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  1. #191
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    There's just no way it costs them more than a few hundred more than the a3.
    I mean everything has a markup but 4k to change from one tower to another when it has no real features other than it folds lower is bananas.
    I guess the people that need it really need it and will pay for it

    Whether the rear ballast is "subfloor" or not is really just semantics. My SA is subfloor but it's still bags. Only difference with the Mojo is it doesn't have the little piece of fiberglass covering the bag.
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    With that new port observerís sear layout - where are the batteries set up?
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  3. #193
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    I’d like to see what this sub floor ballast looks like and how much actual space is reserved for storage. Bags vs hard tanks. How do we add more ballast. Is it plumbed for plug and play. 4000 is great but 5000 would be better.
    2018 Moomba MOJO
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  4. #194
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    Quote Originally Posted by rhouse181 View Post

    I like the go home auto level feature. Wonder if 2020s can be re-flashed?
    Pretty sure it can be.....

    Quote Originally Posted by BigOrange View Post
    With that new port observer’s sear layout - where are the batteries set up?
    Under the center "storage tray" next to the trash can.


    As for the tower not saying it is worth the extra 4K...... it does have side tow points for surfing that the A3 doesn't have, it also has lights on the outside that I know the A3 doesn't have as well as lights underneath which I don't think the A3 has but i am not 100% sure on that. It definitely looks better IMO
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    Not sure if this was added here yet but the video is live.....

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0W3aaA5o7G8
    2019 Makai - Raptor 450

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    Quote Originally Posted by jnr4817 View Post
    I’d like to see what this sub floor ballast looks like and how much actual space is reserved for storage. Bags vs hard tanks. How do we add more ballast. Is it plumbed for plug and play. 4000 is great but 5000 would be better.
    Someone can correct me if I'm wrong but I don't think any Moomba/Supra have hard tanks? It's all bags is it not?

    The MurderMax thread can get you started with plumbing/adding additional bags under port/starboard seats. I get the sense that's what most people are doing first when they want more ballast. After that, I think you go with #500 of lead to ensure your ballast amplitude is as close to 100% as possible, (someone correct me if this is wrong). By doing those two things, I think you get pretty close to your max allowed extra weight (e.g. #2500 for Mojo).

    So you'd be at #4000 standard ballast + 1000-1500 additional depending on how big of bags you put under the seats + #450 (73 gallons of fuel) + #500 lead = #2000-2500. (Still need to account for people on board as well.)
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  7. #197
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    That's correct, all have bags. The supras just have a fiberglass floor over the bags in the back and the moombas don't
    2020 Supra SA

  8. #198
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    I see in the video that the rear compartment is carpeted. Do these get smelly/gross from condensation/moisture over time?

    The Mojo looks like it will be the top choice, just wish the nose was a little bit wider for aesthetics (less bird beak).
    2008 LSV. 1100 rear sacs and IBS. ACME prop is next
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  9. #199
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    My carpet doesn't stink. On the Max the bottom isn't carpeted so whatever water gets in there goes to the bilge via holes. I imagine the Mojo and other Moomba's are similar.
    Last edited by haknslash; 11-03-2020 at 02:39 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cody View Post
    I think they did a great job on this boat. Love the hinged seats, observer space, in floor storage and walk through. Boat looks pretty good. Bow is sub floor ballast but the rear still has bags but optional 'trays' that cover them.

    @Matt, what colors did you go with?
    Still using my final days to lock it in, but gunmetal, and some mixture of dark/light graphite.

    Where Iím really dragging my feet is the interior. Brown is a non starter with my wife, so no brown.


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