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  1. Poll: Off. 100% of the time. With the 325 no-CATS, you...

    Off. 100% of the time.
    With the 325 no-CATS, you have to or you'll smog out anyone on the platform.
    340 CATS is entirely different, but if I had that I'd still likely power off.

    Very interesting...
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    Not so fast. Got in one more day. Air 57. Water...

    Not so fast. Got in one more day.
    Air 57.
    Water 50.
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    Early defeat here in the Edmonton area (north...

    Early defeat here in the Edmonton area (north central Alberta).
    Every year, Indian summer end of Sept.
    Nowhere in site this year.
    While my boat's winterized out in BC, ski buddies here are...
  4. Thread: Oil

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    New (to me) shop serviced my boat this year, as I...

    New (to me) shop serviced my boat this year, as I left it in BC for the winter. All they do is service boats; no Sales. They use synthetic oil in 100% of their oil changes. Didn't ask why.
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    Can't remember if it was a separate article or a...

    Can't remember if it was a separate article or a post on this forum, but years ago there was well qualified information suggesting it's the interaction with air that causes fuel to become unstable....
  6. Ya, electrically operated pressure release valve...

    Ya, electrically operated pressure release valve for backing up wasn't working either, so off to the dealer for both. That'll be a few additional bucks.
  7. Brake caliper stuck - weekend kiboshed - recommend checking these

    Brought the boat home from storage Thursday. Didn't notice any drag, but after a few miles, on a hunch, checked tire/rim temp. One was quite warm. Pulsed the brakes to see if that would release it....
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    Wow, old threads never die. Must be water...

    Wow, old threads never die.

    Must be water sports season soon!

    Put that 705 bencher on a slalom ski and see how he feels after.

    Re: Supplements, my teenage son is prepping for a regional body...
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    Good point. I think dialing mine back from full...

    Good point. I think dialing mine back from full down (past the full mark on the guage) to the full down mark on the guage, is more than a hair. Hopefully get another crack at it this weekend and I...
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    Prior to this thread, I would never have thought...

    Prior to this thread, I would never have thought about lifting up the wake plate a bit.
    Had my driver today raisd it from full down, to the full down mark, per above while I was skiing.
    Result was...
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    So regret not driving down for the Pro shoot-out....

    So regret not driving down for the Pro shoot-out.
    Wing men (ski buddies) couldn't go, so stayed back as well.
    Hopefully it was well attended? (Thus returning next year perhaps).
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    Ya, off-side pull. The one key!? ...Anything!? I...

    Ya, off-side pull. The one key!? ...Anything!?
    I can get to 2 ball in time for a cigar, but I've got nothing for 3, 5.
    How to contort the torso and get it done?
  13. Maybe it's like mine. If I place that switch in...

    Maybe it's like mine. If I place that switch in the "on" position, the bag self fills. Must be reverse wired.
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    Well, just now hitting the forum for the 1st time...

    Well, just now hitting the forum for the 1st time in six months...starting to think about summer.
    This thread caught my eye.
    FINALLY going skiing this weekend, after recovering sufficiently from a...
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    Can't tell you how much that suprises me. How...

    Can't tell you how much that suprises me. How many boats total? Two? (Joking). On our lake there are a grand total of two DD's and they are old. Versus about a dozen V's.
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    Big difference for me as well. Maybe it's cronic...

    Big difference for me as well. Maybe it's cronic for all skiers, given the awkward twisting of the body to the backside required.
    Couple of things I've heard to help (from qualified people -...
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    The good news is you have tremendous upside, and...

    The good news is you have tremendous upside, and that begins when you take one hand off the handle to allow the ski to continue on it's outward path in the pre-turn.
    Lots more can be said about...
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    Good grief...didn't notice that. Moderators,...

    Good grief...didn't notice that. Moderators, delete this and my prior post.
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    Benson, Deerfield, you guys serious? You've been...

    Benson, Deerfield, you guys serious? You've been skiing with a backward grip until now? The summer will be a rewarding one for you with the benefits of the "correct/standard" grip.
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    Yup, same here. Grinding the teeth over YET...

    Yup, same here. Grinding the teeth over YET ANOTHER lost weekend. I even took a short video clip of the rain pounding the deck, for my Ontario buddy who sent me a teaser shot of his nice blue...
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    Sounds like you're back on the ski. That results...

    Sounds like you're back on the ski.
    That results in the angle of the ski to the water being more vertical vs horizontal, which causes the water to be thrown forward instead of to the side. You are...
  22. Knowledge forums, social media, and other musings

    In some cases, the lines become blurred between knowledge forums and social media. With social media now fully in the main stream, the need for individuals to express their personal lives and...
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    Solenoid switches operate opposite of what the...

    Solenoid switches operate opposite of what the manual describes / arrows on the solenoid indicate.
    Placed in the down/on position; bag will auto-fill.
    Placed in the up/off position; normal...
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    I seem to recall noticing this. I don't think the...

    I seem to recall noticing this. I don't think the matrix in the manual reflects the difference between the 325 and the 340.
  25. 1. Not that MC needs any further bad publicity,...

    1. Not that MC needs any further bad publicity, but more details published around the findings would be good education for boaters.
    2. 18 people or 2928 lbs. That includes people, gear, fuel &...
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