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  1. #731
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigs28 View Post
    Really not encouraging since my wife and 5 year old will be the only ones in the boat most of the time. The boat should surf stock with empty crew and only get better with weight. Not gonna like it if i HAVE to spend more money on lead to have a rideable surf wave.
    I am a new rider, and I am sure if I had some more skill it would be rideable, but you are going to want more weight, esp after you see how it is with an extra 1k pounds. How much weight is up to you. From reading the pdf that was attached, I should have stayed near the stock settings. Go out and give it a try before ordering any. I am wondering if us changing settings too much to get to the 9 pitch and -2 roll were messing it up more than helping.

    I know our sales guy (alot more skill than my wife and I) said that he thought the wave was useable with just stock ballast and 4 people in the boat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Josh828 View Post
    Trust me itís not because with a crew of 12-14 you donít get to surf yourself. Much less get everyone to stay still long enough to set up a wave.
    Then if I do buy 1000+ lbs of lead I feel like Iíll sink the boat if I load to many people on it..
    Ainít no way a gaggle of 14 is coming on my boat.
    6 people.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigs28 View Post
    Really not encouraging since my wife and 5 year old will be the only ones in the boat most of the time. The boat should surf stock with empty crew and only get better with weight. Not gonna like it if i HAVE to spend more money on lead to have a rideable surf wave.
    Quote Originally Posted by sleek98 View Post
    I know our sales guy (alot more skill than my wife and I) said that he thought the wave was useable with just stock ballast and 4 people in the boat.
    Especially true if you are riding regular (port side). In my experience, there is a HUGE difference between just driver + child and then driver + 2x adult passengers. Way more of a difference than going from 2 passengers to 4 passengers. I'd guess you have to overcome 2x the driver's weight when surfing regular to get enough push to feel stable. Easier for goofy riders who get the driver's weight.
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  4. #734
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    Ok... How many people want to go surf with Josh828 now!

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    Yeah,

    I definitely have to do this... thinking my inclinometer isn't right..
    It's going to suck pulling all the lead out of it just to reset it and then have to put it all back In afterward... but whatever it takes.. something isn't right. They should have done this during the lake test.. but who knows maybe not.. skiers choice rep said you can leave the lead in midship lockers while calibrating, but I'm gonna do it by the book (video) just to be sure.

    My buddies new 21 SA had similar issues.. it was calibrated during the lake test, but after the first time surfing it definitely wasn't right... the dealership came out surfing and adjusted the Inclinometer, pitch roll offsets, surf plate offsets, cycled/calibrated ballast sensors and all was good after that... makes an absolutely Insane wave now.

    I'm either going to have them come out or just have them look at it at the 20 hour service. Might just use manual old school settings until then.

    Frustrated, for sure.. but hoping it gets sorted out.


    Quote Originally Posted by sleek98 View Post
    Dank have you checked your pitch and roll with nothing in the boat? I had to reset mine to zero, they were showing -.9 and -3.x when sitting in the water with no lead/people. After resetting mine it helped a bunch.
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  6. #736
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    I had similar issues with my inclinometer which I also figure out after I had my boat loaded with lead. I parked my boat and trailer on a level parking area, disconnected the trailer from the truck, and used a level (in the middle of the floor next to the driver's seat) to verify the boat was level front to back and side to side. Then I calibrated the inclinometer. Worked pretty well and I didn't have to unpack and re-pack a 1000+ lbs of lead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dank View Post
    Yeah,

    I definitely have to do this... thinking my inclinometer isn't right..
    It's going to suck pulling all the lead out of it just to reset it and then have to put it all back In afterward... but whatever it takes.. something isn't right. They should have done this during the lake test.. but who knows maybe not.. skiers choice rep said you can leave the lead in midship lockers while calibrating, but I'm gonna do it by the book (video)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dank View Post
    Yeah,

    I definitely have to do this... thinking my inclinometer isn't right..
    It's going to suck pulling all the lead out of it just to reset it and then have to put it all back In afterward... but whatever it takes.. something isn't right. They should have done this during the lake test.. but who knows maybe not.. skiers choice rep said you can leave the lead in midship lockers while calibrating, but I'm gonna do it by the book (video) just to be sure.

    My buddies new 21 SA had similar issues.. it was calibrated during the lake test, but after the first time surfing it definitely wasn't right... the dealership came out surfing and adjusted the Inclinometer, pitch roll offsets, surf plate offsets, cycled/calibrated ballast sensors and all was good after that... makes an absolutely Insane wave now.

    I'm either going to have them come out or just have them look at it at the 20 hour service. Might just use manual old school settings until then.

    Frustrated, for sure.. but hoping it gets sorted out.

    My thoughts are that you should recal as used.

    As used (everything in its normal place) would have the better integration with the gimble and provide true pitch and roll as we have equipment that is resident on the boat. People and their cargo get adjusted for by the system.

    If you unload or re-apportion any distributed weight it will effect your baseline when you put it back to where it ďnormallyĒ resides. The mean of fuel weight would be half full. I would argue that the primary driver should also be sitting in the drivers seat. I have certain objects on the starboard side to offset driver weight. This is the boatís at use distribution.

    The reason you would not fill ballast during the recal is that the ballast is what is being distributed to accomplish pitch and roll values, and because the baseline is used by all modes (I.e. surf 1 & 2, wake, return to dock, etc. ), not all modes use ballast at or near the median of the capacity.

    I know SCís videos on recal say empty, but I think there may be oversight in laden, in-use, weight and distribution characteristics that may not be being realized by a system calibrated to unladen weight and no distribution.


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    current mojo has 100 beam
    its all about https://amzdealz.net/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Faheem416 View Post
    current mojo has 100 beam
    Its 102.

    Get off our site with your spam.....
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