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Old     (JustinH13)      Join Date: Jul 2012 Location: Greenville, SC       05-14-2019, 2:57 PM Reply   
I've got a 2000 Super Air loaded down pretty heavy. Perfect Pass Pro Series (see attached pic) was installed maybe 2011 or 2012 I think. In order to get cruise control to hold, what I end up having to do is to get the speed a couple mph or so over where i have cruise control set. Then, I back off on the throttle but, to prevent the speed from dropping below the set point, I have to give it a bit more throttle as the speed is decreasing to the point where it slowly drops down to the set point. Otherwise, it drops too far and won't get back up to the set point.

If there's less weight in the boat, the speed holds better and this is not as much of an issue. But, I definitely want the weight in the boat to increase the wake size.

So, is there anything I can do to make it less sensitive and more quickly get set on the speed I want without having to decrease ballast? Would changing the prop help at all? Is there something with the perfect pass I can adjust? Something else I'm overlooking?

Appreciate any comments
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