That sounds like an excellent idea. You going to be moving on the river or just off the river? I'd like to try and get some other Supra guys together as well maybe once a month or so and see if it grows.
Wake board and slalom if the water is just right, you know, glass.
Are you on the water up there or do you put in? We trailer up to Fox River and then head down to just above the lock and dam for riding. Maybe see you out there one of these days.
Let me know we usually rip on Wednesdays. No work
It depends on the water and wind. I always check the marine forecast. If there are one ft or less usually the water is pretty good. I've been stuck out there a few times and it's been pretty roudy. The supra handles pretty good. It has that drop keel hull which cuts through the waves. Super easy to dunk the bow. People love that. It's hard to get good water so if we keep it in the lake we'll usually surf. Pull it out on the weekends to ride I usually ride the fox or twin lakes every wed. If your ever interested drop me a line.
Hey Big There are two styles of ski locker found in old SunSports. Mine is actually made of fiberglass. It is not removable. It can hold my weight so problem without flexing if I stand in the ski locker. The other kind is a removable plastic ski locker. Many people remove the plastic locker and replace it with a wooden shelf over the gas tank with legs that reach the floor. This allows you to use a much larger sac and not stress the gas tank. Oakie has reinforced his ski locker and is using a sac with the locker still in place.
I have a Ni-bral 14 LH 12 on my boat. I am hoping plugs, wires, elec ignition, valve rocker adjustment, and timing adjustment will give me some more power this year. I plan on heading out within the next two weeks, so will see. It performed well last year but I would hate to give up low end or top end. It tops out at 39 now so if I get more into footing I will probably have to sacrifice some low end.
I just saw you surf. I have never surfed but we want to give it a try this year. Do you weight your boat? If so how much and where?
We really liked how it turned out. I stripped the old stickers off using an eraser wheel you run on an electric drill it worked really smooth. Then I cleaned and buffed the boat. I was hoping to get away from the stripe but I could not get the color to buff out to the same color.
I had a local sign shop do it for me (Baller Signs in Bluffton, IN Klint Gerber 260-824-1987) He designed them and put them on for a little under $300.
I cant figure out how to put a picture here. I will try to pm it to you or send me your email and I will send it to you.