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Old     (boardinbeast)      Join Date: May 2003       08-22-2004, 2:34 PM Reply   
How much does having a smaller boat with no ballast or a tower affect your height? I've been wakeboarding for about a year and still cant seem to get w2w. I can get a couple feet high but at best I case the other wake. I think I'm doing everything right. progreesive edge, standing tall, rope at hips etc. I'm just kinda curiose as to why I can't seem to clear it.

And a second question when doing a surface backside 180 are you supposed to do it with the line tight or pull some slack as you spin?
Old    johndeer            08-22-2004, 3:26 PM Reply   
I reccomend cutting harder than you think you need to, but still using a progressive edge... It will seem like your flying into the wake the first few times but you'll get used to it... and for surface BS 180s i pull in some slack. I have a small boat too but you can get still pretty high on a 16 ft wahoo with a hard cut.
Old     (kolibri)      Join Date: Sep 2002       08-26-2004, 4:54 AM Reply   
suggestion go ride behind a real wakeboardtowingboat then back behind yours. not kidding. you'll learn a lot and you'll see most works behind your boat too... ;-))
Old     (boardinbeast)      Join Date: May 2003       08-27-2004, 4:32 PM Reply   
I'd love too, but there just aren't many around here (the NE) and none on my lake as of this year =/


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