20 AM

If my dry suit wasn't leaking and I had enough brave friends to get a crew I could still be riding. But with college footbal and hunting season finding a crew is next to impossible.


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