I would go with the 750's, when you have 8 people in the boat you may not need the other 750, because of the weight of the other people. I recently purchased 2 750's and I have only had to use 1 of them and my hard tank in the back. We only have 3 people in the boat when we go out and our boat pushes a nice surf wave.
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Thread: Outback DD Balast Set Up
05-08-2011, 10:49 AM #71Patrick
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05-08-2011, 11:39 PM #72Senior Member
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I have the same hull as you. You want a 750 beside the motor box and the 400 on top at an angle as you described. or alternatively a 750 on top that you would not need to fill all the way. Fill your rear tank full and your front bag half full. Put your wake plate around half way, 9.8 mph.......enjoy the wave......it will have more push on the passenger side, but thats the only side that matters
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