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  1. #61
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    Quote Originally Posted by dakota4ce View Post
    Difference being: tabs have no upper weight limit. Suck gates seem to.


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    Possibly. I didn't experience that.
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  2. #62
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    As promised. For reference, goofy wave is a 4'8" 8 year old. Regular wave is a 6' teen.

    Running 400# lead. Wakemakers bags. 800# floor sac. Goofy plates at 55 port and 10 wake plate. Regular is 40 starboard and 10 wake plate. And 10.8mph.

    Thanks again "Dakota4ce" for all your help.

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    2013 LSV (sold)
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  3. #63
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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Robo_Fighter View Post
    As promised. For reference, goofy wave is a 4'8" 8 year old. Regular wave is a 6' teen.

    Running 400# lead. Wakemakers bags. 800# floor sac. Goofy plates at 55 port and 10 wake plate. Regular is 40 starboard and 10 wake plate. And 10.8mph.

    Thanks again "Dakota4ce" for all your help.

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    That looks tasty! Love it.


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    Very nice wave. What are the autowake numbers with that set up?
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  5. #65
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    Quote Originally Posted by mattyg06 View Post
    Very nice wave. What are the autowake numbers with that set up?
    Sorry for the glare. Snapped these yesterday. Please dont takes a gospel, I dont think my sensors are calibrated well.

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  6. #66
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    I would say you need a calibration possibly.

    Personally targets for pitch and roll:
    9 high both sides
    -3 to -4 roll regular
    5 roll goofy

    Clean every time. Try to use weight and not loads of tab to get these numbers.




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  7. #67

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    Tried the suckgate and it sucked.

    Added 2000# on tap of factory ballast, all behind driver and it was amazing.

    Interestingly with that much weight it didn't really matter where your tabs were set, the wave was good through out the entire range, just different characteristics from a huge skim shape to more of a barrel shape.

    We set the tabs (centerutside) 0:100, 0:90, 0:80.... all the way down to about 0:30 to figure out which wave I liked best. We then did the same thing with the center tabs and went from 0:30, 10:30, 20:30, 30:30 to figure out the 'sweet spot'.

    I used autowake to get pitch/roll right while going through the above process.
    '05 XLV with '11 hull

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    What was ideal setting for you? I have also additional 2000#.


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    As of now I am a fan of the 30:30 wave with autowake factory settings, but I have only spent 2 weekends with the boat. Autowake kept front tank at 92%, surf side 100%, and offside 90%.
    '05 XLV with '11 hull

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    Quote Originally Posted by mattyg06 View Post
    As of now I am a fan of the 30:30 wave with autowake factory settings, but I have only spent 2 weekends with the boat. Autowake kept front tank at 92%, surf side 100%, and offside 90%.
    Where did you guys put the lead bags? Iíve got 1000# of lead wake and my wakemakers upgraded sac come this week. Iím trying to figure out where I should put the lead wake bags. Iím guessing 200-400#s in the bow the rest midship?

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