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  1. #431
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stazi View Post
    How fast are you surfing? Have you tried 11mph or more?


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    Yea, I tried everything from 10.7 up to 11.7. I'm going to check my speed against a GPS app next time I'm out and just verify the speed is calibrated correctly.
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    WM Rears 1200s
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  2. #432
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    For me I find 11mph to get the best combo of height and length of the pocket.

    For goofy foot I get around 10° of pitch and 5° of roll with my surf plate on the port at 65%and then for natural foot, the roll is closer to 3.5° with the starboard plate at 55%

    Wake plate at 15% for a crew of 4 or more and 0% is only 2 or 3.

    Also if you can have the boat slightly turning AWAY from the rider so you aren’t going totally straight. That really helps shape the wave for my height and curl.


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  3. #433
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stazi View Post
    For me I find 11mph to get the best combo of height and length of the pocket.

    For goofy foot I get around 10° of pitch and 5° of roll with my surf plate on the port at 65%and then for natural foot, the roll is closer to 3.5° with the starboard plate at 55%

    Wake plate at 15% for a crew of 4 or more and 0% is only 2 or 3.

    Also if you can have the boat slightly turning AWAY from the rider so you aren’t going totally straight. That really helps shape the wave for my height and curl.


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    Didn't think about having the boat angles away from the rider bu that makes sense. I'll look closer at my roll next time too. I've had a lot of weight on my surf side thinking that would give me a great wave but I think I'm so surf side heavy that it's actually counterproductive. I'm going to move some weight to the non surf side to get closer to the 3-4* roll and see how it looks. I assumed with more weight in the boat I would want more roll to get a better wave but now I'm hearing from most people that you still want to weight it to where you still stay between 3-5*.

    I was hoping Goose would chime in and shed some light as well.

    I appreciate the insight Stazi! You ever get to the Gulf Coast, I owe you some time behind the boat and several beers.
    2017 Moomba Helix
    Flow 2.0
    AutoWake
    Surf Edition
    WM Rears 1200s
    Fresh Air Exhaust
    Fat Sac 400s (Midship compartments)
    LeadWake bags

  4. #434
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    Sounds good!


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  5. #435
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    Figured id try this question here. Is autowake something that can be added/installed later in the new boats? I assume it's a plug in program thing?

  6. #436
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    It would be pretty tough.. it's not just a program. It's a variety of sensors and an inclinomotor as well.
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  7. #437
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    Quote Originally Posted by KnoxMojo View Post
    It would be pretty tough.. it's not just a program. It's a variety of sensors and an inclinomotor as well.
    Depends on the boat, I added it to my 2017 Craz, call your dealer and ask.
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  8. #438
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    Only to 2017's and up; due to the helm control screen software.
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  9. #439
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    Hoping someone can help with this one, I'm trying to recalibrate the roll in the Autowake Settings menu on my 2019. Doing this because Autowake keeps filling port ballast double over starboard. This happens no matter who is in the boat or where weight is. We'll have the wave perfect with manual ballast, turn on autowake and it'll drain starboard to almost zero.

    Anyway, when trying to recalibrate roll, I select "yes" when the "set roll to zero" confirmation screen pops up. But then in the main display roll continues to display what it is currently (0.8 as pictured).

    Doing this at 20mph with wake perfect, as told to in the 2019 display manual.

    Here's what Autowake does at 30% amplitude, with me standing in the center of the boat and no other people/gear on the boat, completely washed starboard side but port looked good:


    Here's the Autowake settings screen AFTER setting roll to zero:
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  10. #440
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    I can't comment on the newer screen setup as I have a 2017. But the re-calibration made a huge difference to my ability to use (and enjoy) autowake on my boat. It shipped from the factor with a 1.1 offset, but it always felt way off when surfing (the boat was clearly rolled, but it kept reporting 0 roll and dumping all the ballast on the driver side to try to get to -3. So I used the inclinometer on my iPhone, dropped the boat into the water on a calm day with just me in the middle of the boat. And while the iPhone was reading 0 degrees, the boat was reading 2.8 degrees. So I went in and hit recalibrate and it adjusted the total offset to 2.9.

    The wife and I went out after and had the best surf in a long while using Autowake.

    Now to figure out the right speed... to get good push, we are down at 9.8, but sitting 5-6' off the back of the boat. And I'm running 1100's in the rear (upgraded from the stock 650s in the original Surf Edition).

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