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    Default 750lb sacs

    Is the 50x20x20 750lb sac the one everyone is replacing the stock G3 rear 565lb 42x19x19 sacs with?

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    pretty much.. fits LSV and XLV well
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    what do you guys think? do they need to make a 1000 lb 25x25x56 sac so it completely fills the locker? .......I do...and why wouldnt ya



    just my .02

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    DOC, fly high makes a "enzo" sack, think its 1200lbs. Newty has 2 I believe in the rear of his lsv and likes them.
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    I have the enzo sac (1500lbs)and a 750 in my Centurion (and 440 and 250). For the tall part of the sac it's actually smaller than the 750's dimensions. The majority of weight of the enzo sac is the very long arm. They make a custom enzo sac that's 1200lbs but they just shorten the arm.

    I saw a FH sac that was just a tall rectangle for sale on ww months ago and it was 1500lbs, and no arm. It was like 2x750s stacked on top of eachother. It was not for a centurion boat. I wanna say a nautique guy was selling it. Only one I've ever seen. Sounds like what everyone wants to fill those lockers to the max.

    I'd like to see: 56x20x40h or so as a custom for me.

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    Ive seen Newty boat first had filled and man those rails are close to the water LOL.

    I just don't see putting more then 1k in the back. I mean once that rub rail is hitting the water i get nervous. Not only are you watching for rollers on the Nose your now watching the rear end also.
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    What you need to remember is that sacs, when filled, exceed their stated dimensions. I can say this, i don't need anything bigger back there nor would i want it.

    For boarding they are more than enough for us. Nice big wake.

    For surfing they are great, i can get it to the rubrail with my normal surf crew and water comes in on the dipped corner.

    If you really think you need that much with those dimensions then Fly High will custom make them for you.
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    750 is also the max for us in the corner, but we do 800 in the nose and another 400 on the side seat to get the whole boat listing.

    but then again, mine has a much shallower transom than an enzo. those can take 1500lbs in the rear and not be underwater yet.
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    Yeh what ever is safe for your boat and conditions. When we run 2200lbs water ballast, I'm still 4" from my rub rail.

    Boarding we're not that good so stock ballast is enough (:=

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