View Full Version : 200 down 200 to go

04-30-2012, 11:35 AM
I hit 200 hours this weekend. What a great feeling. Best part is she has been sitting for 6 months and started up just like any other summer day at the lake. The air/Water temp started off at 50/52 with gray skys but we ended up with 58/64 at the end of the day. Photo's to come later since i am at work today.

04-30-2012, 11:40 AM
Nice Mike,

Your telling me the Water temp increasded? Or were those Air temps that were 58/64 lol.

Would have liked to get down but we talked about that already LOL. Hopping to get our boat home soon, this week if i can, it more depends on the weather at this point, i hate towing her in the rain.

04-30-2012, 11:52 AM
Mike, Sorry I am backwords on my numbers. Guess I should get more coffee or less Vodka. Air started at 52 and ended at 64. Water started at 50 and ended at 58. You know your more then welcome anytime you want to come down.

04-30-2012, 12:03 PM
Wow still cant get over the water changing that much in temps LOL. 50 is downright wetsuit water, 58 is marginal depending on if you have sun or not LOL.

Yea i know, just busy this time a year. I really want to ride with you, i know you can teach me a few basics on wake boarding to get me to the next progression level, i need an excuse for falling other then i caught an edge, seeing hwo thats my normal thing, catching an edge while riding switch or trying to go from switch to a side slide LOL

04-30-2012, 12:04 PM

hoping it warms up soon...

04-30-2012, 12:46 PM
58 degrees? Maybe the top 1". Down where the thermostat is I bet its a lot colder than that!

04-30-2012, 12:48 PM
Why 200 to go. You ought to have 1200 to 1500 more to go. Or have you already decided to get the Mojo when you hit 400? (I'd be running it in the driveway if my wife made me this deal.)

04-30-2012, 12:50 PM
^^^ :) I would too man! I think I might do the XLV instead!

04-30-2012, 01:16 PM
We're not good enough for the XLV. You have to run about 22 mph to get a clean wakeboard wake. None of us go that fast. I'm wondering about the Mojo in that department.

04-30-2012, 03:40 PM
Kane, No Wife or GF so do not have to worry about them holding up a new boat right now. I think 400 hours would be just about the time to upgrade. Might go Mojo but might just go Supra. I really do not like the dash of the Mojo. And since that is my place in the boat I have to like it the most.

04-30-2012, 07:41 PM
agreed on the dash. still have a hard time getting past that and that as of right now the too deck is not offered in anything other than white...

04-30-2012, 09:14 PM
I've spent 10 grueling hours behind that dash and I like it. Wake plate on the left, depth gauge on the right and all the vitals contained in the two large gauges in the center of the dash. Wife and I both love the smartphone holders along side the dash pods.

05-01-2012, 04:52 PM
400 hours is about then i expect to be selling mine off. I should hit 200 pretty quick as i think im in the 180s or 190 right now, but the plan is when the Diesel is paid off i can upgrade the boat, plus the #1 guy who gets first dibs should be ready to purchase it. Lucky for him all the upgrades i do go with the boat LOL.

I'm still undesided what boat ill be in next i just know its going to be a surf minded boat, holds a lot of ballast and be 23 feet long. We will see whats on the marlet then as the last 3 years has seen a lot of changes in the boating world.