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Joshuua    1

I'm I the only one who ended up buying a used Ri217 without CATS?  Did I make a big mistake?  It seems like I can't produce a surf wave that is comparable to any of the other surf boats out there.

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DDietze    0

Have you tried the centurion supreme owners group on Facebook?  
I don’t believe cats does much for wakesurfing, mostly for wakeboarding to counter act unbalanced weight in the boat (or passengers).

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Joshuua    1

Thanks, I'll check it out

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gimmymiles    0

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Dreamer    96

We have had CATS on our last two boats and use it all the time. Are you listing your boat to surf or have the flow plate system off the back? 

Get going in your best wakesurfing mode then start playing with CATS. Go all the way to the maximum positive side and watch for the changes. Then go al the way to the maximum negative side of the gauge and watch the differences in the wake. One will give you a nice mellow transition and the other will give you a steeper wake. 

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