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Old    notnrml            10-06-2005, 8:02 AM Reply   
I'm new to wakesurfing this year and love it. My cousin has an '05 Enzo and when he is at the lake we surf all day. However, he only comes to the lake 3 or 4 times a year. I have a 1990 Mastercraft Maristar 240. Since I can't afford a new wakeboard boat I have to make due with what I have. This is a big boat (24' 10"), however being a direct drive with a hull designed for minimal wake (great slalom wakes) it is difficult to create a wake for surfing even using 2000 lbs of ballast on one side. I was thinking of adding trim tabs this winter in hopes of lifting one side of the boat up thus pushing the other side down farther. Has anybody added trim tabs to their boats to help make or shape wakes? Any help, suggestions or feedback is greatly appreciated.

 
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