View Full Version : 2003 Mobius LSV info

04-12-2011, 11:31 PM
Hello, I have done a search on the 03 LSV but have not found much info. I would appreciate any opinions on this boat including the quality of the wakeboard and wakesurf wakes. I would also like to know any opinions on the Indmar Assault TBI that this model has. Thanks.

04-13-2011, 08:57 AM
i had one. surf and wake wakes are amazing the boat is SO easy to setup (wakes) and is clean no matter how slow you pull for beginers.
motor is VERY strong. even with the stock prop it was great.

heres some info on mine.

10.7mph and wakeplate 3/4 up seemed to be perfect for surfing

wakeboard wake pics with setup info.

boat thread

04-13-2011, 01:38 PM
Thanks for the info, I really appreciate it. This boat is going to be my first inboard and I'm stoked!

04-13-2011, 02:08 PM
Had a 03 LSV for 5 troublefree years. Cant really comment on the wakes as Im barely able to ride a wakeboard. We just started getting into surfing right before we sold it for the 08. Anyway we really enjoyed the boat. It does sit lower than a lot of other wakeboats-some dont like that but I always thought it was one good looking boat on the water. Enjoy it.

04-13-2011, 02:36 PM
that year lsv is pretty much the same boat as my 07 outback v
Honestly I have had guys on my boat that have malibu wakesetters and a mastercraft x10 I have yet to hear them complain about the wake. Honestly I think most would be surprised what the wakeboard wake looks like with a 750 in each rear compartment and a couple guys in the boat !

Wakesurfing my set up is rear left 750, 400 under the left passenger seats (cooler removed) fill the center bag a bit ~ 1/2 full and then I have 2 250 bag's that are movable but only use them when its just me and the wifey... On my boat I know im surf ready when the rub rails at water level!!! wake plate 3/4 up and 10.5 mph that set up is good for a minimum waist high surf wake

04-13-2011, 05:06 PM
Thanks for the info

04-14-2011, 12:45 PM
what is your ability level? Do you prefer to ride a wake to wake style or charging out in the flats? It's a difficult boat to weight for a pro wake, especially in comparison to todays newer boats, but it will be more than enough for most riders. I complain about the wake behind mine every now and then as I am spoiled and ride behind 09 nautiques frequently and newer/older malibus, but I was humbled this summer when I brought out a sponsored 16 year old kid that was pulling giant krypts, raleys, 720's, and everything else behind my boat at 85 feet of line and 22mph. You will be fine with this boat for wakeboarding.