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  1. #21
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    Default Just filled the June build slot

    Quote Originally Posted by Arcadyus View Post
    I have a 1000lbs of lead ballasts. Hopefully 5000 lbs total is enough.
    Probably plenty. Stock waves are for sure surfable and wake is great

    I’ve found the need for more is a bit overblown. Sure more is better, but stock our Craz surfed great and wave was huge



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  2. #22
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    Yeah white for sure with the salt. My dad wants to sometimes cruise the sound. He lives on a 100ft cliff overlooking the tulalip bay. Yeah we are going with NW Inboards working with Zac. He's working on a custom cover now.

  3. #23
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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt0520;341869
    Probably plenty. Stock waves are for sure surfable and wake is great

    I’ve found the need for more is a bit overblown. Sure more is better, but stock our Craz surfed great and wave was huge



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    that's great to hear.

  4. #24
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    Just got the total for my build. So with tax shipping etc my build was right at $109k. We got it for right at $99k with a custom cover at cost. Just ran my card for the build slot.

  5. #25
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    Congrats!!!
    2018 Murder Max
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  6. #26
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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt0520 View Post
    Probably plenty. Stock waves are for sure surfable and wake is great

    I’ve found the need for more is a bit overblown. Sure more is better, but stock our Craz surfed great and wave was huge

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    Yep. I agree. I have stock ballast in my Craz, but added 300lbs of lead wake mainly to shift around when I have a small crew. My wave is sweet and have zero issues with it. Personally I think it is more about dialing in the autowake with the proper wake plate positions and pitch and roll. Fully understand those and get it dialed in first. After that, additional lead weight can be used to fine tune it.


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    2018 Moomba Craz
    6.2L Raptor 400
    6 Pump Ballast, Autowake 2.0, Flow 2.0 Surf System
    OJ 15x13 Wake Prop
    Digital Cruise Pro 3 (paddle wheel)
    Wetsounds Rev 10's

    2005 Supra Launch 22SSV - Sold

  7. #27
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    Katy, TX
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    Quote Originally Posted by TXSurf4 View Post
    Pics don’t ever do these colors justice especially the metal flakes. Here is yellow on a Makai


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    That might be one of the few Makai's I've seen on a triple axle....that ride is BAD ASS!!

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    2017 Moomba Craz Surf MAX Edition
    Flow 2.0 Surf System w/ AutoWake™
    4,600 Lbs Ballast - Enzos + Lead
    Wet Sounds REV10s + REVO12-XXX

  8. #28
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    Yeah for a sec I got excited and thought it was stock.

  9. #29
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    Well dealer today had to make a change. Apparently the build slot was already slotted for a 400 and can't be changed to a 450. So I could either wait till fall for a 2020 or go with the 400. I asked him his honest opinion. Even gave the option of keeping my trade in all summer to wait for the 450. We boat at about 200-300 ft above sea level so altitude isn't an issue. We normally have a smaller crew. I don't wakeboard and won't ever wakeboard. It's all about cruising and surfing. He Def felt like I wouldn't be missing the 450 vs the 400 with our use of the boat. He had the option of charging me more and keeping my trade all summer so the hours don't change. He still felt it the right choice to choose the 400. They have a great reputation of being an outstanding dealer. He also owned a water sports company in FL for 7 years so I do trust his judgement. So we are going to go with the 400. I'll let everyone know how she does.
    2019 - Makai took delivery
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  10. #30
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    Man that is a bummer but it is tough to get things changed inside of 30 days before the build. When we did ours we were told we had to lock everything in before a certain date and it was right about 30 days out.

    Did you demo the Makai with any lead or load?


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