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  1. #21
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    This is a pic I snapped after the 750 had started to empty it will fill to the top

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    This pic I my outback v with a couple people on the surf side. Only the 750 full Its was early last summer we got it dialed in better now its bigger now too
    I cant seem to find late summer surf pics for some reason



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    you guys think the 750's are necessary for wakeboarding. we do surf, just curious.

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    750s are too much for wakeboarding. You just can't get enough weight up front to get the wake right unless you want to run SLAMMED. Like up to the rub rail slammed.

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    Hey, c.rix, is that the wino with the corks?
    My Mom said I'm not allowed to get wet!
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    Quote Originally Posted by kaneboats View Post
    Hey, c.rix, is that the wino with the corks?

    Kane looks like they both got nice corks
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  7. #27
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    Quote Originally Posted by oddos2525 View Post
    you guys think the 750's are necessary for wakeboarding. we do surf, just curious.
    Full 750's are too much weight in the rear, mine(07 OBV) bounces with that much weight at wakeboard speeds. I'm not good enough at wakeboarding yet to need that much weight anyway.

    I did ride with them full one day when I had 8 people on the boat, and was able put them all in the front to stop the bouncing. The wake was HUGE! Once I get good enough I'll add a bow sack to be able to ride with them all full.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kaneboats View Post
    Hey, c.rix, is that the wino with the corks?
    yup the first one is the wino, well they both are wino's actually
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    we have wakeboarded with the rear 750 full

    my buddy has the fly high bow filler sack we filled that to even out having so much rear weight

    so we had the 1000 in bow full the stock front 400 stock rear 400 rear 750 and 250 on top of rear 400 sack.... holy crap huge wakeboard wake at 20 mph
    2800 lbs of ballast plus 2 225 lb guys 3250 total weight maybe over weighted
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    Quote Originally Posted by c.rix View Post
    we have wakeboarded with the rear 750 full

    my buddy has the fly high bow filler sack we filled that to even out having so much rear weight

    so we had the 1000 in bow full the stock front 400 stock rear 400 rear 750 and 250 on top of rear 400 sack.... holy crap huge wakeboard wake at 20 mph
    2800 lbs of ballast plus 2 225 lb guys 3250 total weight maybe over weighted
    Dang. I shudder to think how much fuel you burned that day! Was the wake clean at 20mph?

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