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Old     (astonmartini)      Join Date: Apr 2006       07-27-2006, 1:00 PM Reply   
I can successfully clear the wake with and without 180's on both heelside approaches, and I'm beginning to get some tremendous pop, but I don't know how to learn some new tricks. I ride at 22mph and added 5ft onto the 60ft rope that I was used to just for kicks. I've tried 360's and backflips for the past 3 years and haven't landed either very easily, but I also never changed the rope length or boat speed. If I am now used to a 65 ft rope, can anyone recommend if I should change the length or the boat speed when trying to learn 360's and tantrums for example? Is learning to ride at 70ft going to help me in any way? Thanks, thomas

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