View Full Version : 2013 X2 vs 2013 X10

08-03-2013, 02:11 AM
I would have put the X30 in there to, but I don't think that I can afford it??

Be using it 75% to surf, 25% wakeboard. What ya think?

08-03-2013, 02:27 AM
X2, 10 and 30 are the exact same boat just a little extra length behind the drivers seat.

08-03-2013, 07:40 AM
It's only $5K to go from the X10 to the X30. Unless you need the shorter boat to fit in a garage, my opinion is if you get the smaller boat you'll always want the bigger boat a year or two down the road. I think for surfing the 10 and 30 are better boats than the X2.

08-03-2013, 08:13 AM
Keep your x1. Youll regret getting rid of it!

08-03-2013, 12:40 PM
I'm just curious. If we are going to surf most of the time, why do you think that I'll regret selling my x1? From everything I've read and seem it seems as the x10 is a MUCH better surf boat than my x1??

08-03-2013, 01:40 PM
X2 weighted properly is a great surf and decent wakeboard boat. Don't know the X10, however it is advertised as a great surf wake. I talked with a factory guy and he said it was a great surf boat. I think either will surf well, would really be a decision of pickle vs pointy bow, hips vs not and which lines you like better. I sat in an X10 at the boat show, bow is pretty small, X2 pickle fork bow certainly is bigger. of course I am a pickle fan:D Had an '09 X2 and now a '13 X25:rolleyes:

Either will certainly surf way better than your X1. All of the boats need extra ballast to get the bigger full push wake for surfing, IMHO.

08-04-2013, 01:08 AM
with a new model x-10 will my days of fat sacs at least be over??

08-04-2013, 11:54 AM
with a new model x-10 will my days of fat sacs at least be over??

Probably not! Plumb in as much as you can under the seats.

We have new X30 with rear locker and port seat plumbed in and as much as I wanted no fat sacs on the seats, when its just me and the driver I still toss a #750 on the seat.

The nice thing is I don't need anything on the seats if we have another couple on board though.

With waves the formula is simple.. Most of the surf boats will give you a surfable wave with factory ballast (barely), but the wave just keeps getting bigger and better the more weight you put. Its hard to resist bigger and better when it takes like only 10 minutes to fill another bag!

08-05-2013, 01:34 AM
I just spent a week at lake powell on a 2013 x10. The stock ballast was not enough. We added two 400lb sacs and a boat full of people to make it really work. I wasn't all that impressed. Weighted similarly, I felt my x15 had a better surf wake. However, the wakeboard wake of the x10 was fantastic.