kfennell Posted June 22, 2012 Share Posted June 22, 2012 So I can run 34 MPH at least 90% of the time now, but still haven't run 36 mph. I never get pulled up out of the ball or feel like the boat is a freight train at this speed. I made a revalation the other day that I was trying too hard and too early, so I started pulling softer and more behind the boat. Is this the right road to head down? Because before I started that I was getting either pulled up out of the ball or was compressing so that I was like sitting on the ski before I got to 2. Also I keep missing the gates late, I have a slightly short setup some days depending what lake I get on and its hard to pull out any earlier, I am thinking that I will try to make my pull out a little less wide, maybe just inside the buoy line a foot. Will this be a step in the right direction? on a 68" RS1, B1 ZO letter, not sure of wing or fin settings, but I would say it probably has a 8° Wing on it. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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