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    Default '17 Supra SE - setup question

    Anyone figured out the optimal setting on the Supra SE for a nice steep wake? I can get a good wake but it does not seem to have the vertical slope in order to get some air. thoughts?

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    Maybe start with what you have tried already and how you’re setup ballast wise. Then people can chime in.


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    Quote Originally Posted by dakota4ce View Post
    Maybe start with what you have tried already and how you’re setup ballast wise. Then people can chime in.


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    Good point. Here's my current setup:

    Surf style: Goofy
    Ballast:
    - Port = 70%
    - Star = 100%
    - Cent = 70%

    Wakeplate = 0%
    port tab = 65%
    Speed = 10.8

    Typically on 2-3 other people on the boat.

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    Default '17 Supra SE - setup question

    Tab to 55-45%, any smartplate below 30 is fine lower is better, speed up to at least 11.4 (I ride 11.7-12). Less tall but harder wave you can Ollie off of easier to air.

    More weight if you’re factory ballast. I run 1280# rear sacs AND 850 lead (mostly midship). Listing 6-7 degrees and nose high 9-10 for goofy is ideal. Same for regular except list 4-5 degrees.

    So, weight is GOOD. SE craves it. She will deliver! I am a 6’3” 220# guy.




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    Last edited by dakota4ce; 06-08-2018 at 08:04 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dakota4ce View Post
    Tab to 55-45%, any smartplate below 30 is fine lower is better, speed up to at least 11.4 (I ride 11.7-12). Less tall but harder wave you can Ollie off of easier to air.

    More weight if you’re factory ballast. I run 1280# rear sacs AND 850 lead (mostly midship). Listing 6-7 degrees and nose high 9-10 for goofy is ideal. Same for regular except list 4-5 degrees.

    So, weight is GOOD. SE craves it. She will deliver! I am a 6’3” 220# guy.




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    Thanks for the info. Are you running boat rear sacs full or do you reduce the water in the non-surf side?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dancollier111 View Post
    Thanks for the info. Are you running boat rear sacs full or do you reduce the water in the non-surf side?
    With my 1280 sacs I have to drain a wee bit non surf. If I felt like moving a few lead bags I would not have to. One or the other.




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