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Old     (mdaijogo)      Join Date: Mar 2010       06-30-2010, 4:57 PM Reply   
I have question about the Switchblade. According to their site, if it is set to to 6, it simulates 1200lbs of force. When I setup my boat to surf, I have the port side tank full. This equals 900lbs.

Will the switchblade act as an evenly loaded 1200lbs if set to setting 6?

I would imagine that putting 600lbs in the the port locker and 600lbs in the starboard locker would do the same as the switchblade. Is this a true assumption? Or, does the switchblade load up the heavy side (port side tank full) with some of the 1200lbs of force?

After watching some of my crew surf behind the boat, I am wondering what I can do to make the wave bigger, better, and more.

I understand I can add some pop bags or sacs and get a nice wave, but I would really like to keep philosophy of quick ballast on my F21. It was great to switch between surfing to boarding to tubing at "will" when someone in the crew asked for it. The switchblade + the gate ballast would do it...I think.

Thanks.

Mario-

 
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