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    • csleaver

      Posted

      It's not really much of a cap, but more like a crimped, baffled hose cover.

    • Westy76

      Posted

      No issues at all with my 07 Hammerhead.  Engine is in a response LX.  Zero oil burn, high compression at just under 400hrs.  Boat pulls 85KPH.  I have FAE but am in the process of removing and going back to turn downs.  

      My only prob is the ECU isn't Econtrol compatible.  The 07 is a grey year for ECM compatibility even though the TBW system is. 

      If only there was a 383 HH wakesetter owner somewhere who doesn't need the Econtrol ECM.  I'd really like to add Zero off but cant until I replace the ECM which is looking virtually impossible.

      Gaah....

       

    • Ronnie

      Posted

      1 hour ago, Leftlane said:

      The owner is Frank Cvar and he is a cool dude.  We bought a pre-owned 23 LSV from them and it was a very good experience.  We also hired Sean Teeples to take my family out for a few hours for a private wake surf lesson and to help us dial in the boat - he was awesome.  They have a good reputation for a reason. 

      Frank isn’t the owner, never was and he’s retired from WSA now. 
      For sales, Speak to;

      Rusty

      Todd

      Scott

      Tim

    • Sparky450

      Posted

      @IXFE. That is a great looking boat.  

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    • IXFE

      Posted (edited)

      21 minutes ago, gregtay said:

      IXFE, do they have a better solution on the 25 if you don't get the wake view seat? If you remember from my thread the non-wake view seat design on the 23 is... well... looks and feels like something Bayliner would have designed :-/.  The ends of the center cushion are not supported (at all) and the ends start to sag after only a few hours of use.  I think they just need to use a stronger base material with less flex and then just add a little support block for the ends to rest on.  Still working on a solution for mine but if I had to do it over again I would check the wakeview seat box just to have a decently constructed seat that didn't sag (but I do see what you mean by the large gap on the 25.)

      Honestly, neither option is ideal. I’ve had the rear facing bench in my last three boats. At the end of the day it comes down to the fact that we just don’t use it. And it’s $3k option so.... 

      You may recall that @TallRedRider reported no sagging in his cushion. 

      Both pics taken from 25 LSV

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      Edited by IXFE
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