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V-man
10-02-2012, 02:21 AM
The new X30 at Lake Havasu camp. More pics and setup to follow.

V-man
10-02-2012, 02:38 AM
A couple of snobby wake pics. Angie is 5 foot 4.

V-man
10-02-2012, 02:49 AM
Some action shots. Setup to follow.

Double
10-02-2012, 09:00 AM
Beautiful boat, that wake looks familiar;)

sand2snow22
10-02-2012, 10:59 AM
You like better than your 45?

aquaman
10-02-2012, 11:59 AM
great pics......thnx for sharing.

Specter
10-02-2012, 12:52 PM
Very nice! It appears that I have your twin in red.

How did you weight the boat to get that wave? I'm running a 900lb sac in the port locker and it's more than enough.

http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8437/7841725378_59967e2eb4_b.jpg

cbryan70
10-02-2012, 12:58 PM
A couple of snobby wake pics. Angie is 5 foot 4.

Pics of Angie in swimsuit thread please :D

TheWoons
10-02-2012, 01:05 PM
Very nice! It appears that I have your twin in red.

How did you weight the boat to get that wave? I'm running a 900lb sac in the port locker and it's more than enough.



It takes over 3000lbs of ballast to make that wave :)

Double
10-02-2012, 02:04 PM
what's the configuration and weight of the bags?

V-man
10-02-2012, 06:13 PM
Sand. I will always have a soft spot in my heart for the 45. The new 30's have a phenomenal surf wake. Would not have switched if it wasn't equal or better than the 45.

cbryan. Check out my youtube channel 'wakesurfaz' plenty of bikini surfing ;)

Spector. Love the red twin. Right now we are running a 750 in locker, 750 under bench, and 400 in lead in the space between the two. We will put a 400 on the bench with only 3 or less surfers. I have noticed that the 30 likes all the weight in the back. Thanks for the tip on the 900 sac. I want to experiment with moving more weight aft and using less overall. Would be nice to have to fill only one, maybe 2 sacs.

We have had the boat for a week now and have logged over 20 hours of surfing. My overall impression is that the 30 may well be one of the best surf platforms in the industry. Of course, I am partial to the MC product because of the great last 5 years with the 45. However, Angie and I have surfed behind many of the other manufacturers and we are always thankful when we get home and get behind our MC:)

sand2snow22
10-02-2012, 06:43 PM
However, Angie and I have surfed behind many of the other manufacturers and we are always thankful when we get home and get behind our MC:)

Wow! Bold statement. I know you guys get out a bunch and have way better weather than up here, but good to hear if you like the MC waves better than say a Centurion :D

Specter
10-02-2012, 08:18 PM
Spector. Love the red twin. Right now we are running a 750 in locker, 750 under bench, and 400 in lead in the space between the two. We will put a 400 on the bench with only 3 or less surfers. I have noticed that the 30 likes all the weight in the back. Thanks for the tip on the 900 sac. I want to experiment with moving more weight aft and using less overall. Would be nice to have to fill only one, maybe 2 sacs.

The best setup I've tried in my 30 is 900 in the port locker and 400 on the port (coffin) seat. The shape and push of the wave was incredible.

V-man
10-02-2012, 08:19 PM
sand. Suffice it to say, we have surfed behind some well weighted Centurions and some not so well weighted ones. I'll stand behind my statement on the 30.

tmacx2
10-02-2012, 08:23 PM
Vman, how much stock ballast does the 30 have?

V-man
10-02-2012, 08:28 PM
Specter. Ah yes...the shape and the push....brings a smile to my face as I type and think of that wave. Thanks for that input. I was thinking of using the lead verses the 400. Then I can move them to the goofy side if we ever need to. Are you using the SUMO 900? Can you post some pics of your wave with surfers.

V-man
10-02-2012, 08:34 PM
tmac. Good question. Do you know Specter?

sand2snow22
10-02-2012, 08:46 PM
sand. Suffice it to say, we have surfed behind some well weighted Centurions and some not so well weighted ones. I'll stand behind my statement on the 30.

Good to know. I am happy to hear. I hear a lot that you have to have a lot of dead rise to create a great wave, i.e. Centurion, Tige, MB, etc. 30 hull is on the flatter side like a LSV near the transom. Your wave looks killer. MC should use it in their marketing! I will be down in the winter, plan on 190# of ballast when I'm not riding :D

V-man
10-02-2012, 08:51 PM
sand. The best ballast is 'buddy ballast'. Give us a shout when you need to thaw.

Trout
10-02-2012, 09:50 PM
I just ordered a 2013 X-30 with dealer installed 750's in,each rear locker!

Where can you buy lead at?

Thx

TheWoons
10-02-2012, 09:52 PM
I can get you the 50lbs pop bags. Just let me know how many you need. They come from Bomb Wake.

TheWoons
10-02-2012, 11:56 PM
The best setup I've tried in my 30 is 900 in the port locker and 400 on the port (coffin) seat. The shape and push of the wave was incredible.

We tried that in the 30. The wake didn't really take shape and get really good until there was 3000lbs in it. A really good surf wake is all relative though. 1300lbs might seem great if you've never been in one with 3000lbs :)

Specter
10-03-2012, 06:09 AM
Specter. Ah yes...the shape and the push....brings a smile to my face as I type and think of that wave. Thanks for that input. I was thinking of using the lead verses the 400. Then I can move them to the goofy side if we ever need to. Are you using the SUMO 900? Can you post some pics of your wave with surfers.

Yes, I'm using the Sumo 900. I don't think I have any great photos of the 900 setup but I did take this video (http://youtu.be/39gcmfyIPHo). I was driving (170lbs) and my buddy (180lbs) was sitting on the port side. We normally surf with 3-4 people in the boat so it wasn't as clean as normal when we shot this. Around the 7 second mark it starts to come in just right. Sorry for the grainy quality.

Specter
10-03-2012, 06:11 AM
We tried that in the 30. The wake didn't really take shape and get really good until there was 3000lbs in it. A really good surf wake is all relative though. 1300lbs might seem great if you've never been in one with 3000lbs :)

Very true. Are you saying you used 3,000lbs on top of factory ballast or does that total include factory tanks?

With factory tanks and people included I would say the most weight we've used before is close to 2,500lbs.

TheWoons
10-03-2012, 11:53 AM
Very true. Are you saying you used 3,000lbs on top of factory ballast or does that total include factory tanks?

With factory tanks and people included I would say the most weight we've used before is close to 2,500lbs.

3000lbs with factory ballast included and it's been up to 3300lbs and that's not including people. At one point there was about 3000lbs of ballast plus 800lbs+ in people weight. We know though that it's really good with just the ballast and not much added people weight.

V-man
10-03-2012, 12:02 PM
Specter. I think maybe we could help each other. I like the idea of the 900 in the locker. I'd like to see what you could get by filling a 750 under the bench seat. Fill port and starboard factory, leave factory bow empty. Make sure all tabs are in the full up position. If you have GPS cruise, set it at about 11.5. If you have paddle wheel use a GPS device to calibrate the PP. The extra speed should clean up your wake. Put 2 people on rear facing set and others on port side. Let me know how that works for you.

Specter
10-03-2012, 02:34 PM
Specter. I think maybe we could help each other. I like the idea of the 900 in the locker. I'd like to see what you could get by filling a 750 under the bench seat. Fill port and starboard factory, leave factory bow empty. Make sure all tabs are in the full up position. If you have GPS cruise, set it at about 11.5. If you have paddle wheel use a GPS device to calibrate the PP. The extra speed should clean up your wake. Put 2 people on rear facing set and others on port side. Let me know how that works for you.

I'll take all the help I can get. I'm curious why you recommend no KGB (bow) ballast.

V-man
10-03-2012, 07:11 PM
I'll take all the help I can get. I'm curious why you recommend no KGB (bow) ballast.

Didn't think it really helped the surf wake. I feel like the 30 just needs all the weight in the back. You can use the center tab to shallow out the wake and still get a nice long pocket. We are used to surfing a tall, steep wake....and we wanted to emulate what we had on the 45. I want to experiment with moving as much weight back and see If we can get away with using less overall (less weight=less fuel burn). That's why I'm interested in your plan with the 900. However, you still have to get a descent amount of list to the boat, that's why I'm recommending a 750 under the bench. Maybe even a custom sac to fill the whole space.

teamcanada
10-04-2012, 04:58 PM
I just ordered a 30 too but did not know you could order 750's from factory. Can you give me some more information as I want to do the same.

GT500 MC
10-04-2012, 05:06 PM
I just ordered a 30 too but did not know you could order 750's from factory. Can you give me some more information as I want to do the same.

Are you selling yours? Is that an x14 your avatar?
Nevermind, just saw it's x14v.

V-man
10-04-2012, 05:51 PM
I just ordered a 30 too but did not know you could order 750's from factory. Can you give me some more information as I want to do the same.

The 750's that I am referring to are after market ballast bags made by a company called FLY HIGH. Some dealerships will stock them, I've gotten most of mine from wakemakers.com. You will also want to purchase a couple of tsunami pumps.

teamcanada
10-05-2012, 12:44 AM
That is what I was planning on doing. I just misread your post in thinking you got yours from mc. And yes I had an x14v but its at mms now on trade.

V-man
10-05-2012, 03:42 PM
It's kind of hard to describe what the term "push" means when referring to a surf wake. But, a picture is worth a thousand words....

The first picture is Angie at the back of the wake on our 45. I would consider this to be a descent amount of push at about 20 feet behind the boat. The top of the wake is just above her knee.

In the second picture she is in roughly the same spot behind the 30. Here the wake is cresting at mid thigh. Well done MC!

CantRepeat
10-05-2012, 04:07 PM
Looks very impressive!!

GT500 MC
10-05-2012, 05:44 PM
That second pic is awesome. Long trough and high.
Remind me never to get my boat close to somebody surfing in a new x30....:D

ntropy
10-07-2012, 10:02 AM
I have wave-envy. Very nice, Sir.

KahunaCraft
10-08-2012, 07:56 PM
Question, I just bought a new X30, should I bother with buying the surf tabs? Boat has the factory ballasts, attitude plate and I have 2 x400 fat sacs and 2 x 540 sacs to tinker with. I'm thinking better fuel mileage by using the tabs to adjust the surf wake and boat cruise planing. I'm also considering the 900's mentioned in this thread.

Brian B
10-10-2012, 02:07 AM
Question, I just bought a new X30, should I bother with buying the surf tabs? Boat has the factory ballasts, attitude plate and I have 2 x400 fat sacs and 2 x 540 sacs to tinker with. I'm thinking better fuel mileage by using the tabs to adjust the surf wake and boat cruise planing. I'm also considering the 900's mentioned in this thread.

Not on the 30. With the ballast dialed (as I understand) the non surf side tab will be completely dry in the down position.

Nick911
10-10-2012, 09:48 AM
Ryan you getting another X25 or going to the 30? Made mistake of showing my wife the 30 now she likes it more than the 25, so, may look at a 2013 X30 now as opposed X25. What do you think of the two?

V-man
10-10-2012, 02:29 PM
Kahuna. If you have already received the boat without surf tabs I would not bother having them installed. With 2300 to 2500 added ballast (sacs plus people) you will have a phenomenal surf wake without the surf tabs. If you are doing a new build, then I would consider adding the tabs for a few reasons: Looks good on a build sheet for resale purposes. May help on the goofy side surf setup. They should help the surf wake be "more adjustable" for smaller riders who do not want the extra size (all tabs down will lift the stern and should knock down the wake). They will help on rough/windy days to list the boat away from the wind chop to keep passengers dry during cruise.

Try this setup.

400 in locker. Stack the other 400 on top and fill as much as possible to still allow the locker to close.

540 under the bench.

540 on bench towards back corner.

All people ballast in back, on rear facing seat and surf side bench.

We usually surf at speeds of 11.4 to 11.8, center tab at 0 to 20 percent.

Let us know if this works and post some pics.

V-man
10-10-2012, 02:48 PM
Recommended rider profiles:

Smaller riders. Ballast 100,0,100 Trim 0,20,0 Speed 11.4

Larger riders. Ballast 100,0,100 Trim 0,0,0 Speed 11.7

Use about 2000 lbs in sacs and lead on surf side. Spread people ballast out on rear facing seat and back benches.

TheWoons
10-10-2012, 06:48 PM
Ryan you getting another X25 or going to the 30? Made mistake of showing my wife the 30 now she likes it more than the 25, so, may look at a 2013 X30 now as opposed X25. What do you think of the two?

Nick, I just posted my thoughts on the 25 and 30 in the general forum. I love both boats and it really depends on what the family will use it for. That being said, I am ordering a 2013 X30. We never wake board anymore and that's where the 25 really shines. The 25 surfs awesome too but the 30 is a bit better. If you have any other questions feel free to PM me.

KahunaCraft
10-10-2012, 07:45 PM
Thanks, that is helpful. Unfortunately the boat has been delivered/sea-trialed/winterized/stored. Agree on all your points on the tabs. another X30 owner up here has done almost exactly what ur prescribing. He puts one 400 up front, 750 in the locker, 400 under the seat, 400 on the seat(surf side) and fills all the hard tank ballast. Says the surf wave is equal or better to a similar weighted Enzo.

TheWoons
10-10-2012, 08:14 PM
Enzo's are not as steep, not as tall and not nearly as long. If you want an inferior surf wake go Centurion. I've been behind an Enzo and know lots of people that have as well. All feel the same way. I can get a loaded Enzo cheaper than my loaded MC but the fit/finish us below par and the wake isn't as good.

Jonb1822
10-10-2012, 08:15 PM
How much cheaper is the 30 than the 25 when comparing base?

TheWoons
10-10-2012, 08:25 PM
X25 is only $1400 more base price than an X30 for 2013. The gap was bigger in 2012.

Jonb1822
10-10-2012, 08:28 PM
X25 is only $1400 more base price than an X30 for 2013. The gap was bigger in 2012.

Thanks. Any luck selling your x25 yet?

TheWoons
10-10-2012, 08:43 PM
Thanks. Any luck selling your x25 yet?

A few close offers. I'm not in a rush because the next order slot to get a 30 and taking delivery won't be for a few months.

KahunaCraft
10-10-2012, 09:40 PM
Agree on fit and finish, not matched in the industry. As for the surf wake, the PM's and posts I've read all point to the X30 being one of the best in the industry, when properly weighted. Can't wait to stretch the limits of mine next spring.

Trout
10-24-2012, 08:53 AM
Guys my x30 is getting gelled in the next week and I have a question about the PnP ballast upgrade?

The dealer mentioned they had been having issues with the PnP system and they recommended a series of manual valves etc!

Was the issue with the old computer system or were there physical issues with the Factory PnP system than anyone knows about?

Thanks

CantRepeat
10-24-2012, 10:13 AM
Nick, I just posted my thoughts on the 25 and 30 in the general forum. I love both boats and it really depends on what the family will use it for. That being said, I am ordering a 2013 X30. We never wake board anymore and that's where the 25 really shines. The 25 surfs awesome too but the 30 is a bit better. If you have any other questions feel free to PM me.

I can't wait to see what you can do with the new 30 hull. It's going to be very interesting to see just how sweet of a wave you can make.

Kimper
10-24-2012, 09:28 PM
V-Man!

Great to meet you guys at Polar Bear event!
I am demoing an X-30 this weekend, what is is your exact current weight set-up? I need to see it dialed in!

Thanks!
Davis

Nick911
10-24-2012, 10:08 PM
Guys my x30 is getting gelled in the next week and I have a question about the PnP ballast upgrade?

The dealer mentioned they had been having issues with the PnP system and they recommended a series of manual valves etc!

Was the issue with the old computer system or were there physical issues with the Factory PnP system than anyone knows about?

Thanks

PnP is not an option for 2013.

Trout
10-25-2012, 10:05 AM
PnP is not an option for 2013.

Well now that simplifies that question!

Now I understand why the dealer was skimming around it.

Thanks

Nick911
10-25-2012, 10:36 AM
Well now that simplifies that question!

Now I understand why the dealer was skimming around it.

Thanks

The good news is that we are back to ballast timers for 2013. You can plumb sacs into overflows now for pretty much the cost of the bags and some plumbing.

V-man
10-25-2012, 10:04 PM
V-Man!

Great to meet you guys at Polar Bear event!
I am demoing an X-30 this weekend, what is is your exact current weight set-up? I need to see it dialed in!

Thanks!
Davis

Kimper. Likewise, we had a blast at the PB!

This is our exact setup for surfing port side: All stock tanks full, FH 750 port locker, FH 750 under port bench seat, 300 lbs lead (6 X 50 lb bomb wake bags in corner space between locker and bench), FH 400 on port bench seat (don't need this with 4 or more riders).

We have surf tabs, but do not deploy them while surfing. We use the center tab to knock down the wake a little if needed.

We surf at speeds between 11.2 to 11.8 using the GPS cruise.

Good luck with the demo. The surf wake will be as good, if not better, than any you rode behind at the Polar Bear.

TheWoons
10-25-2012, 11:59 PM
I spy..... my wife! Nice pic :)

Jonb1822
10-26-2012, 07:20 PM
V-Man, why not use the surf tabs?

V-man
10-27-2012, 06:51 AM
Jonb. While experimenting with different configurations, we found that the surf wake got better the more weight we put in the back. It seemed that the surf tabs became ineffective when we used them at our current setup. In fact, it appeared to me that the tabs had the opposite effect of taking the push out of the wake. In other words, lifting the back of the boat on either corner will deflate the wake slightly. We found that it was better to list the boat using ballast versus deploying the surf tab.

Jonb1822
10-27-2012, 08:52 AM
Thanks for the breakdown. That's an awesome wake.

Kimper
10-28-2012, 05:11 PM
Man! The X30 has a killer wave!

Did the demo yesterday with:

Hard tanks - KGB and port full
Bags - 750 port rear locker, 750 under port seat
Driver and 1 adult port side

Killer long great wave!

Tossed another 750 on the seat and I think it is the best wave I have ever ridden and I have now been behind every major brand boat surfing except Malibu!

I will be getting an X30!

Mike,
Is yours a 2012 or 2013? I have to start working on a price as the fun negotiations game begins. I recall the great deal you got but was not sure of your year?

Thanks so much for your input at Polar Bear and your weighting tips!

Davis

Nick911
10-28-2012, 07:28 PM
Man! The X30 has a killer wave!

Did the demo yesterday with:

Hard tanks - KGB and port full
Bags - 750 port rear locker, 750 under port seat
Driver and 1 adult port side

Killer long great wave!

Tossed another 750 on the seat and I think it is the best wave I have ever ridden and I have now been behind every major brand boat surfing except Malibu!

I will be getting an X30!

Mike,
Is yours a 2012 or 2013? I have to start working on a price as the fun negotiations game begins. I recall the great deal you got but was not sure of your year?

Thanks so much for your input at Polar Bear and your weighting tips!

Davis

Have you been behind the 25? Can you compare the 2?

Kimper
10-28-2012, 10:46 PM
I have not been behind an X25. In my boat shopping I basically went to all the major manufacturers and asked to demo their best surf boats. At least 2 different Mastercraft dealers claimed that the X30 was currently their best wave and that the X10 was the shorter more economical version soon to come.

Overall, in the surfing community Mastercraft has not been known to produce good surfing boats as demonstrated by my current 08 X2.

But I have to admit that at the moment the X30 is a pro level wake surf wave producer. And I am comparing this to Tige Z3, Centurion Enzo, Sanger, Supreme, G23 (well G23 was not properly weighted but I dont want to pay 140k so I let it go)

In the Mastercraft family I only have personal experience with the X2 and now the X30. V-man had an X45 and recently switched to the X30. He may have further knowledge of other boats in the MC line, but I think he will agree that the X30 is currently their very best surf option.

Nick911
10-28-2012, 11:23 PM
^^Thanks, my concern is that if I go to the 30 just for surfing I am sacrificing too much (wakeboard wake, smooth ride).

V-man
10-29-2012, 03:25 PM
Kimper. Glad to hear the demo went well. We have about 50 hours already on our 2013, and we could not be more pleased. It would appear that the price negotiation should go pretty good for you, especially since the dealer allowed you to throw an additional 2000+ pounds on the boat. Good luck, we will be looking forward to pictures of your new 30.

Nick. We surf with THE WOONS who own a 25. Ryan will be able to share some of his thoughts on how the two compare. I feel the 25 has a good surf wake, but the 30 has a better shape. The 30 surf wake is cleaner and has a ton of push at the back. That being said, I also think the 25 handles the rough water a little better than the 30. I have heard, and read that the 25 makes a world class wakeboard wake. I have also heard good things about the 30's wake. Bottom line, I don't think it's necessary you switch to the 30 just for surfing. But, if you are undecided or ready to upgrade, then I would definitely consider the 30.

TheWoons
10-29-2012, 10:13 PM
I posted my comparisons on the two in one of many threads on this forum talking about the 30 vs 25. Btw, who's the asian dude who does all his tricks with his eyes closed? :)

Nick911
10-30-2012, 09:22 AM
I posted my comparisons on the two in one of many threads on this forum talking about the 30 vs 25. Btw, who's the asian dude who does all his tricks with his eyes closed? :)

Lol....I can't decide! The 30's gel scheme doesn't do anything for me, and it sounds like now you can't do flake touching flake any new factory orders.

Jonb1822
10-30-2012, 01:20 PM
Lol....I can't decide! The 30's gel scheme doesn't do anything for me, and it sounds like now you can't do flake touching flake any new factory orders.

Sounds like you are like me. I've been bouncing back and forth on getting a new 25 or 30. It's been killin me. :) I think I'm going to go ahead and keep my '11 and see what they change for the 14s or maybe 15s. I'm curious if they will change the 25 in the upcoming years.

Nick911
10-30-2012, 02:02 PM
Oops that pic I added is my stock wake. I'm 5'11 that's a nice pile of water (disregard the poor landing form).
Point is I don't want to sacrifice wakeboard wake for slightly better surf wake.

Kimper
11-14-2012, 08:41 AM
Lol....I can't decide! The 30's gel scheme doesn't do anything for me, and it sounds like now you can't do flake touching flake any new factory orders.

I also really don't care for the Gel Scheme. If I wind up ordering from factory I plan on getting a solid color and designing a custom wrap. Currently I am waiting for the boat show incentives to come out hopefully in December.

Nick911
11-14-2012, 09:17 AM
I also really don't care for the Gel Scheme. If I wind up ordering from factory I plan on getting a solid color and designing a custom wrap. Currently I am waiting for the boat show incentives to come out hopefully in December.

At my dealer fall pricing is better than boat show pricing...guess they want to keep the lines moving into the winter. My build slot is December but I asked for a later one in January.

bhanson
08-01-2013, 01:32 PM
That wake looks awesome, but are you able to replicate on the dark side?

Scott
08-02-2013, 04:20 AM
ok guys, im new to the surfing deal and am trying to accomplish a really good wake, without so many bags and carrying lead with me. I have heard that weight in the front, makes the wake longer and weight in the back is for height of wake. Is this accurate or does it not apply to the 30? Just trying to figure it all out?:D

Kimper
08-06-2013, 10:27 PM
ok guys, im new to the surfing deal and am trying to accomplish a really good wake, without so many bags and carrying lead with me.

If you want a "really good" surf wave you simply have to put a lot of weight in the boat.
My 2013 X30:
750# rear locker
750# under port seat
400# under port front seat (under glove box area)
750# on top of port seat if driver only in boat.. with other passengers you can skip seat bags

I have heard that weight in the front, makes the wake longer and weight in the back is for height of wake. Is this accurate or does it not apply to the 30? Just trying to figure it all out?:D

Sorta true. My experience has been that the X30 pocket starts to get super long with midship weight.. You just have to try different combos.. or copy mine :D

http://imageshack.us/a/img15/3126/t6o4.jpg

teamcanada
08-06-2013, 11:16 PM
Here is mine for my x30 with the 6.2 and tabs. All factory ballast full, both 750# plug and play sacs full in back lockers, a 500# sac I. The port coffin and two plug and play 300# sacs full in the bow under the seats. I will post pics tommorow when we go back out. It is very clean and long.

bhanson
08-26-2013, 09:47 AM
Bump. Still curious about the goofy-side wake. I have a 2001 X30 which is easy to weight for goofy side but tough to weight for regular side. These newer X30 pics show regular side, so would love a report/pics on goofy wake. Need to know if I need to start saving pennies for an upgrade ... ;-)

FoggyNogginz
08-26-2013, 10:50 AM
Way to go Angie...great surfing! Pretty water too!

501s
09-02-2013, 11:35 AM
Wave is awesome on both sides, but all I have is a pic of the regular side, sorry.

KahunaCraft
09-02-2013, 01:03 PM
Edit, various ballast configs...not fully dialed in but never the less an example. I'll snap some more updated pics soon.

http://img.tapatalk.com/d/13/09/03/ypa6ube2.jpg

http://img.tapatalk.com/d/13/09/03/zuvyteqy.jpg

http://img.tapatalk.com/d/13/09/03/me4usequ.jpg

http://img.tapatalk.com/d/13/09/03/eseve9us.jpg

http://img.tapatalk.com/d/13/09/03/nupa6y8e.jpg

http://img.tapatalk.com/d/13/09/03/ny3yne4e.jpg

KahunaCraft
09-06-2013, 08:42 AM
http://img.tapatalk.com/d/13/09/06/mydu2e8y.jpghttp://img.tapatalk.com/d/13/09/06/a7apa2ev.jpg
http://img.tapatalk.com/d/13/09/07/une2a8eb.jpg

Traxx822
09-06-2013, 08:50 AM
Nice wave Kahuna

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KahunaCraft
09-06-2013, 03:01 PM
http://img.tapatalk.com/d/13/09/07/ezebydas.jpg

Another pic, shows if you want steep - adjust the AA plate

bhanson
09-10-2013, 09:27 AM
Nice, that goofy wake looks solid. Thanks ! I just completed a bunch of mods to my 2001 X30 and wake seems to be about the same, though i have 1100s in the compartments. Have been riding behind friends' Tiges and had almost given up on my X30, but this thread motivated me once again (and saved me a BUNCH of gas money !!!). Will document my mods in a new thread once i get some pics

KahunaCraft
09-14-2013, 08:36 AM
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One other shot... X30 AA plate down about 60% with a fair amount of counter balance ...