had an 1998 Tige pre2200. It had no stock ballast, Tige's back before 2008 or 2009 defied gravity, fluid dynamics, physics, and any common sense and truly did not need ballast. Just lift the TAPS plate and you have a pro sized wake....
Okay, for real though. I had a stock 3 blade prop, had about 3000 lbs of ballast in it (all lead-wake and fat sacks) and the 315 HP motor. It had a good to pretty good wake. It was rampy and similar width as a pre 2005 malibu vlx. I really loved that wake, easy to ride, wasn't huge but it was big. It was a little bit more side-to side finicky than my Axis is, but most wakes are. Nothing like the mastercraft 205's or nautique 210's of similar era though. (would take either of those boats over the tige though).
It is a wood boat, wood floors, wood stringers, and there were some issues, but had an aftermarket tower that was excellent. I hear that the tige wakes of that era were crap (the 2100's and the 21 v's etc...) but this hull was not crap, it was really easy to set up, very consistent, and I am guessing from all the feedback from other previous Tige owners of this era, the pre2200 might be the only good wake hull out there.
You should be able to pick one up for less than $20k all day long with tandem extreme trailer.