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Old     (paleotm)      Join Date: Apr 2009       09-17-2009, 7:48 AM Reply   
I'm working on getting a good wake behind my sv211 and would love any advice someone's got. I hear most weight the 211 way too heavy causing a short sweet spot and wash out on the port side. I think this is what I've been doing.

So, I hear it's better to spread weight down the port side, including a little in the port bow, so it rolls instead of just sinking the rear.

I may try (this is total weight - I don't have stock ballasts): 400 in center belly, 400 in port rear, 300 under passenger seat.

I was doing 1500 in rear, 400 under passenger, 300 port bow, 350 in belly. But I've heard since the 211 has a narrow beam, lighter is better??

Any thoughts?

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