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  • #61
    I've found using the NSS snd Wake gate it's best to sack boat evenly. Port, starboard and bow. Bow seemed to really improve the wake and remember you can over do it. More isn't always better.


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    2011 Sport 200 V
    1994 Bimini Skier Pro 190
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    • #62
      Are the 850 or 750 bags still able to be plug and play and filled/drained with stock setup. I have pro ballast system now.

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      • #63
        Yep, may have to hit the drain button twice but everything drains out


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        • #64
          Do the dividers have to be reinforced? Itís that easy that you donít need any other pieces to hook up? Just take out old and put in new?

          Thanks

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          • #65
            Originally posted by Kelly Gummere View Post
            Just started out with our 2014 SAN 210. I have been filling 1250lbs in the stock ballast tanks. I have bot the Ronix 8.3 bags. I have 2 800lb sacks in the rear lockers and have just added a 600lb bow bag. We have been running right at 10.7 with NSS at zero and the other little shifter all the way back. It was awesome this weekend but I think I will not fill the bow bag as full. Also maybe I will tweak the NSS and see if I can get it higher. It was a great result thus far though
            How did you plumb the bow bag? Is it under the front seats? I just bought a 400 lb wakemakers bag and I haven’t dug in too much to see what needs to be done.

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            • #66
              We have an 1100 piggy back v bag under front seats

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              Ian S
              2014 SANTE. NSS. Pro balllast. Boatmate trailer
              2004 SANTE. 4000 lb ballast, 2013 graphics (prev). Ramlin trailer
              2009 Moomba Outback (prev). Boatmate trailer

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              • #67
                [QUOTE=XBIGPUN66;n638744]We have an 1100 piggy back v bag under front seats

                1100 in a 210? Where?

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                • #68
                  Under front seats

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                  Ian S
                  2014 SANTE. NSS. Pro balllast. Boatmate trailer
                  2004 SANTE. 4000 lb ballast, 2013 graphics (prev). Ramlin trailer
                  2009 Moomba Outback (prev). Boatmate trailer

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                  • #69
                    [QUOTE=XBIGPUN66;n638747]Under front seats

                    How did you plumb it?

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                    • #70
                      We fill it about 3/4. All other full. Slight offload stbd for port side wave. Long and lots of push.

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                      Ian S
                      2014 SANTE. NSS. Pro balllast. Boatmate trailer
                      2004 SANTE. 4000 lb ballast, 2013 graphics (prev). Ramlin trailer
                      2009 Moomba Outback (prev). Boatmate trailer

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                      • #71
                        [QUOTE=XBIGPUN66;n638749]We fill it about 3/4. All other full. Slight offload stbd for port side wave. Long and lots of push.

                        You plumbed it in from your front hard tank? How hard is that to do?

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                        • #72
                          What does it mean when you guys say "pro ballast"?

                          I have a 2015 SAN210 with NSS. It has hard ballast in the rear and both sides have a fat sac plumbed in as well. I don't know how big that fat sac is but it seems like maybe around 400 lbs but could be as small as 250lbs. I honestly don't know. I couldn't put a bigger bag in there without having to remove the plastic storage units that currently house life vest and ropes. Given it's a 210, storage in this boat is at a premium and I need all I can get.

                          My wave is decent. I usually fill all ballast to max, run the NSS at the highest setting (5) and speed is usually between 10.4 and 10.8 but if I could get a bigger and longer wave, I would.

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                          • #73
                            I've got a 2014 SAN 230. Has anyone removed the rear locker hard tanks, without cutting the hard tank out? If so, what is the process or secret to getting the hard tanks out of the lockers?

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