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  1. #11
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    Quote Originally Posted by JTNIGH View Post
    Hey I have had a 88' Supra Comp TS6M since 1988 and I am wanting to try to wake surf behind it and I am wondering if it is even possible to. If it is possible what do you guys recommend to put in the boat to get it able to wake surf.
    Yes it can be done with 1100lbs of ballast and a wave creator but It's not a $150,000 wave like the new Supra but still fun
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    Quote Originally Posted by SwiftChaos View Post
    Yes it can be done with 1100lbs of ballast and a wave creator but It's not a $150,000 wave like the new Supra but still fun
    Where is the wave? Cannot see anything in those pics.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SwiftChaos View Post
    Yes it can be done with 1100lbs of ballast and a wave creator but It's not a $150,000 wave like the new Supra but still fun
    Oh goodness, a Comp with 1100 lbs still weighs less than my Ď83 Rider and I would never surf the Rider.
    The weight capacity sticker on a Comp is 6 persons or 835 pounds. One good wave over the bow and this boat is going down. I just donít get this fascination with surfing a Comp. Not my boat however so not my worry.

    Quote Originally Posted by MJHKnox View Post
    Where is the wave? Cannot see anything in those pics.
    Bless your heart, my thoughts were the same but didnít want to say it. Why risk tearing up a good transmission for a minimal wave?

    2012 Supra Sunsport 242
    1991 Supra Comp ts6m
    1983 Supra Rider aka Mischief IV

  4. #14
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    But water weight is less than lead weight right? Clearly 1,100 pounds of water weighs less than 835 pounds of non water items.
    '86 Comp TS6M - Reborn 2016
    Riding a HO Sports CX Ski

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