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    • Cole2001

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      8 minutes ago, 2020LSV23 said:

      We will be on sproat this summer for the most part, we may venture more north though to check out your lake!

      Awesome. Spend a bit of time there as well.  Let me know if you have any questions or would like some wakesurfing tips, do coaching on clients boats too. Check out island wakesurf on Instagram or Facebook!


      Phase 5 isn’t generally known for surf style  boards but I have heard decent things about the phantom. 

    • 2020LSV23

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      4 hours ago, Hemmy said:

      I have the Model X and ride it with a single 1” tail fin.  Not saying they are the same, but get a single 1” tail fin for your model X and try that out. Like mentioned earlier, the MVP is a pro level board. The model X has 2” fins and the MVP has a 1” fin. The 1” fin on the model X changes the board big time and makes it a lot looser. If you like the way that rides and can handle that, then step up to the MVP. If you do get it and it is to difficult to ride, try putting your 2” fin on the MVP.

      I have ridden the MVP and really liked it.  It is a really light board. That will probably be my next board. I really like it for the full pad on it.

      Thanks for the advice!

      Ill try swapping the 1 inch fin from the MVP to the Model X assuming bolt pattern is the same.

      Im also looking at surf style boards now. Anyone have thoughts on the Phase 5 Phantom?

    • 2020LSV23

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      5 hours ago, Cole2001 said:

      No problem!  
       

      Soulcraft will definitely be super fragile as they’re all hand glassed boards. Just in general the surf style boards will be much more fragile, the carbon skims are super durable. 
       

      I’m mostly on McIvor lake which is just outside Campbell River, absolutely beautiful spot. Go to other lakes throughout the summer and nothing’s compares.  Where are you located? Most people don’t know anything about the island lol. 
       

      Getting out and trying some demos would also be a great option. I’ve got a small a surf school on the island, as well there are numerous options in the Okanagan. 

      We will be on sproat this summer for the most part, we may venture more north though to check out your lake!

    • Cole2001

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    • Caballojtm

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      6 hours ago, st22eve said:

      I ordered my 16 A20 and 18 T22 with SP1 and both were prewired for the bow speakers. Yes they are wired off the black box. The holes for the speakers should already be there behind the vinyl and the wires will be there. If you want to match the other 4 in boat speakers you will have to get through the dealer. Those grills are Axis exclusive and you cannot get them from wetsounds. As far as installing the bow speakers just cut a + where the holes are and push the speakers in.....easy peasy!

      Thank you 

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