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pickle311
06-23-2008, 02:59 PM
I just added this in my 07 LSV and it's a perfect fit. I can get it completely full and adds another 700+ lbs in the bow. Most of you guys with the LSV knows that it likes a lot of weight in the bow, this is perfect. We were riding with 9 people in the boat, everyone was in the back and I filled the bow sack and center sac. Rear sacs were pretty much empty with full ice chest on top of them. The wake was perfect at 21 to 22mph and wake plate all the way up. I'm waiting for my buddy to send pics, I'll post some when I get them.

Just wanted to give you guys a heads up that the bag is a perfect fit.
With the 750s full in the rear, it still needs more weight in the bow though.

rbc_racing
06-23-2008, 08:13 PM
Install pics? how did you plumb it in or do you manually fill it?

pickle311
06-23-2008, 11:25 PM
I didn't take any pics, but it wasn't hard.

I put in another thru hull fitting in the bottom of the boat and connected a Tsunami 800 to it. I pulled the floor up and ran the hose from the fill pump up to the bow along with the wires. I also used a Tsunami 800 to empty it. I didn't use any valves other than the shutoff valve but I do need to install a check valve on the fill line. When I'm running, it forms a suction and pulls water out the fill line.

Hillbilly
06-25-2008, 02:42 PM
What size prop do you have? I just got an 07 lsv and am trying to figure the wake out and placement of wieght.I have the 400 bags all the way around I think. But I put another #400 sac in the walkway and #540 of pop bags throughout.

pickle311
06-25-2008, 03:46 PM
I'm not sure what size the prop is, but it is the upgraded wakeboard prop that is offered on the LSV

JesseC
06-26-2008, 12:53 PM
I didn't use any valves other than the shutoff valve but I do need to install a check valve on the fill line. When I'm running, it forms a suction and pulls water out the fill line.

Here is what I used on my vent/overflow lines on my rear ballast bags. Should work perfectly for what you need it for. It just has three rubber "pie pieces" that are non-restrictive.

http://www.boatersworld.com/product/359350147msk.htm

http://a1672.g.akamai.net/7/1672/116/20080601/www.ritzcamera.com/graphics/products/3-23/359350923.jpg