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Old 06-25-2012, 02:38 PM
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Old 09-03-2013, 10:01 PM
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couple pics

Nothing to great but learned how to go wake to wake a short time ago. Did a few grabs and got a w to w 180 but my camera person was to cold by that time to take anymore pics.


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Few from the weekend with a new camera we are trying to dial in.

Little edge work
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Roll to Revert
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Always nnice to see the original lengenday Star wake
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Pulling out the toeside 360
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and the not so fun attempt at a rewind 180
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Old 09-04-2013, 08:03 AM
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Couple shots from the weekend

Some from a Mount I made, similar to the GOSPIN360 mount.
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Old 09-04-2013, 08:07 AM
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Cool shots...more details on the camera mount, please!
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Nothing to great but learned how to go wake to wake a short time ago. Did a few grabs and got a w to w 180 but my camera person was to cold by that time to take anymore pics.
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Try weighting the boat a little more evenly. Your boat is leaning a ton to the driver's side causing a nasty wash on that passenger side. It will also give you a bit more pop as the wake will stand up a bit when the boat gets level. Most of all keep charging it like you are
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Old 09-04-2013, 11:03 AM
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Check out this site for a how to. you can tweak it a little bit and make it for about 30$.
http://www.gospin360.com/diy.php
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Old 09-04-2013, 04:28 PM
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Try weighting the boat a little more evenly. Your boat is leaning a ton to the driver's side causing a nasty wash on that passenger side. It will also give you a bit more pop as the wake will stand up a bit when the boat gets level. Most of all keep charging it like you are

Thanks for the advice and encouragement. It was me and 2 babes in the boat who thought they were freezing to death (65 degrees). The observer kept moving onto the drivers side so she could put the heater hose in her shirt. I thought it was easier to put up with a washy wake instead of trying to reason with her to sit on the opposite side.
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Thanks for the advice and encouragement. It was me and 2 babes in the boat who thought they were freezing to death (65 degrees). The observer kept moving onto the drivers side so she could put the heater hose in her shirt. I thought it was easier to put up with a washy wake instead of trying to reason with her to sit on the opposite side.
Hahaha. I am with you. I'll just take the wash.
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