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    Anyone wakeboard behind a sunk GS22, i.e. at least 2000lbs over factory ballast? Curious to size and shape.


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  • #2
    Originally posted by vision View Post
    Anyone wakeboard behind a sunk GS22, i.e. at least 2000lbs over factory ballast? Curious to size and shape.


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    Took a neighbors GS22 out and Threw 750ís over the stock and added some weight to the front and it was booming. I think it needs the weight to get there but it handled it like a champ!


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    • #3
      Rode behind a 2020 with the Pro Ballast (2250 lbs) + a couple of hundred pounds of lead and 2 adults with 3 kids. The wake shape was awesome. Great lip and great pop. We have a lake that is 10 feet in the deep spots, so it clips the height of the wake a little. Rode from 65 fee to 75 feet back, wake was good the whole way. Definitely a good way. Not G sized as it sits with the pro ballast, but easy to ride shape, plenty of kick. I know this about wakeboarding wake, but for the surfers the 2020 NSS is asymmetrical to counteract prop rotation. The surf wave is impressive for a shallow boat. It churned out a great wave even in 8-10 ft of water. The plates on the NSS are WAY bigger for 2020 GS22 also.

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      • #4
        all these years have gone by since the GS release & i am yet to see a picture of the wakeboard wake on that boat.
        Migs

        G21 - En route
        SAN 210 TE (Finally)
        06 Sky Supreme V220(previous)
        05 Sanger V210(previous)
        01 MC X1(previous)
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        • #5
          Originally posted by migs View Post
          all these years have gone by since the GS release & i am yet to see a picture of the wakeboard wake on that boat.
          Pictures never do a wake justice


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          • #6
            Originally posted by mtt201819 View Post
            Rode behind a 2020 with the Pro Ballast (2250 lbs) + a couple of hundred pounds of lead and 2 adults with 3 kids. The wake shape was awesome. Great lip and great pop. We have a lake that is 10 feet in the deep spots, so it clips the height of the wake a little. Rode from 65 fee to 75 feet back, wake was good the whole way. Definitely a good way. Not G sized as it sits with the pro ballast, but easy to ride shape, plenty of kick. I know this about wakeboarding wake, but for the surfers the 2020 NSS is asymmetrical to counteract prop rotation. The surf wave is impressive for a shallow boat. It churned out a great wave even in 8-10 ft of water. The plates on the NSS are WAY bigger for 2020 GS22 also.
            I agree with everything said here. Excellent wake with some additional weight (I have 700 extra pounds)



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            • #7
              Originally posted by mikenbike211 View Post

              Pictures never do a wake justice


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              Sure. But there still aren’t any pics anywhere which is odd.
              Migs

              G21 - En route
              SAN 210 TE (Finally)
              06 Sky Supreme V220(previous)
              05 Sanger V210(previous)
              01 MC X1(previous)
              99 Air Warrior(previous)

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              • #8
                I have pics of surf wake but not the wakeboard. Iíll take some this summer


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                • #9
                  looking forward to trying the GS 22 surf wave as mine is getting delivered later this week.

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                  • #10
                    2020 GS 22 surf wake (with pro ballast) is excellent. You will be pleased.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Interjon View Post
                      2020 GS 22 surf wake (with pro ballast) is excellent. You will be pleased.
                      delivered yesterday.......now I just have to get out there after work and dial in the wave. We had a cold front come through a couple of days ago and lowered the water temp to 79 degrees but surfing still in the forecast for the weekend.

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                      • #12
                        traded the 210 and had this one delivered.
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                        • #13
                          Nice! Great looking boat. Congrats
                          2009 Super Air Nautique 210 TE
                          2006 Super Air Nautique 210 TE
                          1989 Sport Nautique

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by mcosub View Post

                            delivered yesterday.......now I just have to get out there after work and dial in the wave. We had a cold front come through a couple of days ago and lowered the water temp to 79 degrees but surfing still in the forecast for the weekend.
                            Great looking boat. I have had several days to play around with the settings. For surf, the default setting of 100% in all tanks and 11.2 works great. For slalom, I am filling up the port tank with 150 pounds. That is with me solo in the boat. A little weight on the port side helps to even the rotation and driver weight.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Interjon View Post

                              Great looking boat. I have had several days to play around with the settings. For surf, the default setting of 100% in all tanks and 11.2 works great. For slalom, I am filling up the port tank with 150 pounds. That is with me solo in the boat. A little weight on the port side helps to even the rotation and driver weight.
                              exactly. that is why i have lead under the observer seat.
                              when my wife is driving and my 2 kids are on the port side, the boat still had a little list to it when skiing.

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