Taelan28 Posted August 23, 2012 Share Posted August 23, 2012 There's a competition next month in Korea. My boat driver says I should do it and he wouldnt tell that to anyone. When Im on my game free skiing Im an animal, but this hasnt translated well into buoys--because I dont practice buoys. Running an UGLY 14m this week gives me confidence though, and running 13m isnt out of the question if I tighten things up. First, I need to drop extra cash and pay for the inboard boat. That outboard has reached its limits at 14 meters and 13 meters today is too much of a drag on it. It causes too much slack and the pull is not consistent. I'll do one warm up of free skiing then 8 passes of buoys. Second, do I need to worry about running longer rope lengths or can I just holler at them FOURTEEN METERS! and have it be done? Third and most important. I need to go through the opening gates. Any suggestions on that? It looks really difficult threading those things at 34mph. I noticed when the boat passes the gates thats when the skier cuts. Any other reference points? I just want to run a pass at 28 off. Thanks guys. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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