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Old     (buffalow)      Join Date: Apr 2002       06-03-2013, 8:27 AM Reply   
Hey WW's - need some help. Have a buddy that has one and we have been trying to dial it in. We have been running stock ballast and stock trim plate and really struggling with the speed. We know we can add a bunch more weight, but want to dial this in first.

If we are towing the kids or a less experienced rider that does not pull much, it is fine. As soon as we pull someone that can tug on it a bit, the boat goes nuts. He has the PP (wakeboard pro 6.5n) set to Wakeboard and KDW to 275 and NN to 95, which seems to be on the high side from what I have read. We set the speed for 24. When the rider pulls out, the boat will go down to 21 or so and than ramp all the way to 27 or so and than the same and you cut in. This process is very slow so basically the boat starts accelerating a few feet before you hit the wake which makes it very awkward. I am sure this somehow relates to the PP, but we have tried a bunch of settings and not figured it out.

We need to try run off RPM next, but I have read mixed results on that.

Any input you have would be awesome.

 
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