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  1. This was custom ordered from NW Boat Sports and delivered this May. Almost every option available from MB in '20. Meticulously cared for and always stored indoors. Please contact me for additional information. -White/Aqua Flake/Charcoal Gelcoat - Indmar Raptor 6.2l 400 - 40 hrs - Skylon Skylock Clamping Board Racks (add $2500 to selling price) - Hinged Interior Seats - Complete Exile Audio Stereo with 4 Towers (2 SXT9Q and 2 XM9) and added 6” helm speakers - Powder Coat Billet Package - Custom Wood Plank GatorStep Flooring - Tinted Windshield -3 Outlet Heater - Heated Dr
  2. Exile cabin speakers with JL towers?
  3. Your settings from the dealer are toned way down. Go to the exile website and download the amp set-up sheet and adjust yours to match. It will be a different system. Also, add the speakers for the driver. I've done it on my last 3 MB's and wouldn't have it any other way. No need for a new amp, just run with your bow speakers. The bummer on the '20s the changed location of the fuse panel so I could only run the 6". In a 19 you should be able to run 8's to math the others.
  4. All the way forward. Crowd it around the hose that feeds the bow bag under the small cushion.
  5. The last 3 seasons I have run 750lbs total with all ballast full. The best combo I have found is 350 in the nose, 150 behind the driver seat, 200 directly across behind the batteris and I put 1 bag over the rear floor drain to cut down on engine/transmission noise.
  6. Bleed some out of the hard tank on the opposite side. It helps.
  7. MB has the ballast pretty dialed for that hull when you fill it all up. You can tweak it with your bow bag and some lead and a bit of trim. I don't think you are really going to see any improvement by separating the rear bags from the hard tanks. No need to put the rear bags on reversibles, especially with how quick they drain through the hard tanks.
  8. Back up for sale. This was custom ordered from NW Boat Sports and delivered this March. Almost every option available from MB in '19. Meticulously cared for and always stored indoors. Please contact me for additional information. -White/Charcoal Gelcoat - Indmar Raptor 6.2l 400 - 49 hrs - Skylon Skylock Clamping Board Racks - Hinged Interior Seats - Complete Exile Audio Stereo with 4 Towers (2 SXT9Q and 2 XM9) and added 8” helm speakers - Powder Coat Billet Package - GatorStep Flooring - Tinted Windshield -3 Outlet Heater - Heated Drivers Seat - Surf Pipe - MB Swimstep Ladder
  9. I've always struggled with wash when moving weight to the back.....
  10. What bag are you running? I like this idea to ditch some of the lead....
  11. Getting closer just created a ton of wash. We'll give it a try next time
  12. We tried creating a "bowl" yesterday with my boat and a buddies Ri257. We will have to give it another try. https://youtu.be/RN_XoGnVePg
  13. I'm running 750 lbs total "lead". 300 in nose under front cushion, 150 behind driver's seat, 150 under observer seat, 50 on top of rear floor drain and 50 each side under P&P bags. Fill all ballast and drain a little from bow depedning on size of crew and where they sit. Best wave I have had by far!
  14. Should we get a bet going on what comes first? New F24, MB Gear or Exile Transom Remote
  15. Let's do it. Just not July 8th - 14th!
  16. Mucker - would Mayfield be able to handle it? Seems like a good central location....
  17. It does that to me on the mobile version. Desktop is fine.
  18. They have a single tiedown point in the middle under the swimdeck - same as the 2 above.
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