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Old     (Andrew14)      Join Date: Apr 2011       02-27-2013, 10:39 AM Reply   
Been reading a lot of the "this boat" vs. "that boat" threads over the last couple of days and finally come to the realization (not sure why it took so long) that everyone is running way over just factory ballast in their respective boats. I'm a beginner - very intermediate rider (2 basic inverts, no spins, grabs, trying to get consistent on TS w2w) and typically just run factory ballast only in the boats I ride behind (2008 210, 2008 230). Are the members on here all that good to justify running 3k-5k in total ballast in their boats, is it just more fun to ride that way (hey, I'm not a pro rider but it sure is fun to ride a pro level wake), or does it help with progression? Should I stay running factory ballast until my fundamentals improve, then start adding weight (because too much ballast hinders progression / learning proper fundamentals) or should I be riding a bigger wake even as I'm learning? Curious to hear people's thoughts on this. Thanks.

 
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