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DocPhilMD 11-07-2013 8:13 AM

Best MC surf boat
 
I'm really not starting a riot here. I am just trying to get some info or maybe a link to a prior thread where this was discussed.

I am looking at upgrading my MXZ soon and MC is one brand I am looking at.

I wanted some info on the best boat to demo. I have heard the X30 is the best surf boat in the lineup.

I also wanted to know the best surf setup to take with me to demo it. Thanks.

Again, if this has already been discussed a simple link to the prior thread works

Please no MC riots. Thanks.

BenHolloway 11-07-2013 9:18 AM

Help me pick a surf boat< Maybe this guy could help?

X-25

DocPhilMD 11-07-2013 9:35 AM

I can't get that link

BenHolloway 11-07-2013 10:07 AM

LINK!

TheWoons 11-07-2013 11:05 AM

The X25 is an awesome surf boat as is the X30. You can't go wrong with either one. The X30 handles a bit better and it also depends if you like the V nose or pickly fork

DocPhilMD 11-07-2013 11:24 AM

Anyone know someone with an X30 that is wiling to share some pics or best ballast setup for my demo?

Anyone know the best ballast setup for an X30

Thanks Ryan that makes me feel good that an X25 owner is recommending an X30

durty_curt 11-07-2013 11:53 AM

here's the best setup we have done behind the X30
http://i1141.photobucket.com/albums/...psa6b44fa8.jpg

DocPhilMD 11-07-2013 12:04 PM

Thanks but what was the setup?

DocPhilMD 11-07-2013 12:07 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by durty_curt (Post 1852200)
here's the best setup we have done behind the X30
http://i1141.photobucket.com/albums/...psa6b44fa8.jpg

What was your setup?

TheWoons 11-07-2013 12:54 PM

I have a ton of pics of the X30 surfing on the MC forums. Search for my name

durty_curt 11-07-2013 1:01 PM

500lbs of lead in the rear locker port and belly full. plus lots of cool strangers.
which leads to strange things..

http://i1141.photobucket.com/albums/...ps31def6e5.jpg

SteveO 11-07-2013 7:34 PM

We made the switch from a Supreme V226 to a 2013 MC X30 at the end of July and love the surf wave on the X30. We run all the stock ballast full (port, starboard, and front), an 1100lb sac in the corner, 1100lb under the coffin seat and a 400lb sac in the front.

Ttime41 11-07-2013 7:44 PM

The way MC is marketing, it sound like they feel that the new X-46 is their flagship surf boat

gunford 11-08-2013 7:16 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by SteveO (Post 1852264)
We made the switch from a Supreme V226 to a 2013 MC X30 at the end of July and love the surf wave on the X30. We run all the stock ballast full (port, starboard, and front), an 1100lb sac in the corner, 1100lb under the coffin seat and a 400lb sac in the front.

SteveO what about tabs and attitude adjustment plate?

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SteveO 11-08-2013 9:19 AM

We haven't messed with the tabs or the attitude adjustment plate much. I think with the added weight in the front, we don't need the adjustment plate. We got the boat late in the season so we haven't had a whole lot of time to play around with a bunch of different setups. The setup we are using now produces a wave with a ton of push and I think it is comparable to the V226 wave as far as push and length, just a bit shorter in height.

vman 11-08-2013 6:33 PM

I would be glad to share the media of our X30. You can find it all on our FB page.

www.facebook.com/wakesurfaz

I would suggest you take as much weight to the demo as the dealer will allow. Port side---all stock tanks full, add as much as you can get in the locker, and as much as you can get under the bench seat. Starboard side--stock starboard and center full, and add as much as you can get in the locker. This will give you an idea of how good the surf wake is, then you can play with the tabs when you own a brand new 2014.

DocPhilMD 11-08-2013 8:25 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by vman (Post 1852373)
I would be glad to share the media of our X30. You can find it all on our FB page.

www.facebook.com/wakesurfaz

I would suggest you take as much weight to the demo as the dealer will allow. Port side---all stock tanks full, add as much as you can get in the locker, and as much as you can get under the bench seat. Starboard side--stock starboard and center full, and add as much as you can get in the locker. This will give you an idea of how good the surf wake is, then you can play with the tabs when you own a brand new 2014.

Ok so to clarify...

all stock tanks full

Slam both back lockers

Plus as much weight as you can get under the port bench seat?


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