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 Post subject: Re: Can’t get t23 wakeboard wake steep. Have lots of ballast
PostPosted: Thu Jul 05, 2018 11:30 am 
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you forgot to list the depth of water and consistency of bottom (the real factors)
it kinda like if you want to go faster in a car you get a bigger motor..but at a certain point aerodynamics comes into play


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 Post subject: Re: Can’t get t23 wakeboard wake steep. Have lots of ballast
PostPosted: Sun Jul 08, 2018 10:07 pm 
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buffaxis wrote:
AJWest wrote:
Funny how the last 2 replies automatically assume the question is about the surf wave but the question is about the steepness of the WAKEBOARD wake. I never had a steepness issue with any of my Axis boats by 60/40 to 50/50 rear to front weight distro then I drop the wedge at 21.6mph to 22mph depending on how I feel that day. Axis boats need that extra bow weight to firm up the wake that gives it more pop. Also, have someone see where you are riding in relation to the wake. Wake might be a little steeper 5-10ft behind you. I wouldn't add rope length just to find steepness because I ride short line at 60-65ft plus handle but maybe you would.



Gee sorry i mis read and you thought it was funny. i still said ad weight up front its the same wave just faster without surfgate. I look next time for WAKEBOARD WAKE. My question would be why do you feel entitled to make dumb comments about others trying to help. Glad your such a pro.


Well 15 years ago (probably before you owned a wakeboat) everyone was wakeboarding so a wake suggestion/question would've been about that. Now that it's 80%-90% surf most are suggesting surf set ups. So yes...I find it funny because of you assuming. Would you like me to edit my post and delete the word "funny" so you don't feel offended? I don't know what kind of "pro" you are giving me credit for but I can read.

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 Post subject: Re: Can’t get t23 wakeboard wake steep. Have lots of ballast
PostPosted: Fri Jul 13, 2018 7:43 pm 
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AJWest wrote:
buffaxis wrote:
AJWest wrote:
Funny how the last 2 replies automatically assume the question is about the surf wave but the question is about the steepness of the WAKEBOARD wake. I never had a steepness issue with any of my Axis boats by 60/40 to 50/50 rear to front weight distro then I drop the wedge at 21.6mph to 22mph depending on how I feel that day. Axis boats need that extra bow weight to firm up the wake that gives it more pop. Also, have someone see where you are riding in relation to the wake. Wake might be a little steeper 5-10ft behind you. I wouldn't add rope length just to find steepness because I ride short line at 60-65ft plus handle but maybe you would.



Gee sorry i mis read and you thought it was funny. i still said ad weight up front its the same wave just faster without surfgate. I look next time for WAKEBOARD WAKE. My question would be why do you feel entitled to make dumb comments about others trying to help. Glad your such a pro.


Well 15 years ago (probably before you owned a wakeboat) everyone was wakeboarding so a wake suggestion/question would've been about that. Now that it's 80%-90% surf most are suggesting surf set ups. So yes...I find it funny because of you assuming. Would you like me to edit my post and delete the word "funny" so you don't feel offended? I don't know what kind of "pro" you are giving me credit for but I can read.


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 Post subject: Re: Can’t get t23 wakeboard wake steep. Have lots of ballast
PostPosted: Fri Jul 13, 2018 8:19 pm 
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AJ's info is spot on. 50/50 or 40/60 rear is the best for wakeboarding.


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