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e_rock32
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Eric
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2012 Liquid Force Watson Hybrid 139
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4 day(s) ago
e_rock32 made a post in this thread: bigger air, pop...
What I forgot to communicate is that when you approach the wake you will go from a crouch position to standing tall. The timing between these positions is the "push" which gets you more height. I start the push at the bottom of the wake. Think abo...
6 day(s) ago
e_rock32 made a post in this thread: bigger air, pop...
Also about the weight, don't fill the front unless you fill the back full. We used to ride a 2008 vlx all the time for our camps, but didn't have the time to add extra weight besides stock. Stock was 200 lbs. x2 in rear and 500 lbs. in center. We ...
6 day(s) ago
e_rock32 made a post in this thread: bigger air, pop...
[QUOTE=VLXPV;1939923]this clip that i posted is from last year.This year ,i removed stock ballast,and added 550 Lbs x 2 in rear,and around 350-400 lbs in front.Anyway, i am keeping at the moment only center stock ballast full and bow ballast.I'm ...
6 day(s) ago
e_rock32 made a post in this thread: bigger air, pop...
Also, you would be surprised how nice the VLX wake is at slower speeds with stock ballast and the power wedge. Extra weight can certainly be fun, but it doesn't always help progress your riding.
7 day(s) ago
e_rock32 made a post in this thread: bigger air, pop...
I think you have some really good basic skills to progress your riding. I would suggest slowing down the boat, the wash should be 1-2 feet behind where you hit the wake. Slower speeds make it easier for you to dig deeper and can help you focus on ...
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