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Evil

20MXZ Wakeboarding set up

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Evil

I'm Trying to dial in my wakeboard wake and I've got a couple of questions

What is the stock ballast weight for the 20MXZ with out PNP bags?

I'm wonder if anyone with a 20MXZ has any suggestions on wakeboarding ballast/wedge/speed set up other than the default Malivew settings?

Right now I'm running bow tank full, center tank full, and the 2 rears at 50%, wedge about 75% at 20-21mph, at 65' rope. I like the wake, it's poppy and narrow compared to my old A20, so it's really fun but I'm looking to add more rope for a little more height and time in the air.

I've tried the default "advance wakeboarding wake" (I think all tanks full and wedge at 100%) but it felt like it had hard time getting on plane, it seamed stern heavy. I have and extra 500 fat sac I was going to throw in the bow but haven't gotten around to it yet.

I have the 350 with an acme 1235,

Any help is appreciated!

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pook77

I have ACME 2419, and 350 Indmar.

I ride my A20 everything full, no wedge. 75' rope. 20mph.

For my more advanced friends, I will put another 300lb bag in the bow and drop the wedge, and pull them 22mph.

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Evil

That's about the same set up I had in my A20 but I was riding it at 70' @21mph with the wedge down, that wake was too wide for me at 75'!

I think the biggest thing that is throwing me off is the power wedge.

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pook77

When I ride with the wedge down, I feel like I the wake is too steep. I prefer the mellow wake over the quarter pipe. What kinda of wakeboard are you riding? If you're not already riding a continuous rocker, I'd highly recommend trying one out. I am riding a Hyperlite Marek now. I was on a Ronix One. The pop off the wake is much easier to feel on this board than my old.

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Evil

I switched from the One to the Bandwagon this season, I really like the kick I'm getting from the camber. It's Defiantly a slower mellow board though, Rode a Murray back in the day when it has a continuous rocker but haven't been back on one in a few years.

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