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  1. Thread: Goodbye!

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    Sorry you've got to give it up but understand...

    Sorry you've got to give it up but understand priorities.

    That seems like a pretty good price for the LSV. How many hours did you have on it? Anything like FAE, ballast upgrades, etc?
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    Finished product and boat moved back...lesson...

    Finished product and boat moved back...lesson learned.
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    We did the replacement this weekend and it went...

    We did the replacement this weekend and it went fairly smooth. Hardest part was getting your hands and tools back under the engine and getting enough room for leverage. You could probably do it...
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    Any help on replacing rudder

    So at the beginning of the season we noticed a fairly large crack down the side of the rudder. We ordered a replacement rudder assembly and kept an eye on it throughout the year. Luckily it never...
  5. Thread: Km6500.2

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    I did the same thing as Trayson. Have a Roswell...

    I did the same thing as Trayson. Have a Roswell tower and had to hollow out the insides a little to get them to fit. I currently run them with about 150 watts per side. Without the FAE I had...
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    This is interesting as I actually have some...

    This is interesting as I actually have some peppermint oil at the house. Do they dilute and spray, or just put some drops on the carpets or in the storage areas?
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    That would probably be the easiest thing to do,...

    That would probably be the easiest thing to do, but we tend to fill up that space with towels and what not so I'd like to keep the space if I can. Plus, I like justifying an extra 100 watts per side...
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    Thanks Mike, 60% is quite a bit more than I was...

    Thanks Mike, 60% is quite a bit more than I was expecting, guess we'll have to wait and see on battery life...

    I saw they were discontinued but have found some decent deals elsewhere for lightly...
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    That's the thing, I've got the dual battery set...

    That's the thing, I've got the dual battery set up as well so I never worry about a battery truly dying because I can start no issues - or maybe you meant dual batteries for stereo/accessory? Either...
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    Class A/B and D amp question

    I am considering switching out a couple of my amps for Class D amps. I have the jx360/4 running my cabins and the e4300 running the tower- both are Class A/B and the e4300 is OLD. The amp for the...
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    Nah, not mine. I'm with you though, haven't made...

    Nah, not mine. I'm with you though, haven't made it...yet
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    September picture thread

    http://img.tapatalk.com/d/14/09/25/etypabuh.jpg

    Anyone check The Chive this morning? First picture in the morning gallery
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    September picture thread

    http://img.tapatalk.com/d/14/09/22/gy8e8e3y.jpg
    Sad day yesterday, probably the last day on the water for us this season...
  14. Check your PM

    Check your PM
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    Good find for rope

    Honestly not sure - sorry. We usually pull the rope in between riders so I can't remember if it does or not. When going back to get a rider it does if that helps.
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    Good find for rope

    I bought one of these ropes earlier this year on a similar site for around $80, they are now on sale for $60 and free shipping. 55' rope with 3 5' sections. It's the 2013 edition of the line but...
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    Excellent video! I know this has been mentioned...

    Excellent video! I know this has been mentioned in other posts and not sure if you've mentioned this before or not wolfe but how sensitive is it to weight movement side to side when wake boarding? ...
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    I've used time lapse but only using video. At...

    I've used time lapse but only using video. At the end of this video I did it for the sunset

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_XLZOXw9Cd4

    Pretty sure it was filmed in 720p at 120fps. Uploaded...
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    Yes, I'm referring to starting with the plate all...

    Yes, I'm referring to starting with the plate all the way down (bow down) and moving it up from there.
  20. Thread: EQ mounting

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    It's a small piece of composite board we had...

    It's a small piece of composite board we had laying around. In the pictures you can see there is a thin piece of fiberglass behind the dash right at the bottom. We mounted the L brackets to a thin...
  21. Thread: EQ mounting

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    EQ mounting

    http://img.tapatalk.com/d/14/07/19/7enety5u.jpghttp://img.tapatalk.com/d/14/07/19/tehuraja.jpg
    Hopefully those come out well through tapatalk
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    Board suggestion

    Has anyone tried a Ronix Code 22? I love the way Dean rides and his high flying explosive style is fun to watch for me so I'm looking at his model. I've been riding LF Watson's for 6-7 years but am...
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    We have the same set up as you, I usually fill...

    We have the same set up as you, I usually fill the 750's full, center, and IBS and put the wake plate about 1/4 -1/2 way up, any more and the boat bounces. If there is no one in the boat and it's a...
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    Beejwest, I run the 1433 on my 07 LSV and I want...

    Beejwest, I run the 1433 on my 07 LSV and I want to say we get up to about 38 or 39 but the engine is screaming - really high RPM's. We never take it that high, only once for a test back when we...
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    We run the 1433 and have between 2000-2500 lbs...

    We run the 1433 and have between 2000-2500 lbs ballast for wake boarding plus passengers. Stock prop couldn't get the job done but this gets us out of the hole and on plane pretty quickly.
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