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Old     (burban89)      Join Date: Nov 2006       08-13-2014, 4:44 AM Reply   
Ok so I have rode for a few years and still suck cause I feel that my pop sucks and I want to get consistent. I have changed boards, boats, etc over the years and never stuck with one thing until now.

I have the boat I want, 95 SS and board that I think I really like, SS Hooke.

So to the question, what controls pop the most, the board, the rider, or the wake?

Can you with proper technique get the same amount of pop on every board or does that truly matter?

I know people can do a lot of the same tricks behind a I/O wake as they can behind a wakeboat. I know a larger wake makes for larger and bigger tricks. But does the type of wake actually affect pop? Meaning a Malibu wake may not pop you as high as a Nautique wake due to steepness versus mellowness.

This is not a manufacture war thread it is a pop thread so lets talk about it.

 
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