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Old 07-16-2013, 07:07 PM
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Surf wake Maristar 210

New to surfing and looking for some help with wake. We have 200lbs in ski locker and 800 in rear port locker. Number of people vary. PP shows 2850 rpm's at roughly 11 mph.

Wake is decent but a bit frothy but main issue is sweet spot is to close to platform. Any advice?
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Old 07-16-2013, 07:24 PM
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I have found more weight in the bow stretches out the wave. I believe the 210 and the X10 are the same? I have been on a X10 with a 600 sac on the front seats in the bow and it had a nice wave. Good luck!
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Old 07-16-2013, 08:27 PM
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In my X-10, I have 750 in rear port, kgb in ski locker (400 I think), and a v-sack in the bow about half-filled (prob 300lb). I also have a couple of sandbags under the port side seat for prob about 150lbs. I will soon have a 370 lb sack from wakemakers under there instead. Generally 1-2 people sitting on port-side. I surf at about 10.3.
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Old 07-16-2013, 10:43 PM
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Call Wakemakers, you can e-mail them a picture of your wake and they will help you dial it in.

you could also try to put some people up front on same side, I tried that and it made a difference.

Also put someone in the back corner on side you are surfing

I would use a GPS and dial in your speed around 10

What prop are you using, from all my questions I found out I needed to prop down with the extra load
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