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  1. #1
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    Default 250-300 Sac Recommendation

    Anybody have a recommendation on a 250 to 300lb sac I could move around the boat? I'm thinking on the side of the back seat depending on regular or goofy wave. We are finding with only a couple of people on the boat we just don't have quite enough ballast. I already have the 1100s in the ski lockers.
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    Ron

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    for what you're looking to do, I'd get a brick:

    http://www.wakemakers.com/fly-high-fat-brick.html
    Drew
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    Another option is the Straightline Sumo bags, Wake Makers sells them as well. I have them from the LSV so i bought the Sumo pump and can fill the 450 for the BOW in about 4 minutes. We use it when surfing to really lengthen the wave.

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    http://www.wakemakers.com/launch-pad...ucsac-225.html
    125
    http://www.wakemakers.com/straight-l...atsac-125.html

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    http://www.wakemakers.com/straight-l...sumo-pump.html
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    Those use a different fitting, don't they? I didn't know if Ron had a tsunami pump already.
    Drew
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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfeman131 View Post
    Those use a different fitting, don't they? I didn't know if Ron had a tsunami pump already.
    Yes they are different thats why i added the pump to the list, but the nice thing is i use this set up, and it works very well, Plus the Straightline bags are much softer and pliable, so they are easier to fold up for storage. The Pump kit also comes in a nice mesh bag to store it in and it will dry out quickly.

    Straightline bags come with all the fittings if i recall. I know the main fill and burp fitting on top of the bag and if anything you might need to by the plugs. Straightline are also true 1inch fills so its faster.

    No real difference in the Fly high but the fitting.

    If Ron has a Fly High style pump then i would go Fly High.

    I was just pointing out an ease of use setup.
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    Ron, you can borrow one of your old 400's - I recently swapped out the fittings so they now have a twist lock quick connect and two plugs for use as portable bricks. Thanks again.
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    I have a two port fly-high 260# bag I am not using. I can put the tsunami fittings on it and ship it if you are interested.

    I piggybacked the other one (I have two) to my 1100 on my surf side, but I don't need it on the goofy side because I dont know anyone who surfs goofy.

    I'd take $100 for bag and fittings.
    Nate

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    I may give those straighlines a try if they come up with a 1,500, enzo style.
    Drew
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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfeman131 View Post
    I may give those straighlines a try if they come up with a 1,500, enzo style.
    Don't you have an 1100 plus a 370 in the same spot a 1500 would take?

    Have you had any problems that would make you want to switch to an enzo sac?
    Nate

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    yes, that is what I have and no, haven't had any problems. but 1,100+370=1,470 and I want the extra 30 lbs.
    Drew
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