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  1. Just took our new 2022 Ri245 our for the first several times this past week. Love the boat, but coming from a different brand, so we're trying to find the correct setup (ballast, stinger plate, surf tabs, and speed) for goofy side riders? We've got a great wave on the regular riders' side (good push, good shape, etc.), but the goofy side, while looking like it's a great wave, seems to have almost not push. We're running with ram fills full, center tank full, plug-n-plays (locker bags) full, and we also have 400 lbs of lead (200 in rear bag locker, and 200 lbs about midship). Standard surf tab set up to start (70 on opposite side), and we've tried the stinger all the way from 0 to 70. LIke I said, the wave looks great, but our riders on the goofy side say their is no push. I'm sure I'm missing something simple, but if any of you have the magic potion (setup), I'd be very interested in knowing what your recipe is. TIA

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