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  1. #1
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    Default 2012 LSV Ballast Upgrade 750's

    Happy Thanksgiving! I have read a lot of threads and I know most prefer 1100lb bag upgrade. I really don't want to add that much weight. I like to keep it simple so I just have one question. I have ballast III and acme 537 prop.

    Mostly wakeboard. Like to surf but only to play around and have something to do in the middle of the day. Would like a little better wave for surfing.

    Is it worth upgrading to 750's only?

    Thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by mparker2997 View Post
    Happy Thanksgiving! I have read a lot of threads and I know most prefer 1100lb bag upgrade. I really don't want to add that much weight. I like to keep it simple so I just have one question. I have ballast III and acme 537 prop.

    Mostly wakeboard. Like to surf but only to play around and have something to do in the middle of the day. Would like a little better wave for surfing.

    Is it worth upgrading to 750's only?

    Thanks!
    It would depend on what size bags came from the Factory. If its the 650 bags then honestly not sure i would spend the money just for a hundo on each side.

    If your running anything less then 650 per side then its well worth the 750 upgrade.

    The LSV does make a nice wave with 750s in the rear and stock in the front.
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    Default 2012 LSV Ballast Upgrade 750's

    Thanks. I think I have (3) 400 lb bags. You have me second guessing now but I will check when I get back home.
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    I have (3) 400 lb bags as far as I can tell. Anyone else have experience with 750's in LSV?
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    I upgraded my 400 sacks in the rear locker to 750s on my 2007 lsv and it was a nice upgrade. A big improvement on the wake.
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    I did the 750s and it does make a nice wave. I ended up converting my old 400s to quick connect tsunami fittings so now i run corner 750 full, opposite corner 30%, 400 on surf side seats long ways, 400 up front and the other 400 sitting in the bow. Pretty solid wave
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    I have 750 on the surf side plus another almost full 400 under the seats (cooler cut out) on the surf side. Stock up front plus a couple bodies. I have a pretty decent wave.
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