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Old     (ReSession)      Join Date: Apr 2010       07-23-2012, 11:02 AM Reply   
Just a thought - platforms seem to be various heights in the water, depending on how you're weighted (or, if you own a Supreme V226, some of the 2011's were higher than the 2012's, etc)...as the 2012's throw a better goofy wake I'm told with it a few inches lower?

Why not create adjustable height platforms? It could easily be done with 2 quick release pins/brackets and allow you to slide the height up and down to help shape your wave.

Has any boat manufacturer ever offered this? Maybe it's overkill, but it would be cool to be able to experiment not only with different weighting options but to also use the platform to help shape/clean up waves depending on how many riders/weight you were rolling with.

Maybe something to consider as all the manufacturers push into bigger/better wave technology?

 
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