Unlike Texas where the water is 96 degrees and you piss to cool off.
So riding behind the mojo ... Trayson.. whats your surf review on mikes mojo.. I know you didnt get the best take on the "dare to compare"
As far as flow, I think it's something that will most certainly enhance the wake. I don't think it's a replacement for ballast. Not a chance. But when you're spending money on getting that good surf wave, it's yet another ingredient you can add into the mix...
So, yes, I Mojo can most certainly hold its own with a lot of the big boys. In some ways, it's superior. FREEBOARD FOR DAYS. Holy crap that boat has freeboard. I think we had to toss my wife a parachute when she went from the sundeck to the swim platform. You can drive it sacked out and the boat doesn't "feel" as listed as it really is. It also isn't nearly as bow high surfing as many of the boats I've been in.
I didn't like how low the tower was. I smacked my head on his XM9's at least half a dozen times. (that's not a bad problem to have though! ha!). However, my tower has a pair of 8" compression horn tower speakers and I've never come close to hitting my head... (maybe that's placement, but I know that my speakers sit way higher on my tower vs his.). I still don't like the design of the bimini on the mojo's and how if you tow from the center of the tower that the rope would rub on the bimini. Mike's workaround on this is to surf tow from the side corner of the tower instead of the top. It gets his rides into the pocket easier and doesn't mess with the bimini. However, it did have a few problems with the rope getting tangled on the boards that were on the racks, so nothing's "perfect" I guess.
I guess that goes to show that a boat's setup has a lot to do with how it'll perform.
E4Nash - Love that angle..Is that being held down low by someone on the boat, or is that mounted?
Haven't surfed it yet. Still getting boat setup for surfing.
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