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    http://www.liquidaccess.org/Phoenix.html

    ski is a Liquid Access Phoenix. Wake crossings are my downfall. If i could cross them good, I'd be at 32 mph quick. Im sitting up at the wake, always have, cant stop myself. Best is a few at 29mph. (46k)
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    Awesome video. Thanks for sharing!
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    Thats some great shots. Makes me feel like I need to get on the water and work harder. Impressive!
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    Quote Originally Posted by usaski1 View Post
    http://www.liquidaccess.org/Phoenix.html

    ski is a Liquid Access Phoenix. Wake crossings are my downfall. If i could cross them good, I'd be at 32 mph quick. Im sitting up at the wake, always have, cant stop myself. Best is a few at 29mph. (46k)
    The competitive sit skiers I have known all do W2Ws on the crossings on a sit ski. I have seen some of the skis break in front of the cage on the force of the crossings. One of the downfalls of a metal cage on a lightweight ski. Some of the top ranked disabled skiers are using cages similar to what is used on snow skis with a shock absorber to absorb some of the impact. Have you tried setting up a trick ski arrangement yet? Had a buddy who was a para who we taught to ski a Boat-O on his trick set up.
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