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Old 01-27-2012, 04:34 PM
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It's a 2011. Sent that info in with my email to MC.
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Old 04-08-2012, 07:36 AM
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What year is your X-2? Newer X-2 have bigger tanks in the rear!
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Thought I'd reply but don't quote me...200lbs in each rear tank and 350lbs in KGB (front). I have an 07 X2, I have added the 400lbs fly high in rear lockers all plumbed in plus just fitted the integrated bow sac, manual fill at the moment. I think the bow sac may add 500lbs and with 4 peeps in the boat the wake is solid with a sweet transition and a lip to boot. Real happy with this setup
Did you just piggy back the fly high sacs and if so how did you deal with the 07 6 min timers ? I've plumbed in the rear sacs and will be doing the bow this spring but I haven't dealt with the timers yet, debating by passing or buying three timers but they seem to be $100.00 bucks each. Any input will be appreiated thanks.
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Old 04-17-2012, 01:23 PM
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Talked to wakemakers today. They said the rear tanks are 250# and kgb 400# for sure. They said on 2003 and older they were 150# and 250# respectively. Said they keep info on all the makes and models and the guy I talked to told me he has a Mastercraft also.
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Old 04-17-2012, 03:56 PM
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Did you just piggy back the fly high sacs and if so how did you deal with the 07 6 min timers ? I've plumbed in the rear sacs and will be doing the bow this spring but I haven't dealt with the timers yet, debating by passing or buying three timers but they seem to be $100.00 bucks each. Any input will be appreiated thanks.

The rear sacs are plumbed in, and with the 6 min timers will fill the sac maybe 80%. If I need the sacs full I will manually fill, I set up the fittings to do this easily. The bow sac is not plumbed in and manually filled using Tsunami pump. For me this system works easily enough and not too much pain, couldn't justify $100 a timer either
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Old 03-06-2013, 09:43 PM
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How many lbs are the '12 tanks? Can you install the three way valve fly high kit (without factory PnP) in the '12's? I heard the bow sac is two bricks now...
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Old 03-07-2013, 08:06 AM
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I believe stock tanks for '12 are also 900 pounds. The timers went away for 2012, and originally, you had no way to run the factory pumps longer. The latest software update is supposed to allow your dealer to calibrate your pumps to run longer if you have extra bags. I haven't gotten the software yet. I got one of the first 2012 models. I ordered the fly high kit and quickly discovered that the the one bow sac no longer worked. Wakemakers was unaware of the change. I had the V drive sacs that I used to use in my 02 X Star, so I plumbed them up front. I just T'ed them together. Here's some pictures and hose lengths of what I did.
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Old 03-07-2013, 08:08 AM
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Also, I've never weighed what I can get with the two sacs up front, but it's not a huge amount. I also throw a bow triangle sac up front if I don't have a lot of people in the boat.
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Old 03-07-2013, 11:58 AM
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Are that sacks up front fill completly?
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Old 03-07-2013, 12:18 PM
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My front sacs do not fill completely. The back portion does, but up under the seat, the hull cuts off a lot of volume. I also don't know how the V drive sacs I used compare to what the new fly high kit includes. I haven't seen the new separate front bags that are mentioned above.
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Old 03-07-2013, 09:09 PM
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Thought I'd reply but don't quote me...200lbs in each rear tank and 350lbs in KGB (front). I have an 07 X2, I have added the 400lbs fly high in rear lockers all plumbed in plus just fitted the integrated bow sac, manual fill at the moment. I think the bow sac may add 500lbs and with 4 peeps in the boat the wake is solid with a sweet transition and a lip to boot. Real happy with this setup

I see you have a wrap in your picture of your X2. Got a better picture?
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