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  1. #21
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    Quote Originally Posted by beej77r View Post
    jmvotto- how was your surf wake running this configuration? i am curious with the 650 up front? been considering it...
    Good, I thought it did a good job, here are pics of just brad and I , 750 rear 400 mid, 650 front, with only a driver.

    http://www.moomba.com/msgboard/showt...hlight=surfing
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    Do u have a true 650# up front or are u calling the IBS 650#? By my estimate a IBS would maybe be 300-350 in an OBV. I am sure some one could figure out a better estimate by filling time. Just curious because even 200# can make the differance.


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    the 650 was under the seats so I would guess it was 400 to 500 up front. if you put it on the seats it would be a true 650
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    Cool... I would probably rock it on the seats... i don't have enough storage space as it is...
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    600 rear 400 center 5 people in boat two up front (300lbs)


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    went back out on sunday (mothers day) 750 rear, 2 people passenger +driver, about 600 upfront (guessing) + my center ski locker was full. trim was about 1/4 way up... (which significantly help with the push!!!). Was able to ride good like that!
    B.J. Reed

    2006 Moomba OBV

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    Quote Originally Posted by gscharf View Post
    Do u have a true 650# up front or are u calling the IBS 650#? By my estimate a IBS would maybe be 300-350 in an OBV. I am sure some one could figure out a better estimate by filling time. Just curious because even 200# can make the differance.
    I finally got the IBS installed in my OBV this past weekend and though I haven't actually filled it yet, I would guess we would get much closer to the 650# limit than 300-350#.

    Check out these threads for more details:

    http://www.moomba.com/msgboard/showt...allast-Upgrade

    http://www.moomba.com/msgboard/showt...-in-an-Outback
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    so another update... my buddy is GM over at Carolina Inboard, we were discussing my set up and recomended this, which I ended up going with...

    1100 Rear locker surf side, 750 on the rear seat, 400 on surf side, and 600 upfront. WOW!!! I ride on the left side of the boat, and the wave was clean, and huge!!! however, we could not get the right side to clean up with the same configuration... still scratching my head on that one. We have been doing research, and are considering "Making" a new platform that will not interurpt with the surf wave. will give updates when we end up doing that.
    B.J. Reed

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