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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Nov 2018

    Default Mobius ballast upgrade

    Iím thinking about upgrading my stock rear ballasts in my 2013 Mobius to 850s. I found some used for a good price. I like my current surf wave but I thought why not upgrade. If I donít upgrade my front ballast weight, will increasing my rear by 400 pounds make the wake be too short? Will I be surfing a lot closer to the back of the boat?

  2. #2
    Join Date
    May 2010
    Salt Lake City, Utah


    i am not as knowledgeable as others on this but i would say yes, adding more weight to the back of the boat without changing anything else will give you a steeper but shorter wave to work with. I would say you could upgrade to a larger bow bag if you have room, add an extra bag just to sit on top of the bow seats and fill it with a portable pump, add some lead bags, or just adjust your wake plate so the bow comes down more ( that probably depends on where you have it now). I'm sure others will chime in with other/better info.
    2007 Mobius LSV with a lot of great upgrades and mods

  3. #3


    Definitely need to add front ballast if you adding that March to the rear. Makes a big difference in this hull.
    '07 LSV
    340 EXT CAT SS
    Probably the only one in the UK

  4. #4
    Join Date
    Aug 2018
    Glencoe, IL


    Iím with STX - Definitely upgrade the front and rear bags at the same time. On our Ď14 LSV I upgraded the rear bags to 900ís, added a 500# IBS and wish I went with the 650.... I actually kept the stock 650ís and bought a Tsunami pump for additional weight for when we surf with just 3 people and it works great. But the LSV really likes bow weight so make sure to upgrade your IBS at the same time
    2020 Super Air Natique GS22, Admiral Blue Flake & Tsunami Grey
    1936 Chris Craft 19í Runabout
    2014 LSV, Fire Red & Silver Flake (Sold)

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