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meetloaf13 last won the day on August 4

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About meetloaf13

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    Advanced Member

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  • Location
    SE Idaho
  • Hometown Lake
    Ririe Reservoir

Tow Vehicle

  • Vehicle
    Ford F150
  • engine
    Tuned 5.0L V8

Boat Details

  • Make/Model
    2016 F22 Tomcat
  • Engine
    6.2L Indmar 400
  • Prop
    Acme 2937
  • Ballast
    500 bow bag
    300 lead

    2800 stock tanks in rear
    850s in each locker filled 50%+

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  1. For anyone else following in the future. I just disconnected my batteries and the computer reset seems to have resolved this issue.
  2. Went out yesterday, ballast gates, trim tab and surf tabs all had no power. Everything else seemed to be fine. Hoping it’s a fuse, where do I troubleshoot first? 2016 F22 Gent on FB had me check the Power distribution Module, I attached a pic of it here, seems to be fine. Everything else on the boat seems to have power, I guess I could check on that. Thanks!
  3. Ahh, 440, still, with my 400, adding cup might be worth looking at in the off-season. Thanks!
  4. I tend to view the forum mainly in the Tapatalk app. Looks like something with the new server change has broken that? Or perhaps Tapatalk doesn't support the new software? Anyone else experienced this?
  5. one nice thing about the valterras, is if you have to manually open or close...it's just a handle pull/push instead of an allen wrench-fest in those small confines.
  6. What elevation were you running at? And which engine? You were able to surf at full weight AND be at 3600 RPM? That might be worth it in gas savings alone. What was your top speed after you added the cup (you ended up with .105 cup?)?
  7. I have the 1.5 Gear ratio in my 2016 F22, ford raptor 6.2L 400. I boat at 5,100 95% of the time. I'm still able to surf at 4-4100 RPM with about 5,000 lbs weight added, plus a family or two. The difference is probably your Prop, I'm running an ACME 2937, which, btw, was made specifically for a high-elevation surfpig F22.
  8. I have on my '16 F22, on a few occasions, been able to defeat the scar on my regular side by having the edge of the swim platform sufficiently submerged. My goofy side is always very clean. FWIW
  9. meatloaf13  I saw you have a swim platform for sale.  Do you still have it?

  10. I might sell you mine, 2016 Tomcat. Looking to do something different. I don't even know what a fair price is. Sent from my Pixel 3 XL using Tapatalk
  11. Snap, if I wasn't building a house I'd be all over this! Will be a great boat for someone Sent from my Pixel 3 XL using Tapatalk
  12. Yeah top speed is low 30s Sent from my Pixel 3 XL using Tapatalk
  13. I run at 5200 ft+ almost exclusively. 2016 F22 1.5 trans, GSA. Raptor 400 Using the ACME 2937, a prop ACME actually made for the F22 at elevation. I'm able to fill stock ballast, plus 600 in each locker and 600 up front between sacks and lead and I can surf at 4000 RPM. 11.5 MPH regular and 12 MPH goofy. I have to use less ballast if I have a heavy crew, but that's my usual weight setup with about 3/4 tank of gas or less. Full tank of gas I've not had great luck with good waves, fwiw. On a side note, some twit mixed up the Surf Cookbook. The first several columns,
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