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Old 09-17-2018, 10:06 AM
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Its refreshing to read all this. I've had the worst surf wave with my 2013 X-Star and the Gen II surf system sucks, it just makes the wave mellow as f*ck. I am going to try one of these out ASAP!
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Old 09-27-2018, 07:28 PM
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Its refreshing to read all this. I've had the worst surf wave with my 2013 X-Star and the Gen II surf system sucks, it just makes the wave mellow as f*ck. I am going to try one of these out ASAP!
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Yeah, I have the gen 1 tabs and I donít even use them. Just the wave shaper and as much weight as I can get in the boat. I currently have 890 lbs of factory ballast and Iíve added 2 800 lb bags, 1 in the front walkway and 1 across the rear floor In Front of the rear seat and Iím getting a very surfable wave with just 3 to 4 people on board and the mission shaper. I just purchased the add on rear ballast bags but thatís a winter project




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Old 06-08-2019, 11:44 AM
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Yeah, I have the gen 1 tabs and I donít even use them. Just the wave shaper and as much weight as I can get in the boat. I currently have 890 lbs of factory ballast and Iíve added 2 800 lb bags, 1 in the front walkway and 1 across the rear floor In Front of the rear seat and Iím getting a very surfable wave with just 3 to 4 people on board and the mission shaper. I just purchased the add on rear ballast bags but thatís a winter project




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Where do you find the best wave with your mission. Which position
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Where do you find the best wave with your mission. Which position
Go and reread this thread and your questions will be answered
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Old 06-11-2019, 09:58 AM
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Old 06-11-2019, 11:48 AM
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Same exact location as Mindbender with factory full, two 750s as full as possible in rear lockers, two 260lbs bags of water under bow seats, 200lbs of steel in bow, 200lbs of steel midships and 2 adults and one kid speed at 11.4. Port side is better still.
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Old 06-12-2019, 07:58 AM
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On my 08 X30 I had my Mission placed where Coloradodude has his - worked best there on my boat but eventually gave up and installed GSA - much better wave, no listing, full ballast, etc. Then again, it wasn't nearly as cheap as the Mission!
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Old 06-18-2019, 11:23 AM
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Same exact location as Mindbender with factory full, two 750s as full as possible in rear lockers, two 260lbs bags of water under bow seats, 200lbs of steel in bow, 200lbs of steel midships and 2 adults and one kid speed at 11.4. Port side is better still.


Bet that thing surfs great with all that weight! My lake wonít allow aftermarket ballasts or steel. Too many non surfers *****ing about waves causing damage.


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Old 06-18-2019, 12:30 PM
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Bet that thing surfs great with all that weight! My lake wonít allow aftermarket ballasts or steel. Too many non surfers *****ing about waves causing damage.


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That sucks because mo weight = mo better. Our lake isn't huge but it is a decent size and is pretty quiet so lots of room for all (and yet tubers always seem to find me). But also there are no silly rules, which is good because I'm not really a huge fan of rules.
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Old 06-18-2019, 09:42 PM
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That sucks because mo weight = mo better. Our lake isn't huge but it is a decent size and is pretty quiet so lots of room for all (and yet tubers always seem to find me). But also there are no silly rules, which is good because I'm not really a huge fan of rules.


Agree. Private lake communities can be cool or be a *****! Too many oldies in my community


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