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  1. #21
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mondo Ken View Post
    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. I’m 6’4” 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 5’4” Brigade Surf Couch.

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

    Me:



    Cousin:



    Wave:

    If you wouldn't mind, would you walk me thru your setup of Autowake to achieve that pitch and roll?
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  2. #22
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stazi View Post
    No wonder. That board is massive.


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    We are big guys.... we need a big board.

    My 2 sons, 17 & 20 use a 4'5" LF Happy Pill and are able to do 360's without any hesitation.
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  3. #23
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    I believe within the settings you are able to reset the pitch & roll back to the factory settings. Once you have done this, I do the following steps:

    1) Turn AMP up to 100%
    2) Fill all ballast to 100%
    3) Move switch to regular or goofy
    4) Set cruise to speed (I'm 10.
    5) Turn on Autowake
    6) Should let you know if 'Static Autowake is Achieved'

    Within your first run, Autowake will count down, then it will adjust ballast (if necessary) to achieve the set pitch and roll.

    Ahead of time I will position the majority (not all) of my passengers on the surf side. Depending on your crew, it might say on the screen to "move weight to port (or starboard or bow)'. If this happens I ask one person (heavier) to shift to that side of the boat which then usually works.

    I hope this helps.
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  4. #24
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    It does.. thank you!
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  5. #25
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    Aug 2019
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    Nashua, NH
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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?
    I just bought a Craz and am considering upgrading my bags. I believe mine are 900# and it sounds like from other posts would fit your set up. Maybe we could work something out. Other members feel free to chime in if I'm wrong here.
    PM me if you are interested.
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  6. #26
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    Any idea on the dimensions of the bags from a Craz?

    Wakemakers - the 1140s are 45 long x 25 high x 25 wide

    In the mondo, the 25 wide puts a lot of stress on the side panels(I put 2 sets of engine panel savers per side!)

    Wakemakers makes a 910 lbs bag that is 45 long x 25 high x 20 wide...that is the one that I would get in the future!

    To make the 25" high work, you need to take the carpet dividers off behind the back seat

    Hope this helps all!
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    2017 Mondo - SOLD

  7. #27
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    Quote Originally Posted by jcredible View Post
    Any idea on the dimensions of the bags from a Craz?

    Wakemakers - the 1140s are 45 long x 25 high x 25 wide

    In the mondo, the 25 wide puts a lot of stress on the side panels(I put 2 sets of engine panel savers per side!)

    Wakemakers makes a 910 lbs bag that is 45 long x 25 high x 20 wide...that is the one that I would get in the future!

    To make the 25" high work, you need to take the carpet dividers off behind the back seat

    Hope this helps all!
    I do not, but there are some people on here who know a heck of a lot more about this stuff than me.
    '19 Moomba Craz

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  8. #28
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    Stock, in 2017, mine were 650ís. I sold them and upgraded to 1100ís. They donít fill up 100% because of the panel behind the back seat, but I may just go take a look and see if those are indeed removable!


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  9. #29
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    Wisconsin
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    just keep in mind you will need to replace all your hoses and fittings. Wakemakers is 1" and FatSac that came with my boat stock are 3/4"
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  10. #30
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    Quote Originally Posted by ktenan12 View Post
    I just bought a Craz and am considering upgrading my bags. I believe mine are 900# and it sounds like from other posts would fit your set up. Maybe we could work something out. Other members feel free to chime in if I'm wrong here.
    PM me if you are interested.
    Those bags would be a great option for the OP's Mondo.
    2019 Supra SL450

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