Bestia Surfing 2013 Mojo
I wanted to start a thread for my Mojo Bestia <Beast>
This is a thread where i can keep track of the progress, help people progress and learn more about surfing a Mojo.
This first video is one i took a couple weekends ago and its just some visual of the regular surf wave.
Its nothing to fancy, i am open to sugestions from those who know decent, user friendly editing software so i can make my videos look and sound better.
Anyhow heres the Regual side surf,
1100 in the rear regular corner
500 center hard tank
400 bag under the center bow cushion.
What i really liked and noticed i couldnt do on my LSV was go through all the wake plate settings and the wave stayed clean the entire time, this is HUGE is changing your wave size and poket for different riders.
This is another video same day.
Its more of an education look what i figured out video on the Goofy side of the boat.
I dont recall the exact weights as we were trying a lot of things but im pretty sure its
1100 in the rear Goofy corner
500 center hard tank
400 bag under the center bow cushion
Feel free to post your Mojo set ups and surfing ideas.
good vids, but really need a person on them for some true perspective. break out the drysuit :)
ultimately the real question... did claudia like the initial goofy wave.......
Yea we only had 2 people that day so technically cant surf it.
Originally Posted by sandm
Yes she does like it, she just wants more work done on it LOL
Looks great! Thank you for posting. Gives me some perspetive while I wait.
No additoinal weight under the port seats or in the starboard rear per wolfemans recommendations and your previous posts?
NO only extra bag was in the bow walkway. I am seeing more of a trend with my Mojo that it likes a ton of nose weight.
Originally Posted by muehlcj
It also might be the 300+ lbs of batteries and amps i have on my port side already.
Got out yesterday.
I added my 2 450 bags in the nose instead of the IBS 650
I was running 950 in the nose
500 in the hard tank
1100 in the reg rear
Nothing in the goofy rear.
Water was very choppy due tot he 10mph winds and gusts.
I liked the wave, was real easy to ride with a lot of power, push but the 900 in the nose might be a little too much, still not exactly pleased with the length of the wave, still working on that.