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2007 Centurion Avalanche c4 - Ropeless

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BHamm    5

So, i am finally doing a bit with out the rope, my best run so far.   The video is not the best, but does it seem like our wake is good?

 

Video here...

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Willy.Fire    4

What is your ballast setup? Best I found without going to a custom sac or the Enzo sac is this. 

1100 port locker

750 starboard locker 3-400 under or on port bench 

stock center ballast full

3-400 in bow 

shaper 

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BHamm    5

This is with the stock center ballast, and both rear hard tanks full.  

I then have about 200? up front, and another 450ish in the port locker.

I weight about 220, and i had three smaller people in the boat, maybe 400 lbs worth.

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Willy.Fire    4

Ditch those rear locker hard tanks if your plan is to surf. Use existing plumbing for new bags is the simplest. 

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BHamm    5

Thanks! Will do that this winter.  Would getting 1,100 am thinking 1,100 on each rear locker would be best.

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Troy    206

I run a custom 1400lb or so bag on Starboard (we only surf goofy side), about 100lbs in the bow, factory center and an a-plate, Then we put a small bag on the starboard seat when we have a small crew. We changed our prop this year which made a difference on our push also. I think our wave is quite nice. 

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BHamm    5

I might look at changing my prop.  I have two Acme 1235s and does not seem like others are using that prop.

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