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Old 06-12-2010, 09:26 PM
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Fat Sac or Fly high for X45 stern storage...

Anyone use one of these bags for your X45? I am looking for one to help with wakesurfing. A lot of times it just two of us and we need a little more weight. Any recommendations would be helpful.
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Old 06-22-2010, 09:45 PM
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Dawg,

I use a 750 in the stern and 250 in the bow with the attitude plate 30% down and only 2 people. It puts out a pretty good wave - just have to ride a bit closer. I also have the surf tabs installed aftermarket and on the opposite side that I am surfing all the way down. Hope that helps!
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Old 06-22-2010, 10:53 PM
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Anyone use one of these bags for your X45? I am looking for one to help with wakesurfing. A lot of times it just two of us and we need a little more weight. Any recommendations would be helpful.
Fly High Enzo Sac

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dimensions: body- 30 x 25 x 26 arm- 72 x 25 x 12 weight: 1450 lbs. / 658 kg.


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Old 06-27-2010, 09:38 PM
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thanks guys...Got the Fly High 400 lber. Have not tried it yet...
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Dawg,

I use a 750 in the stern and 250 in the bow with the attitude plate 30% down and only 2 people. It puts out a pretty good wave - just have to ride a bit closer. I also have the surf tabs installed aftermarket and on the opposite side that I am surfing all the way down. Hope that helps!
Hey TN,

Which surf tabs did you go with? Also do you have any pictures that you can share? I want to install some on my 07 X-45, but I have not gotten a response back from Bennett. Auto leveler is also an option I would like.

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Old 07-20-2010, 05:16 PM
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At the risk of hijacking this thread we are looking to improve the wake on a 06 X2 as there are only two or three of us at a time...was looking at:

http://www.slsports.com/ballast-bags-launch-pad.html

for on the floor at the stern...comments?
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Old 07-20-2010, 06:05 PM
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If they have a size that works for you (maybe the 900 lb sack), I just bought one of SLs new Sumo Sacks. I think they are going to replace the launch pad line as the construction is really superior and the price is great. Their new sumo pump is very fast too.

http://www.slsports.com/ballast-bags-sumo-sacs.html

Don't have any advice for you on your specific boat...sorry
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Old 08-01-2010, 12:03 PM
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Im Chad - Sorry, just saw your post. I have the LENCO tabs installed with manual switches. It is not connected to my VDIG. Seems to really push the curl back and I can surf pretty far back. I don't think it has too much effect on size. They are the exact ones that MC puts on the new boats.
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