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Old     (Brent44)      Join Date: Apr 2013       04-28-2013, 8:27 PM Reply   
Hello All,

I'm new to this whole surfing thing as of this year and have read tons of posts on the subject but was wondering if any specific information was out there on my boat. I have a Sanger V230 and just about have the Perfect Pass installed and am ready to start playing (dialing in) the wake as best I can.
I have purchased what I believe to be enough bags and have played around with it just once at the end of a somewhat cold day. I have 1100lb, 750lb and 2 400lb bags, plus the 500lb center ballest bag. On my first trial day I only filled the 1100 port side locker and 750 on the floor nearest the port side seat. I have read enough to know that I'm just going to have to play with different set ups but does anyone have a good starting point for bag placement? My wave looked tall enough and somewhat clean, didn't have much or any washout, but it didn't seem as long as some of the dialed in wakes I've seen on this site. Can my boat even produce those nice clean long wakes like I see in a ton of pics? Thanks in advance for any help, as I certainly need it. Brent

 
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