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Old 03-20-2012, 09:24 AM
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I was there for Mattscraft's photo #1, and Reid (the surfer) was every bit as far back as it looks.
Photos 2 and 3 were actually taken from my boat. And it's every bit as big as it looks (can I throw in a that's what she said?)
IMO its all about the setup, but the X2 throws a great surf wake when you weigh it right.
So long as you are having a good time it really doesn't matter.
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Old 03-23-2012, 12:05 AM
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I was there for Mattscraft's photo #1, and Reid (the surfer) was every bit as far back as it looks.
Photos 2 and 3 were actually taken from my boat. And it's every bit as big as it looks (can I throw in a that's what she said?)
IMO its all about the setup, but the X2 throws a great surf wake when you weigh it right.
In photo #1 that wake goes straight back and looks a little small. How fast are you going? Looks like its faster than usual surf speed.
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