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Old     (san_man)      Join Date: Mar 2004       06-29-2004, 10:31 PM Reply   
Wondering what the best weight set up on a Sante Correct Craft 210 would be? I tried more weight but found that all the weight at the back was the best way to go.
Old    mike_collins            06-30-2004, 2:24 PM Reply   
If you are wake surfing... place as much weight as possible on the the right side (Starboard), - the correct craft has counter rotating prop, so you will need to be be on the Backside wake. have the driver make a slow arc (clockwise) and you will have a great wake for surfing
Old     (aaronlee13)      Join Date: Jul 2001       06-30-2004, 2:40 PM Reply   
I always weight it evenly, from left to right side... This way i can cross over to the other side, and if you ride goofy you'll want5 to be on the left side...
Old     (san_man)      Join Date: Mar 2004       07-03-2004, 10:16 AM Reply   
I tried huge weight - lead and water but found what is important is lots of weight in the very back corner- people. I still have a problem going 15-20 feet back - I am 195 lbs with a small board for tricks.
Old     (san_man)      Join Date: Mar 2004       07-04-2004, 4:48 PM Reply   
I got to heavy friends to sit on the back pad and the wave is much better. Can surf 20 feet back no problem.
Old     (purana182)      Join Date: Jun 2003       07-16-2004, 7:27 PM Reply   
has any body found a way to get the port side to form well enough to ride, tons of weight or just not possible?
Old    lucky            03-16-2005, 5:41 AM Reply   
What speed is best on the SAN's?
Old     (laptom)      Join Date: Apr 2002       03-16-2005, 5:52 AM Reply   
Slightly under 10 (9.7) works the best for us..
Old    lucky            03-16-2005, 7:27 AM Reply   
Thank you, how far back is best.
Old    bruky__            06-19-2005, 11:24 PM Reply   
Fill only the rear tank on the side you plan on riding on. Place a sack above the tank and fill as much as you can. Lay a 5-700 bag either on the port bench going lengthwise down the gunnel or behind the drivers seat, sort of halfway on the rear bench. Get everyone as far back into a corner as possible or on the sundeck, and the wake is huge. At 10-flat we get a hard packed, super clean, waist high on me (6'3) wave that is ridable from 3' to 12' (measured using rope) behind the boat without wash. Staying in the pocket becomes less an issue than getting pushed into the boat.

Super Airs are very easy to get a great wakesurf out of, just takes some weighting down like any other boat.


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