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Old 05-20-2012, 09:30 PM
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Anyone have an inland surfer sweet spot pro? I'm considering trying one and most everyone comments that Inlands are awesome.
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Old 05-22-2012, 12:10 AM
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I have a brand new Phase 5 Danielo Pro I'm selling if anyone is interested. They are $700 and I will take $550 for this one obo.
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Old 05-22-2012, 11:32 AM
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I have a brand new Phase 5 Danielo Pro I'm selling if anyone is interested. They are $700 and I will take $550 for this one obo.
Can I ask why your selling it already?
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Old 05-22-2012, 11:49 AM
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Can I ask why your selling it already?
Going to stick to more surf style boards instead of skim boards. We are more into airs and spins than shove its. I mainly bought it because it was all CF and looks sweet Another reason is we now have 5 surf boards (a few inland surfers in bound) and we don't need that many.
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Old 06-14-2012, 08:35 PM
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I was wondering that too. My two 150lbs bricks take up most all the room in the back locker.
Yep, the 750's fit awesome. I'll send pix in a few weeks!
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Old 06-15-2012, 11:43 AM
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Yep, the 750's fit awesome. I'll send pix in a few weeks!
WakeMakers sells an X25 package that adds 710lbs total with three additional bags:

http://www.wakemakers.com/mastercraf...y-ballast.html

They don't have a kit that adds 750lbs in each rear locker according to them. Their three bags are 710lbs total so each one isn't more than a few hundred pounds. I have managed to get about 500lbs in the back locker in our X25 and another 1800lbs plus the stock ballast. We have about 2500-2600lbs in it now.


I will put up some new pics this week. Our wave is way better than the pics I've posted now that it's dialed in 100% and we have all the ballast we need.
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Old 06-21-2012, 07:43 AM
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WakeMakers sells an X25 package that adds 710lbs total with three additional bags:

http://www.wakemakers.com/mastercraf...y-ballast.html

They don't have a kit that adds 750lbs in each rear locker according to them. Their three bags are 710lbs total so each one isn't more than a few hundred pounds. I have managed to get about 500lbs in the back locker in our X25 and another 1800lbs plus the stock ballast. We have about 2500-2600lbs in it now.


I will put up some new pics this week. Our wave is way better than the pics I've posted now that it's dialed in 100% and we have all the ballast we need.
Do you think all this weight or needed? Or Could you do with your initial set up? I am still trying to figure out my setup, playing around with a 450 bag and a 250 + the stock ballast.

I fill up port, put the 450 bag on the back of the bench, 250 bag upfront with 2 people. Not sure what to do with the wakeplate.

Wake is still short, and i can't let the rope go for long.

Any ideas? Not looking for an overkill setup. Something descent to surf far enough.
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Old 06-21-2012, 08:10 AM
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Our wave is pretty dialed in too. Fill stock ballast completely. Hooked into the plug and play, we have a 450 in the rear port locker (filled as much as possible), 450 under the long seat mid-ship (plumbed to the starboard pump), and a 250 wedge sac under the front seat. Surf tab is at 85% and attitude plate around 50%. Speed is between 10-11 mph but we actually use the RPM mode for perfect pass and that's set at 2900 RPM.

The wave is very tall, clean, and has decent length. It's nowhere near as long as the X30 pictures that are starting to show up though. It's got more than enough push.
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Old 06-21-2012, 10:11 AM
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hragarkissian- You can surf with the stock setup just fine but the more weight the better.

ShawnB- I use RPM as well and with all the weight we have we are usually around 3300 and 11-11.5mph.

As of right now we have 450lbs in the back locker, 1800lbs along the port side under the seats plus stock. This is a video of my wife from a few days ago. She just surfed for the first time about a month ago. The video doesn't show the wave very well from the angle of the video but it's tall, long, and very clean all the way to the front of the boat. There's no roost or white water coming right off the boat into the port side. The wave in the middle and right off the boat didn't clean up like we have it now until we added another 800-900lbs on the port side. We rode behind an Enzo 230 last week and hated it. She gets pretty far back toward the end and I can get farther back than she gets and still ride. She also just gave birth three months ago so she's doing great

http://youtu.be/bEG5EFSk_Ko?hd=1

She's already doing some poses and this was with the wave flattened out a bit to make it less steep and easier for her to learn to move up and down the wave (center tab down most of the way). Pic isn't very good as it was taken on an iPad. We have been behind a few boats now and the wave behind the X25 is awesome.

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Old 06-21-2012, 12:15 PM
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[quote=TheWoons;851133]hragarkissian- You can surf with the stock setup just fine but the more weight the better.

ShawnB- I use RPM as well and with all the weight we have we are usually around 3300 and 11-11.5mph.

What prop are you using? Your slip % has to be insane!
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