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  1. Just pulled the trigger on a 2018 Supreme S226, but it does not have a bimini. Is there anything out there better than the factory bimini I should look at?
  2. WWYD?

    Dear Crew, was wondering what you would do? Its been hard, but I have limited my search for a new wave to two: Option 1: preorder S226 optioned out, approx 3900 lbs ballast upgrade (pretty sure my dealer is saying he can do a 750 bow sack on top of 1100's in the rear pnp and 1000 factory quickfill for a total of about 3900) fresh off the factory floor, or for about an extra $10k; Option 2: 2016 ri217, seems to have most options except floor upgrade, 4900 lbs ballast. I run mostly 2-4 peeps, and only surf (don't even carry other gear) and both sides religously. I like the fit and feel of the supremes better (seem roomier to me) but wave is most important. Fresh off the floor would be nice vs. sitting for a year on the lot but so would 4900 lbs of ballast. Needless to say I am leaning heavily towards the Ri. So with that said, anyone run a 2016 ri217? Any issues with the new design? Does anyone out there think I should save the dough and go with the s226? Any other feedback? Thanks crew, appreciate the support from my fellow addicts
  3. So I just noticed that the Boat Builder is updated on the totally outdated looking Ski Supreme website. Looks like the options list is all still old news unfortunately. I'm extremely hopeful that the quickfill tanks are more than 500lbs each. Decided to "build" some S226's. Would like to see what the Crew can come up with. BTW, I still haven't demo'd one yet. So don't get all excited that this is happening yet.

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