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  1. #21

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    Thanks

    I am going to swap my setup some. I have the 750's in each rear locker and then the stock 600 center bag. I use the old stock 400's that came with the boat. I usually fill the center and the surfside rear and then put 1 of the 400's in the bow on the surf side. I am going to upgrade my center bag for sure and play around with it. Thanks again.

  2. #22
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    750lb stock bag in the left rear
    250lb sumo sac in the left side mid storage
    400lb stock bag in the front
    Wake plate all the way up

    Also I'm 6'2" for reference.

    How do you stack the bags in the rear locker without putting pressure on the lower one that causes it to empty out the overflow? If I could figure that out I could run more weight on that side and a small amount of weight on the right side to sink her down overall.

    Here's what I've got, it's not bad for the little bit of weight I'm running, could be bigger though:



    Last edited by klewis; 04-10-2010 at 01:07 AM.
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  3. #23
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    Default my little wake

    Looks like I will have a fat sac project in the future.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dickboxers View Post
    Looks like I will have a fat sac project in the future.
    Need more pics of that interior....looks great, who did it????
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  5. #25
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    The guy i bought it from had it done. He said took them a long time, but it looks like it was worth it. He had them copy a malibu pattern and changed the logo's. This is the only one i have on my computer that shows it.
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  6. #26
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    DB how are you weighting it in the above pic? Really I THINk all you would need to get started would be about 700lbs on the port side floor. That wave looks okay for size but if you can clean it up some, it should be workable. Not sure how u have it set up now but maybe needs more list or more across the back, speed should be between 10.5-12, a little faster might clean it up.
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  7. #27
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    The only wieght in that picture is from people and my cooler. I got rid of the 2 350lb's and am thinking about how i can fit 1 750lb sac in the boat. Might be a while since I just put the speakers on the tower. I took it to an upholtry guy yesterday to get a quote on a cover for the top of my tower. I'll have to let my funds replenish for the sac project.
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  8. #28
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    Lookin good!!!! DO you still have the 350 sacs? Try stacking 'em in that corner to see how it handles the weight
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  9. #29
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    I don't run any weight in the front. ~1800lbs as far back and to the port as possible. Going for more weight this year. This is with the wakeplate even -- if I put it down a hair I can get the pocket stretched out a little more. I'm a fat guy (~220lbs) and I ride small boards so I need all the push I can get. Willing to sacrifice a little bit of length to get there.
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    The camera angle distorts it some, but it's not bad.
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