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problems with surf wake with my 2008 vlx help !

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malibu.c.c

cant get a good surf wake with mny vlx help !

have put in rear sac 750 in side compartment,

400 sac on side under side seats

factory center full

front factory full

speed 9.8

no push ..

any help appreciated !

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Tims

What is the wedge setting? Try with wedge full down (or a click or 2 up) and then increase speed to around 10.8.

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jb 156

Like Tims said more speed and you need some more weight in the bow. I would put a 400 lb sack on top of that bow weight.

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TURNITRED

Yes add speed and wedge, you probably have about the right amount of weight, but speed up and put that wedge down and you will get lots of push.

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wakebrdr94

speed up, weight the bow. Weight in the back will give you a deep pocket, but it will be short

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R1200196

I have 2007 VTX I run 750 in the rear 380 under the seat full ballast f, M, R, and one brick if needed.. No wedge

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Chia

i have an '08 vlx.

in this picture i have an 1100# bag in rear locker (doesn't actually fill all the way) + stock ballast under rear locker+ tube sac under the seat + mid stock ballast + front stock ballast + i think we have a 750# on the seat. Wedge all the way down, Speed varies by rider 9.4-10.3 mph.

that is a Phase 5 scamp, the smallest board they make.

Shawnasurfin-1.jpg

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