My two 750's I bought off the classifieds here showed up today! This will put me up to around 4400lbs. total. After giving it some thought I plan on adding one more reversible pump for a total of four. I plan to modify my current mounting plate so more welding in the boat to come
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10-29-2012, 11:19 PM #51-Jake
10-29-2012, 11:29 PM #522011 Mobius LSV 325HP EFI
Digital Cruise Pro, Wakeplate, Kenwood KM550U and KCA-RC107MR x2, Kicker ZXM700.5, Kicker 6.5 Cabins, 10'' Kicker CompVT sub, Wetsounds SYN 4, Wetsounds REV10s, Wetsounds WS420Q, Gravity VI Surf Ballast, Acme 537
Board: '12 LF Harley (Monster) 139
Her Board: '11 Ronix Krush 128
Kids Board: '13 Ronix Vision 120
Skate: LF Faction 44
Surf: LF Custom Quad & XXX
2011 Toyota Tundra CrewMax TRD Magnetic Grey
3/1 Truxx Lift, and some other stuff...
10-29-2012, 11:32 PM #53
11-02-2012, 11:52 PM #54
I ordered all my stuff from Wakemakers, and it shipped out today. A pair of 750# Fat Sacs, 2 Ballast switches, 4 Tsunami 800 pumps, A bunch of 3/4" black hose, and all kinds of fittings and thru hulls. Thanks to Jason, Brian and Spencer. Upgrades start next week.Joe
2010 Outback V
Rockford Fosgate P500-4 Amp
Aerial 2 Speaker 3 Light Combo with Kicker KM6200 Speakers
Upgraded Gravity I to Gravity III
LSV in the works
11-05-2012, 05:41 PM #55
Ok be honest - who besides me is now toying with a DIY surfgate mod to their rear/platform?
I would not go with actuators, at least to start with, so it will have to be a quick release pin setup of some sort, manually adjusted and attached to the swim platform brackets only as I have no intention of more holes in the fiberglass (yet)."If your work speaks for itself - don't interrupt"
11-05-2012, 06:06 PM #56
11-05-2012, 07:15 PM #57
21 ft boat with Surfgate isnt very good compared to the 23ft boat
If you over wieght the boat the surf gate doesnt work, you have to keep the top of the surf gate out of the water
Surf Gate wave feels very different then a conventional surf wave
Surf Gate wave is flatter and not as tall as a conventional surf wave
Like i said i havt riden behind one but i dont plan on trying to copy one. I think its reall great for the weekend crowd that has a lot of Goofy / Reg riders and needs to swap sides of the boat easily. I also am not sold on the weighting the entire boat all the time, IDK maybe im a conventionalist in this topic LOL.
I will say i do still want to ride behind one and when i do ill let you know how i like it LOLMalo <--- Means--Evil or Mean One. This explains a lot.
2013 Mojo 2.5 Skylon Tower. Bestia < Beast >
6 SX65M Cabins
6 XM9 Towers
1 XI Big 15 Woofer in a custom Fiberglass box
1 XI 1K Harpoon
2 XI 800.4
1 XI 2500.1
2 Interstate 2400U 6V Golf Cart Batterties
Custom 1 Off Evolution Cover
11-05-2012, 10:33 PM #58
11-06-2012, 12:17 AM #59
22' supra santera. Hopefully 3400 will be enough. At least if not I can keep going I went from 2800 to 3300 when I added some moveable (extra bodies) ballast at the end of this year. I was pulling the 1100 out of the non surf side locker and filling it on the floor. I hope to use the two 750's instead. One on the floor one in the bow. I may add a little lead to the port side if it still needs more.-Jake
11-11-2012, 11:54 AM #60Member
- Join Date
- Apr 2012
- Juliette, GA
I have a New Dimension Tower being built right now. Black tower, black bimini, black board rack, lighted ski tow.
Replace all gauges except speedos for now. (Will probably go with perfectpass later)
Install glove box in dash.
Add two 6x9's in boxes in the rear, 4 channel amp.
Two cupholders in rear and two right next to drivers seat.
Will probably get a fat seat or similar and might plumb in a pump for it.Baker