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  1. #11
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    Default Added IBS

    3500???? Plus the hard tank too? That's like 4000 lbs! Thats insane yo!


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    Quote Originally Posted by mmandley View Post
    Sweet man awesome,

    Be careful running the IBS with no rear weight, the nose dives down a lot, but for wake boarding most of my riders prefer ski locker and IBS only and wake plate 100%.

    Wave cleans up real nice at 21
    Like i said MY riders, that doesn't mean everyone likes it lol.

    We used to only have the factory 1200 we ran that but now that i run 3K + most dont want the wave that big, they like it 1050 up front LOL
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    In my 02 I am running locker full and a 750 bag sitting right on top of it. Wakeplate 100% looking to add more weight this year though. Probably going to do some lead in the front and some rear weight.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lewisb13 View Post
    Dude we do ibs, 400 on the floor as far up and it will sit, 750 in each locker and 1000 on the floor in the back, wakeplate all the way nose up
    I would like to see this wake.......
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    Default Re: Added IBS

    I will take a pic next time we go out. Its as tall as your knees for sure. Some of these guys I ride with can do inverted spins. Theyre ridiculous. Make me want to quit wakeboarding.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lewisb13 View Post
    That double check valve system is key! Glad you like it.
    Did you add 2 check valves? Both sides of the vent Y?
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    So I know I'm comparing apples to oranges here but is there a way to keep the wake big behind the lsv but mellow it out a little. I am running IBS, 400 locker, and 1100's in the back only 75-80% full. I really like the size of the wake but man is it peaky at the top and a lot of the time I feel out of control when I hit it. It is a really hard pop that sometimes kicks me into a funky position.

    I have ridden behind the Super Air 230 and G23 and they have a much more mellow wake even thought its way bigger. I am thinking this is just a characteristic of the hull design.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chadjitsu1 View Post
    So I know I'm comparing apples to oranges here but is there a way to keep the wake big behind the lsv but mellow it out a little. I am running IBS, 400 locker, and 1100's in the back only 75-80% full. I really like the size of the wake but man is it peaky at the top and a lot of the time I feel out of control when I hit it. It is a really hard pop that sometimes kicks me into a funky position.

    I have ridden behind the Super Air 230 and G23 and they have a much more mellow wake even thought its way bigger. I am thinking this is just a characteristic of the hull design.
    I think you have too much weight on the back of the boat. LSV like more weight in the front to get a good transition. Maybe try to put fat sac over the ski locker.......not too much on the back

    Weight distribution should be 60% on front, 50 % rear.........it is how I like the wake
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    Quote Originally Posted by chadjitsu1 View Post
    So I know I'm comparing apples to oranges here but is there a way to keep the wake big behind the lsv but mellow it out a little. I am running IBS, 400 locker, and 1100's in the back only 75-80% full. I really like the size of the wake but man is it peaky at the top and a lot of the time I feel out of control when I hit it. It is a really hard pop that sometimes kicks me into a funky position.

    I have ridden behind the Super Air 230 and G23 and they have a much more mellow wake even thought its way bigger. I am thinking this is just a characteristic of the hull design.
    you are correct, this is due to hull design. you can add bow weight to mellow it out to an extent but you wont ever get it real mellow, try keeping the wake plate 100% down, that should help a little
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    I hear ya I really hate messing around with the pumps and having bags laying all over the place in the boat. Ilike everything to be open so people can walk around. I do have the IBS which fills to about 500 im sure and another 400 in the locker.

    I was thinking about adding some lead or something up front under the seats just in front of the sub, and the same place on the other side. Is there anyone that has lead or some form of permanent weight in the front of the boat. I know the negatives on that, I am thinking about adding another 300-400 that would be like having 2 more adults in the front.

    I still want the wake big just not so abrupt at the top.

    Quote Originally Posted by hans View Post
    I think you have too much weight on the back of the boat. LSV like more weight in the front to get a good transition. Maybe try to put fat sac over the ski locker.......not too much on the back

    Weight distribution should be 60% on front, 50 % rear.........it is how I like the wake

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