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  1. #1
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    Default 750 0r 1100, whats your thoughts?

    Would like some feed back from this statement, it was advice provided by Spencer at Wake Makers. Are the 1100lbs worth it or not?

    "I have used both bags in the LSV. You get more weight out of the 1100lb. Jumbo bag but i didn't really notice a huge gain in wake size. I personally prefer the 750lb. fat sac because it fits better and i can still have a couple of vests on top of the bag when it is full. You are not going to make a wrong choice either way."

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    shipping eta for my 1100 is 4-5, hope to try it out the following weekend
    Hey, Its Moomba time

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    Should be interesting to see the difference.
    My Mom said I'm not allowed to get wet!
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    Plan on doing some wave testing with pictures from no ballast- all the way up to max what I have.
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  5. #5
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    Default Is this tooo much?????

    WOW, so what do you think....750lb or 1100lb?
    too-much-ballast.jpg
    Last edited by Sea N' Things; 03-31-2011 at 01:47 PM.

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    I have the order ready to ship with the 750lb's....but that little voice keeps saying what about the 1100lb's. Will i be disappointed or should i get the 1100 first off? I also bave the bow sac comming as well....

    Is there an upgrade for the mid ship ballast "ski locker" sac, I believe it's a 400lbs stock??????????????
    Last edited by Sea N' Things; 03-31-2011 at 01:53 PM.
    Rob Snyder...no not the actor!
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    I'd say that if you have 4-5 friends that will go out with you every time then no need for 1100's but if it's just you and the wife/signif other, then go with them as you will want the weight. The difference is about 2 people worth in exactly the right spot.
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    I'd buy the 1100's every time. never know when it'll be just 3-4 of you out on the water and you don't have to fill them up every time.

    as ed can attest, the mods to the doors are relatively simple, unless you build the bracketry one member on here did. it looks amazing..
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    If you are even asking then the choice is obvious.

    Buy the 1100s. I bought the 750's last year and am now buying the 1100s. The cost difference is minimal.

    No reason to leave room for regret. If you want to put life jackets on top of it then fill the 1100 bag with 750 lbs.
    2006 Supra 24SSV

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    Thank you guys 1100's it is

    Is there an upgrade for the mid ship ballast "ski locker" sac, I believe it's a 400lbs stock??????????????
    Last edited by Sea N' Things; 03-31-2011 at 06:02 PM.
    Rob Snyder...no not the actor!
    2011 Celestial Blue/Black Accent Moomba Mobius LSV, 340HP

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