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    Default Perfect Wave

    Hello everyone! I just thought I would share what I have done with my wave. I installed another 12v outlet in the back rear compartment of my boat and added another 900lbs fat sac to the stock 550lbs. I run my Perfect Pass at 9.5mph with the wakeplate all the way up. I am 5'10" and it hits me in the shoulders. I leave every other sac completely empty.

    Have fun!

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    What boat do you have? Got any pics of this 5 foot wave? Would love to see it.
    Last edited by cab13367; 07-17-2009 at 09:36 PM.
    Al

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    Yeah i'd like to see it too. A five foot wave is all fine and dandy but how far back does it extend? How many peeps? How and where did you add that extra 900lbs?

    Hey Al! What's up?
    2007 Mobius LSV

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    Hey guys,

    I have many pics....but they are too big to attach to these posts. If you send me your email address, I will shoot you pictures, the wave goes back probably ten feet and has an absolute perfect curl to it. I will also be posting a few videos on youtube later this weekend from home. If there is a way to reduce the file size I have around 15 pictures of my budy riding the wave and he is 6'4".

    Ken

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    Sorry...I have an 07 LSV!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kfechner View Post
    Hey guys,

    I have many pics....but they are too big to attach to these posts. If you send me your email address, I will shoot you pictures, the wave goes back probably ten feet and has an absolute perfect curl to it. I will also be posting a few videos on youtube later this weekend from home. If there is a way to reduce the file size I have around 15 pictures of my budy riding the wave and he is 6'4".

    Ken
    send me an email and I'll post it for you --PM sent.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kfechner View Post
    Sorry...I have an 07 LSV!
    So where do you put the 550 and the 900? They don't both fit in one rear locker.
    Al

    2006 Mobius LSV

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    Quote Originally Posted by Razzman View Post
    Yeah i'd like to see it too. A five foot wave is all fine and dandy but how far back does it extend? How many peeps? How and where did you add that extra 900lbs?

    Hey Al! What's up?
    Hey Razz,

    Looks like I just asked the same question you did about where he put the sacs. I got the loft mostly done so finally got the boat out for the first time this year last week. Pretty pathetic, I know.

    Hope you are having a great summer.

    Al
    Al

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    I for one am waiting on pics.

    Al, yes thats bad as the days are allready getting shorter.
    Hey, Its Moomba time

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    Yeah summers going strong and i've only had the boat out a handfull of times as well, better get with it!
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