Kyle, it takes some weight in the front of the boat, that is key.
The martinique wake is naturally huge, but soft. I use about 400 in the rear and 600 in the front to harden it up.
The V of the boat is the problem, its very testy from one side to the other...I have found that a VERY slight corrective turn to the LEFT cleans the wake up on both sides. I think the rudder is just a touch off and this helps.
The key here is to sink the boat enough so that the V is deeper in the water and the (channels?) are sunk a bit.
These are the only two wake pics I have of my boat, not shining models of what the boat is capable of wakewise but we were riding 75 at 23.5 mph on perfect pass. BTW, highly reccomend perfect pass as the martinique doesnt hold speed naturally well.
Hope this helps, but front weight is key.