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    How did you pump in the bowl sac?


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    Bow*


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    Quote Originally Posted by jeffandjulia15 View Post
    How did you pump in the bowl sac?


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    I made a manifold to go on the front of the floor ski locker ballast bag and used a hole saw on a drill to drill holes in the floor inside the bow storage area under the corner of starboard and port seat.



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    2008 Outback V-Bought new; sold in 2018

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    Quote Originally Posted by z28ke View Post
    I made a manifold to go on the front of the floor ski locker ballast bag and used a hole saw on a drill to drill holes in the floor inside the bow storage area under the corner of starboard and port seat.



    Thanks! What ballast bag did you use?


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    Itís this one if I recall correctly

    https://www.wakemakers.com/fly-high-...d-bow-sac.html

    It wonít fill all the way without popping the cushions up but Iíd say itís good for 400 lbs
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    I could have sworn I replied to this thread already but apparently it was another thread asking a very similar question... Here's the copy-paste:




    I came off the vent port of my floor bag and into the starboard rear fill/drain port of my Sumo 750. It does not drain 100% all the time, but only leaves a gallon or two - really only a pain if you're wanting to remove the bag. That hole was extremely hard to drill... not so much for the physical drilling but the mental prep...

    I leave a length of hose coiled (I call it a service loop) to allow the bag to stay flexible and not put a strain on the fittings.

    Nice thing is you start filling the floor bag and stop when the cushions start to bulge. About the same amount of time it takes both of my 750 rears to fill. Draining works the same way.

    Here's the bag I have:

    https://www.wakemakers.com/straight-...-750-2016.html

    It does pop the cusions but I would estimate way more than 400lbs worth. My floor 400 plus 750 IBS fill time wise just shy of my 2 rear 750's, all off the same manifold - so I would say I'm getting at least 600lbs, maybe more. The best part of that bag is the long legs.






    2008 OBV
    325 EFI with closed cooling
    Gravity III with 750's in the rear, 400 stock floor, 750 IBS
    Servo valve ballast upgrade
    Wetsounds Rev10
    JL Amps, WS420BT

    2000 Outback LS <-- Sold!!!
    310 Carb Direct Drive
    800# Rear Locker
    750# IBS (should have kept this for the OBV)
    Dual Batteries with 2 Bank Charger System
    Kenwood Head with Remotes
    Too many hours restoring exterior from prior negligence to count!

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    Quote Originally Posted by z28ke View Post
    Itís this one if I recall correctly

    https://www.wakemakers.com/fly-high-...d-bow-sac.html

    It wonít fill all the way without popping the cushions up but Iíd say itís good for 400 lbs
    Thanks for all the information. Love the look of your murder max! Would you pm me that wake makers choose if/when you get it?


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