I have same boat same year, we fill bow about half, full belly tank and either right or left rear. Wedge 4 clicks up from the bottom. Then we add a 550# sack vdrive compartment on the surf side and another 250on the seats as well. It kicks a great surf wake. but I have batteries and audio equipment that adds a few more pounds to the equation. I would start with the above and use people to shift weight back and forth as you gauge the wake changes. It's takes a few trips to dial it in perfect, we are 2 years later and still learning something new each time. Make sure you get the weight as far to the outside of the boat as you can.
A good friend has an 07 LSV. We can usually get a pretty decent wake going. I'll double check with him, but I think he dials it in like this:
Wedge: down, but a few clicks up. Left Tank: full Right Tank: empty Center Tank: full Bow tank: empty 400lb sack Left: full 400lb sack right: empty
He also has the biggest engine.. 8.1l I think.
If I recall correctly we have to run the speed slower, 8-10mph. Where-as my 21ft we have to kick it up 10-11. On my boat we can actually get too much weight on one side and ruin the wake, though I've never seen this happen with his 23ft.
Tyler you are gay,come on GUY! All you need is some weight in the right spots, lemme show you, when we get a chance, between the two of us I am sure we have more than enough weight.Have you seen the VTX wave, enough said, cause I know U know.
it is port side only and we rarely fill it all the way. it goes to about the base of the tower under observer seat and when you come off of plane it normally shoots all the cup holders out. on 07's the coolers are the big ones still so you cant really run one as easily on the stbd side. 08 coolers are smaller...... big let down imo