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Thread: 24V - New Owner - Looking for Surf Suggestions

  1. #16
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    Sandpoint Idaho
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    2005 24v
    Strangely not a lot of newer supras in my area. I hava a buddy in Portland Oregon that loves his.

  2. #17
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    Used to have gangsta lean 24Ve; then GSA F24 Tomcat, now a 2016 Supra SE450. Onward we roll!
    Quote Originally Posted by duffymahoney View Post
    Strangely not a lot of newer supras in my area. I hava a buddy in Portland Oregon that loves his.
    There are so many good boats now days. I would accept anyone of them happily, of course. I wish suck gates would have been a thing when I had my 24Ve!


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  3. #18
    jump on wakegarage.com and browse through the various automated "goose slapper" installs. with a little effort and ~$500 you can build yourself a surfgate-style system yourself running off GPS which will greatly enhance your surf wake.

  4. #19
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    Quote Originally Posted by jtryon View Post
    jump on wakegarage.com and browse through the various automated "goose slapper" installs. with a little effort and ~$500 you can build yourself a surfgate-style system yourself running off GPS which will greatly enhance your surf wake.
    That guy is talented!

  5. #20
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    Jul 2018
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    Eugene, OR
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    2005 24V
    Thought I'd jump in here and give a final update. I ended up talking to the local Tige Dealer at the Portland Boat Show and decided they would be my best bet for a professional Ballast install. I had 2 W719s plumbed into the rear lockers. I'm still using a manual fill on the W711 in the bow. The dealer advised this based on cost to plumb in the bow per pound of weight. I believe they said the hardware would take space which would diminish the amount of weight in the bags. No point in spending the $$ for less weight and very little upside to automation. I'm really happy with the rear sacs! They fill pretty quick and the wave cleans up real nice when I run 80% non-surf side, 100% surf side, bow full, and Mission Delta. I'll throw a couple pics in. Also, I was super happy with how quickly I was able to move from starboard to port and how effortless it was to clean the wave up.. I just ran both pumps; one filling and one emptying, while someone moved the Delta, by the time the next rider was ready, everything was set! Easy Peasy!

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  6. #21
    looks good!

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