Spraymakers - Setup for Success

ROBOTROBOT Posts: 476 Administrator
edited November 2021 in Videos, Photos & Media
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  • HortonHorton Posts: 32,399 Administrator
    This episode is so good. Everyone should listen to this one more than once.

    ( That means you @motoskier )

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  • MDB1056MDB1056 Posts: 999 Crazy Baller
    Agreed. Drives home the key point again and again, it's 95%+ the skier. Adjust you first. Well done as always gentlemen.
  • leftylefty Posts: 25 Baller
    So I have a question regarding the section about 20 minutes in where they discuss the common complaint the “wakes are too big” or “I’m getting bucked at the wake”. I understand that it is a body position issue but some boats, ie, non tournament boats, ie, older direct drives, spit out a significant bump, steep and hard with lots of trough on both sides. would a proficient skier with nice body position not still get a bounce or would they say wow that wake is really tough? Further to that thought is the pulling through the wakes bit. Can a good skier actually pull through the wake of a late 90s cross over direct drive?
  • HortonHorton Posts: 32,399 Administrator
    @lefty It is not a yes / no answer. If you think the wakes behind modern boats are bad they are saying it is more you than the ski. Not to say small wakes are not important.

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  • MDB1056MDB1056 Posts: 999 Crazy Baller
    @lefty - they also note you’re probably too flat vs on edge if you’re getting launched. Again more you than the ski
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