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NeuRider

Hyperlite Broadcast Wakesurfboard

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NeuRider

I'm new to wakesurfing and I don't have a large wake at all. So I was wondering if you had some feedback on the hyperlite broadcasts and/or would be looking to sell either the 4'9'' or 5'6''.

Thanks

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srab
I'm new to wakesurfing and I don't have a large wake at all. So I was wondering if you had some feedback on the hyperlite broadcasts and/or would be looking to sell either the 4'9'' or 5'6''.

Thanks

I had the same dilemma about a week and a half ago. I've got a diamond-hulled 21

Sunscape, so I figured my wake would be smallish. Smed suggested the 5'6" board

for us, so that's the way we went.

My son went ropeless first day. My daughter and I are close, after only two sessions.

The bigger board may not be as maneuverable as the smaller, but, even if we outgrow

it, it'll be a great board to have available for any friends who want to give it a try.

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NeuRider

Thats what I was thought. I was just wondering do you get a big enough wake without weight, if not how much weight do you add.

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I'm new to wakesurfing and I don't have a large wake at all. So I was wondering if you had some feedback on the hyperlite broadcasts and/or would be looking to sell either the 4'9'' or 5'6''.

Thanks

I had the same dilemma about a week and a half ago. I've got a diamond-hulled 21

Sunscape, so I figured my wake would be smallish. Smed suggested the 5'6" board

for us, so that's the way we went.

My son went ropeless first day. My daughter and I are close, after only two sessions.

The bigger board may not be as maneuverable as the smaller, but, even if we outgrow

it, it'll be a great board to have available for any friends who want to give it a try.

It's actually quite versatile. As you improve, you can start by removing the center fin, then as you progress beyond that put the center fin back in & remove the outer fins. Then when you want it really fast & loose, remove that big center fin & replace it with one of the smaller outer fins. You can get a lot of mileage out of that board by playing the fin game. Biggrin.gif

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