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Signup Date:May 22, 2003
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About Me
Username:
jarrod
First Name:
C.I.E. J-Rod
Gender:
Birthday: (41 years old)
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Favorite Rider(s):
Dean Smith
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Website:
http://www.ciewakeboarding.com
Personal Quote:
Was I close? What do you mean NO???
My Gear
Board(s):
2010 DB9
Bindings:
2010 Vapors
My Boat
Boat Year:
2008
Boat Make:
Mastercraft
Boat Model:
X-Star
Engine:
LY6
Prop:
Big one
Ballast Setup:
Big
Stereo Setup:
Huge
Options / Accessories:
Big options
Tow Vehicle:
Not so big
Recent Activity
3 hour(s) ago
jarrod made a post in this thread: Mastercraft X-26 Released
That was so profound. Maybe people give less ****s about the things that they can't actually have. The average diehard wakeboarder is probably more likely to engage in a discussion about an affordable boat.
5 hour(s) ago
jarrod made a post in this thread: 100# 5 foot tall - Beginners board
There are many boards to chose from. I would suggest something in the 134 size range +/- Molded fin boards with an optional/removable center fin seem to work well also. This way traction can be added or removed if desired.
7 hour(s) ago
jarrod made a post in this thread: Mastercraft X-26 Released
Big wakes are to blame for the lack of progression with a lot of new riders, as are long lines (70+') and high speeds. These days newbies insist on riding the same wake that the pros ride, which is part of why most of them lack even a consistent ...
9 hour(s) ago
jarrod made a post in this thread: Mastercraft X-26 Released
All of that fluff and the only thing sport related (if you can call it that) was a shot of the surf roller that is going to roll out the entire lake. Yay. :banghead:
2 day(s) ago
jarrod made a post in this thread: New video of my riding crew: Crash section, riding and good times
No I use vimeo because I have premium account. Faster and better quality. I also put it on Wistia, but after I declined to pay them 100$ a month, the quality seemed to get worse there too.
3 day(s) ago
jarrod made a post in this thread: NEED HELP. need more air to perform tricks
I don't think timing was an issue. She just didn't stand tall and Push off when she needed to.
3 day(s) ago
jarrod made a post in this thread: CIRE Shorts sale
CIRE is a one man, small business that supports Wakeboarding. That's all the reason I need.
3 day(s) ago
jarrod made a post in this thread: New video of my riding crew: Crash section, riding and good times
Andy that was Jason Callen (Socallen).
3 day(s) ago
jarrod made a post in this thread: Rope length
For solid riders, we learn new tricks one wake at 65-70 feet and about 18 mph with the boat leaning to one side. Once it's landed one wake, we move it up to 65 and 21 mph. For newbies learning to clear the wake for the first few times, we use th...
3 day(s) ago
jarrod made a post in this thread: New video of my riding crew: Crash section, riding and good times
Thanks guys. Will the track is Workin' by Big Smo
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