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    • SnubNose

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      Help me land my first invert! (Video)
      44 minutes ago, Diesel86 said:

      Few things I noticed, firstly you're not standing tall off the wake so your absorbing a lot of the pop and not getting as much height as you could be. 

      Second you definitely need to be over your toes when you hit the wake, in fact you should have changed edges and have your whole body leaning away from the wake. 

      Lastly you might be riding too fast for that length line, at the boat speed you're riding at id be using a 75ft line, with a 60-65ft line id have the boat doing 18-19mph

       

      A instructional website I use is learnwake.com, it's by the same guys who made "the book" series, it costs $10 a month but it's well worth it in my opinion. 

      Once you get a couple of little things sorted I reckon you'll be landing it in no time

      Ah yeah I definitely see my legs absorbing the pop now! I'll try and stand taller. That's what I was saying when I watched the videos they say you should edge in hard then flatten out Your board then open your chest let go with one arm and look back. What I learned though is that I have to ride up the wake as much as I can before I let go with one arm and open up to get that trip pop motion and not just tumble over... 

    • Cooler for 2001 Wakesetter LSV

      What are you all using? I don't like the bow cooler as the ice retention sucks and it's kind of a pain if people are sitting up there. A standard box cooler would be fine on the floor but then it will block the back speakers.  What is everyone using? Are you just using up seat space and setting a cooler on top of seats or are you sticking with the built in ones? I'm looking at the soft sided yeti hopper 30, but good god that's a chunk of money for a cooler.  I'm thinking it will fit right behind the drivers seat.  Any suggestions are appreciated. 

    • cashito

      Posted (edited)

      Domednumbers, which color combo ?

      I wanted them to seem factory and blend in, here is mine.

      Fill Color : Malib Machine Silver 
      Outline Color : Malib Met Black 

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      Edited by cashito
    • BlitzedVLX

      Posted (edited)

      Dual Battery Setup - Is mine hooked up correctly?

      I just picked up the blue sea 7610 on eBay. Am I able to use this with my current switch model off,  1, 1+2,  2 switch or do I need to purchase the 5511e switch?

       Recently we are having the problem with the boat not getting enough juice to start the engine when the switch is in the 1 position. The batteries are bothfully charged as I have had them on my prosport. We are able to turn on the lights and blower but it will not turn over the engine. When I switch to battery 1+2 or 2 it will start. 

      I removed the switch in order to check the connections. I found that on the back of the switch it has the numbers reversed. The front of the switch says 1 and the back says 2.

      So I switched my cable connections on the batteries so that the cable runs from the 1 on the back side of the switch which would be the 2 side on the front of the switch to my starting battery thinking that would solve my problem. With the selector on battery one it will start fine but when I switch to battery 2 it will crank but not start. Is this the correct way to wire or did I have it right the first time? 

       

       

      Edited by BlitzedVLX
    • Diesel86

      Posted

      Help me land my first invert! (Video)

      Few things I noticed, firstly you're not standing tall off the wake so your absorbing a lot of the pop and not getting as much height as you could be. 

      Second you definitely need to be over your toes when you hit the wake, in fact you should have changed edges and have your whole body leaning away from the wake. 

      Lastly you might be riding too fast for that length line, at the boat speed you're riding at id be using a 75ft line, with a 60-65ft line id have the boat doing 18-19mph

       

      A instructional website I use is learnwake.com, it's by the same guys who made "the book" series, it costs $10 a month but it's well worth it in my opinion. 

      Once you get a couple of little things sorted I reckon you'll be landing it in no time

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