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Thread: slalom set up

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    Default slalom set up

    I have a 24ssv gg is their any way to get a flatter wake for slalom skiing ?

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    Trade me for my TS6M

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    Haha, yeah buy a TS6M, hit 30-36mph and your good to go

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    This is a great question for some of you with bigger boats. Can the wake be skied at 34 mph?
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    Quote Originally Posted by BigCity444 View Post
    This is a great question for some of you with bigger boats. Can the wake be skied at 34 mph?
    My Pirata is amazingly good at 30mph. Better than some small boats I have skied behind. First time we ran the course with it was a bit of a joke but now it is like 2nd or 3rd choice for us when it comes to slalom skiing.

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    I have the same question about the SA 350. wake still not flat enough for a good slalom run but our boat is new and we are still learning how to tweak the settings for skiing.

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    If the back seat comes out try and remove it. Also try to keep your fuel level low. It's the exact opposit principle as wake boarding. Less weight better wake.

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