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  1. #41
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    I would hate to hear you call someone out! 🤣🤣
    Would get bloody!


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    Quote Originally Posted by dakota4ce View Post
    I would hate to hear you call someone out! 🤣🤣
    Would get bloody!


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    Has anyone seen or heard of a way to scientifically measure the "push" of a surf wave? it seems like it'd be fairly straightforward in the right conditions. You could tether a buoy to the bottom of the lake (assuming a proper but not excessive depth), with a dynamometer or fish scale type device that can measure and record a max reading. then pass close by the buoy w/the boat (at desired surf speed and desired setup) and record the force exerted on the scale.
    Measuring several boats, or a boat that is known to have an outstanding setup and voila. Obviously this is not something the average owner would be willing to do just to dial in their wake, but if the manufacturers did this it could certainly help dial in the factory settings for each boat's autowake/autoflow system.
    If you had access to a private lake, you could even set up several successive measuring points and make controlled adjustments along the path and then review the results.

    Nevermind, this is stupid. Far easier just to do it via trial and error w/a qualified pro and call it a day KISS
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeepers View Post
    Wasnít calling anyone out. Sorry if thatís how it was interpreted. However, in my defense whenever Iíve provided that same advise in the passed on this forum I get my ass handed to me ďthat I donít know what Iím talking about.Ē So, VS history repeating itself I figured I pre-empt the argument.

    In the future I will choose my words better.


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    Hey we need a little spice every now and then!. We could have a bad suggestion thread. That would be fun.


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    Quote Originally Posted by russellsmojo View Post
    Hey we need a little spice every now and then!. We could have a bad suggestion thread. That would be fun.


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    Thatís a great suggestion!!


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  6. #46
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    This is a good question...Based on what I read from other people (mostly those with Mojo's), I think the bow/center should be at 100% vs 60%. I don't think it would work to fill both the bow/center 100% and then drain the center. The bow would just drain back into the center tank. If my thoughts aren't accurate, I'm all ears to hear from the experts.

    Can't wait for the darn water to warm up here so I can get back out and actually dial in the surf wave.

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    nice good question

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    Quote Originally Posted by Theodoric View Post
    This is a good question...Based on what I read from other people (mostly those with Mojo's), I think the bow/center should be at 100% vs 60%. I don't think it would work to fill both the bow/center 100% and then drain the center. The bow would just drain back into the center tank. If my thoughts aren't accurate, I'm all ears to hear from the experts.

    Can't wait for the darn water to warm up here so I can get back out and actually dial in the surf wave.

    The only way to do this would be to install an inline ball valve to close off the bow bag from the hard tank. It would be something you'd have to manually open and close.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KnoxMojo View Post
    The only way to do this would be to install an inline ball valve to close off the bow bag from the hard tank. It would be something you'd have to manually open and close.
    Problem with that is if you had a valve between the two and you closed it to drain the center tank there would be no way for air to enter the tank to take the place of the water you are removing. This will result in a cracked and busted tank


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    Then I guess I wouldn't do it
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