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Old 05-15-2018, 12:12 AM
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yea, if i want just to stay on the wave without trying any tricks i can do it until i am just too tired behind my 21 foot 205v hull. On the contrast with my friends' Xstar 24 foot hull in 03 version it feels like i can walk on water like Jesus; so much more pocket and push. Hence my urge to lengthen that pocket to be able to move up and down the wave for some tricks. I barely have some 2000 lbs of ballast with 2-3 adults and coupla kids. May be i should just add some 500 lbs or so.
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Old 05-30-2018, 03:08 PM
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Mine is 03X2 and wonder what size of the piggyback kit you used? Or wakemakers model number? The space is so small under front seats; since my hull is not a pickle fork.

Thank you!
@igormaster, I use this kit in my 2002 X-Star (205v):
https://www.wakemakers.com/mastercra...st-system.html

I've got a 70*15*15 in the KGB with a piece of starboard limiting the height; it probably fills to 350#.
I've got 1100's in the rear that probably fill to 750 or so with the wakeboards on top of them. Too much in the rear and the 250v is a porpoise.

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