please dont take offense to this, but if i were you... i would drain all the plug and play, ride at 22.6/22.4 and 60 ft (including handle - always include handle in line measurements).
i'm not sure where you are in your riding, but sometimes the worst thing people can do when they are learning is slam their boat out. the best boat i got to ride behind my first 3 seasons wakeboarding was an unweighted tige 20v. I can make my star's wake much larger than i need it - but if you learn on a small wake, it teaches you to get maximum results (height/length) with minimum tools (small wake). take that same learning to a big wake... and you'll be golden. once you learn this, you might actually prefer a wider wake