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Ronix1

2010 23 LSV ballast

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Ronix1

Just bought our first wakesetter and we are so stoked! It's a 2010 23 LSV. The boat came with a bag in each rear locker but a "throw the pump over the side" set up to fill them. Really don't want the hassle of throwing the pump over the side but also don't want to drill holes in my boat to drain and fill from switches. Is there a system that uses the stock pumps in the boat to fill the bags in the rear lockers? Any help is much appreciated. Thanks. 

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wdr

If you use the stock pumps and go piggy back style, make sure you have something to do while you are waiting for everything to fill! I you are really serious about aftermarket ballast get a reversible pump(s) and make your life a lot less stressful. You will have to drill a hole(s), but well worth the time and effort and not a big deal to drill and install if you plan it out. JM2C Bill

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saxton15

The Piggyback unit is not for the tow-in warrior where time is of the essence.  If your game is to launch, fill, surf right away, put the time in for reversibles.  The Piggyback units don't have terrible fill times, but you're looking at a decent 10-15 minutes depending on your bag size. 

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