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  • Looking for a new wakesurf board

    I'd like to upgrade from my Ronix Stage wakesurf board. I think these have advanced a lot in the 2 years since I bought that board. It seems like there are some good brands out there (Walker Project, Inland Surfer), but I'm hesitant to drop $600+ on bying something online without ever seeing one of these in person. I'd like to talk to somone who is unbiased and has a lot of knowledge on these things. I'm located in Wisconsin, using an X2 with FlyHi Ballast, and about 220lbs. I also want to make sure the board fits in my wakeboard racks (if possible) Any ideas?
    2006 X-2, MCX, Blue and White

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    How much do you weigh? That will be the most inportant info to have when looking for a board.

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    • #3
      Just got a Inland Surfer Blue Lake today. I will be out on it on Sunday and reply back here after I am done! I am currently riding a CWB Razor. I know that this board will a big upgrade from that one.

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      • #4
        I have the Inland Surfer Red Woody. I have an 06 X1 and it fits in the standard swivel board racks. I can surf without the rope with 1 other person in the boat and 750lbs in port locker, 350lbs in center ballast. It is a great board for cruising. Haven't tried any tricks yet, it's probably too big for 360's and such.

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        • #5
          Does anyone know anything about The Walker Project F-18? I have a lead on one at a good price?
          2006 X-2, MCX, Blue and White

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          • #6
            I've heard great things about the WP boards. Hey, if you don't by that one at a "good price" then could you refer me to the seller? I'm interested in buying one too!

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            • #7
              Originally posted by mccobmd View Post
              I have the Inland Surfer Red Woody. I have an 06 X1 and it fits in the standard swivel board racks. I can surf without the rope with 1 other person in the boat and 750lbs in port locker, 350lbs in center ballast. It is a great board for cruising. Haven't tried any tricks yet, it's probably too big for 360's and such.
              au contraire mon fraire: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SxX-x46g7L0
              Never Mind The Bollocks, Here's The X-Star

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              • #8
                drylandfish hooked us up with a RONIX cortez. it rides nice!! I am still trying to dial in the wake on the new boat!! be glad when i get it the way we want it!
                Billy "Shamrock IV" Burgess Jr.

                Resident TeamTalk Jacka$$
                2002 black X30
                1973 s&s project
                Look for me on CHL!! I am in the black X30 with the stars and stripes flying off the tower!!!

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by ShamrockIV View Post
                  drylandfish hooked us up with a RONIX cortez. it rides nice!! I am still trying to dial in the wake on the new boat!! be glad when i get it the way we want it!
                  When are we going to see some pics of the X-30?

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by deminimis View Post
                    I stand corrected. With enough talent and a properly loaded Enzo 240 you can do those things. I is probably more accurate at the problem is the wake size and sweet spot length on my X1 compared to that. PS I love the Red Woody

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