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cab13367
09-09-2010, 08:58 PM
These are the steps for the Wakeboard Pro Perfect Pass:


With Perfect Pass NOT engaged, hit the Menu and the Up Arrow button at the same time.
Hit the Menu button twice so that System Info is highlighted.
Press the Up Arrow button and the water temp will be displayed.
Hit the Menu button again to exit.

kaneboats
09-10-2010, 12:33 PM
Nice to know. Mine worked out of the box though. Now tell me if you have changed the "agressive" setting for wakesurfing. I'm taking forever to plane off and then get up to surf speed. It's as though PP is taking over too early and easing up to speed instead of running up to 12-13 and backing down to surf speed-- which would work much better for forming up the wave.

Have you changed your settings? Do you experience the same issue? If you have changed them and are satisfied can you post your nos.? Thanks!

kaneboats
09-10-2010, 02:02 PM
So, the key is to just get on it agressively yourself so by the time PP has time to react you're already up to speed or close to it?

cab13367
09-10-2010, 04:59 PM
Nice to know. Mine worked out of the box though. Now tell me if you have changed the "agressive" setting for wakesurfing. I'm taking forever to plane off and then get up to surf speed. It's as though PP is taking over too early and easing up to speed instead of running up to 12-13 and backing down to surf speed-- which would work much better for forming up the wave.

Have you changed your settings? Do you experience the same issue? If you have changed them and are satisfied can you post your nos.? Thanks!

Yes, I've adjusted my settings a bit. I will try to remember to look at what they are tonight and post it here.

I've not experienced the problem that you and Ed have. Mine has always worked like it's supposed to. I guess sometimes low tech is better than high tech??

mnpracing
09-10-2010, 05:05 PM
my 06 OBV and 08 LSV act the same way. It works like a charm to just pull out more aggressively, then it goes a bit past the set speed then settles back to the set speed with no more that .5 mph loss.

cab13367
09-10-2010, 06:50 PM
Kane, if u need to pull ur kids up slow, u can start with PP off then turn it on once u get close to the desired speed.

cab13367
09-10-2010, 06:51 PM
BTW, we're way off topic here :)

viking
09-10-2010, 09:16 PM
BTW, we're way off topic here :)

happens alot with this crew :)

kaneboats
09-11-2010, 09:36 AM
BTW, we're way off topic here :)

Now how did that happen. BTW, I can make it work fine but when somebody is driving for me I hate the 6 MPH pull for the first 90 seconds.