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MMPRES
02-24-2017, 12:15 PM
Hey everybody. I have one season under my belt for my '16 Craz. I seem to have my wakeboarding setup dialed in for the most part (always looking to go bigger and better), still tweaking surfing, but was looking to see what everyone else was doing for their wakeboarding weighting options.
I have the center stock hard tank, 650ish plug and play in the nose and two 900's plug and play bags in the tail.
With the weather being as mild as it has been lately, pretty sure I'm going to de-winterize fairly soon. What are the rest of you guys running?

Stazi
02-24-2017, 02:41 PM
I just got 1100's but some guys went up to the Enzo bags which are 1450, and are on sale at Wakemakers right now for $299

https://www.wakemakers.com/wakemakers-centurion-enzo-ballast-bag.html?gclid=Cj0KEQiA0L_FBRDMmaCTw5nxm-ABEiQABn-Vqcj6HdMr-0CLenClQadaiRrJmcLyAj9c1QPl22LX_ngaArtC8P8HAQ

mattsask
02-24-2017, 04:13 PM
I was running the 1100's but just recently picked up the 1450 enzo's. The 1450's won't fill completely, but neither did the 1100's. I'm almost positive I won't be able to get up to wakeboard speed with the 1450's full though..

MMPRES
02-24-2017, 05:34 PM
Yeah I have no doubt. It works pretty hard as is. I thought about adding a 5-800# in the cockpit area, more towards the front close to the captain's chair that would drop essentially the whole boat and keep it balanced. If I went that heavy in the tail, I'd no doubt have to counter weight in the nose. Pretty sure I wouldn't plane off at that point though.

mattsask
02-24-2017, 08:45 PM
I was able to plane no problem at the beginning of the season with 1100's full, but it struggled near the end of the season. I had a very minor ding in my prop from some sand though, I'm sure that was the culprit.