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  1. #11

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    i run the 1140s from Wakemakers...I would recommend the 910s though as they won't put as much stress on your engine panels. Here is what I would do if I were to do it again on my 2017:

    1) 910 Wakemaker Bags
    2) 500 lbs of Leadwake that I run under the surf side seats.(Sometimes I will move 150 lbs to the nose if we want longer skim style board)
    3) I took and old 650 lbs bag and run it on the floor infront of the rear seats with a Tsunami Juiced Pump(This is not necessary...but it makes a wave have more push and height with only 2 people in the boat)
    4) I list it pretty heavy on goofy wave by running the non goofy rear tank at ~60% full.(Speed 11.1-11.2)

    5) On regular side surf I basically run equal weight in the rear bags and just move lead over to surf side.(Typically run 10.9 on regular)
    6) I typically run trim tab at 25% and try to move weight up front vs. jacking it up for a longer wave.

    Without the 650 lbs bag...everybody has to be seated in the right spots on the boat...when I fill that bag...people get less annoyed with me ordering them around on exactly where they need to sit.
    2017 Mondo

  2. #12
    Join Date
    May 2013
    Location
    Gainesville, GA
    Posts
    100

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    I'm not sure there is 1 perfect board. Do you have a local board shop? Find one that demos boards and ride a few. Have them look at your physical size, style, and skill. They'll match you with a board that's rides right for you. In North Georgia, Pull Watersports is my shop.


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    2019 Makai
    2013 LSV (sold)
    1997 Bayliner 1850 (sold)

  3. #13
    Join Date
    Oct 2016
    Location
    Wisconsin
    Posts
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    I don't have anyone locally. Just heard doomswell is top notch and started with a good board.

    I am looking at the 910's does anyone know if i will need new connectors as well or will they fit what i have?
    2019 Mondo

  4. #14
    Join Date
    May 2013
    Location
    Gainesville, GA
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    Quote Originally Posted by jason1973 View Post
    I don't have anyone locally. Just heard doomswell is top notch and started with a good board.

    I am looking at the 910's does anyone know if i will need new connectors as well or will they fit what i have?
    Where are you located? May e someone here has a suggestion...

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    -Blaine

    2019 Makai
    2013 LSV (sold)
    1997 Bayliner 1850 (sold)

  5. #15

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    Quote Originally Posted by jason1973 View Post
    I don't have anyone locally. Just heard doomswell is top notch and started with a good board.

    I am looking at the 910's does anyone know if i will need new connectors as well or will they fit what i have?
    If you buy the Wakemakers kit...they come with all the Moomba specific fittings and replacement hoses. If you are unsure...message the WM team...they are awesome!
    2017 Mondo

  6. #16
    Join Date
    May 2014
    Location
    Palm Desert, CA
    Posts
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    Quote Originally Posted by jason1973 View Post
    I don't have anyone locally. Just heard doomswell is top notch and started with a good board.

    I am looking at the 910's does anyone know if i will need new connectors as well or will they fit what i have?
    Give WM a call they will answer all your questions


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    2015 Mondo

    Upgraded 900lb Rears, 250lb under Port Seat & 750lb IBS

    2079 Prop

    Auto Flow 2.0

    Kicker Stereo: 2 800.5 amps, 2 400.2 amps, 4 KM8 towers , 4 KM10 subs & 8 KM6 cabin speakers

  7. #17
    Join Date
    May 2013
    Location
    Gainesville, GA
    Posts
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    The crew at wakemakers are top notch. But it's no substitute for riding different boards. Can you spend a weekend somewhere near a good shop?

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    -Blaine

    2019 Makai
    2013 LSV (sold)
    1997 Bayliner 1850 (sold)

  8. #18
    Join Date
    Feb 2017
    Location
    Ontario
    Posts
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    I have always been successful using Autowake right from day one with my Mondo.... you might want to give it a try.

    All ballast is stock:
    650 rears
    500 mid
    500 bow

    I turn on Autowake with the factory settings (could be backwards):
    Regular - 9 pitch & 5 roll
    Goofy - 9 pitch & -3 roll
    Center plate - 25%
    Speed 10.8

    My cousin and I started surfing this past July and both of us have gone rope less from our second run. Im 64 245 (regular rider) and my cousin is 6 215 (goofy rider). Tons of push and we can move front to back within the wave without any problems.

    I have a 54 Brigade Surf Couch.

    These pics were taken with 2 adults and 3 teenagers in the boat.

    Me:



    Cousin:



    Wave:

    2017 Moomba Mondo
    2000 Moomba Kamberra > Traded

  9. #19
    Join Date
    Aug 2011
    Location
    Commerce Lake, MI
    Posts
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    No wonder. That board is massive.


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    2017 Moomba Craz

  10. #20
    Join Date
    Oct 2016
    Location
    Wisconsin
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    i do know the board has something to do with it. I have a Ronix power tail, 4'8" Neo. The power tail gets me closer than the neo to be honest which was surprising. I don't have any shops near me but plan to work with my dealer to see if they demo boards.
    2019 Mondo

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