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JoeLunar13

2018 Malibu 20 VTX

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JoeLunar13

I am hoping to get a new Malibu VTX and I was wondering how people are weighting their for surfing. I’m coming from a Nautique G23 then to a Reaponse and hopefully to a new VTX. The G was easy I didn’t need to do anything to it. The response I had bags everywhere. How do you weight your VTX? 

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We got our 2018 VTX this spring and have been getting the surfing dialed in. Full factory hard tank ballast including bow tank to 100%. Have the plug-n-play bags in the rear lockers. Fill those about 1/2 full. I surf at 10.2 mph with the wedge 4 clicks up. Really good surf wave that I can get surprisingly far back on.

Had started off trying to surf at 10.8 with plug-n-play bags all the way full. It worked but boat felt labored. Nick at AWS suggested slowing down and less ballast in the plug-n-play and that did the trick. Wife surfs the same setup but with 2 clicks less on the wedge.

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