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  1. #71
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    it's the same concept as the surf gates. I would suspect the same ballast characteristics would apply. Less overall weight for the same comparable wave, no list, faster switch times

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    That plate really looks like it could fit an xlv....
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  3. #73
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    Quote Originally Posted by jmvotto View Post
    That plate really looks like it could fit an xlv....
    Yesss.... <strokes beard>

    I would much rather pay a grand for this solution than buy yet more ballast that occupies storage space.
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    Quote Originally Posted by trayson View Post
    Centurion replaced the tracking fins with a "cats" rudder that can change the convergence--but they do it from the middle of the boat instead of the tail.
    I don't think that design would be the best as it would be affected by large waves and air bubbles. The system would have to compensate for the rear end slipping due to the torque.
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    Was at the atlanta boat show yesterday and got to check it out on a mojo. Looks promising but my only concern is how hard will it be to move on the swim platform? I jumped on the swim platform and tried several positions. My only conclusion is that one will be on their knees to move around. I had a tender knee yesterday so I noticed this as a bit uncomfortable . A life jacket on the platform it will be for me. Did sound like I will be waiting in line to get one though. Atlanta marine will be backed up putting these on. I think Drew is the first inline!
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  6. #76
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    Default Re: Moomba Flow The new Wake Enhancement Device

    Why not whoever is surfing gets in the water and sets it to what they like...

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    Default Moomba Flow The new Wake Enhancement Device

    Quote Originally Posted by parrothd View Post
    Why not whoever is surfing gets in the water and sets it to what they like...

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    If you start in the water.....I prefer platform start...
    When stuck inside......
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  8. #78
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    Finally got to the boat show. Saw the Mojo they had with the flow. I like the system, ease of operation, and the no fail of electronics.

    Talking to Matt with AWS and they pre ordered enough Flow Systems for all their boats. Plus 1 for mine. That's what I'm talking about.
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    I also saw this over the weekend at the ATL boat show. I am not totally sold on it yet. If I have to still load up one side of the boat with water then I'm totally out on it. If it works and they make it for the LSV then I will absolutely go out and immediately buy one.

    I am waiting to see how it all pans out though first before jumping on board.

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    The only thing I might change is the size of the ring you pull to change the position or add a little rope to it. Other than that very sinple to operate. Looked at the Supra system and before I could comment the wife said HE!! NO when she seen the price.

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