If you back off the 750s and keep them at around 400-500 and add the Integrated bow sac its perfect for 20-23mph riding. There is just now way you can ride 20-23 with those 750's all the way full no matter how much weight you put in the bow.
I recently started backing off the weight and roll with my 750's filed probably about to 500. and have taken my 680lbs of pop bags out of the nose and added the Integrated bow sac. I did this because I am skiing more these days and having that solid 680lbs in the nose was awful for skiing. I found at 20-23 that its ok with just the Integrated bow sac full, but if I want to run my 24-24.5 even with the lighter weight i need about 160lbs of pop bags up there along with the integrated bow sac to keep the nose from proposing at those higher wakeboard speeds..
Cheapest solution and best fit in the walkway is an older style cylinder 600lb bag. IT fits perfectly in the walkway when filled tp the max and is just the right length not to make it past the drivers console by your feet too much. its just the right height to also turn the bow into more of a playpen as well. It was perfect for running my 750's o the high side towards full till I went with the hidden pop bags to open up my floor space, but again at 20-23mph you just can't run with the 750's filled and expect a clean wake no matter how much you throw in the bow. You need the speed
Last edited by xstarrider; 05-08-2012 at 10:33 PM.