by Jayson Rishling February 25, 2016
CREATE YOUR PERFECT WAKE
Innovation thru Simplicity.
Drop the pump in and set it and forget it.
This Telescoping system allows you to use a pump that is up to 3 times faster than any conventional Plug & Play setup - all the while not having to worry bout air locking.
Easily mounts to both starboard and port side for a bigger, cleaner wake on either side. With Wakesurf Shaper you can now get into the modern day surf game if you have an older boat, or if you have a newer boat you can replicate a tube rivaling your favorite break in the South Pacific.
In 2013, we launched a new brand - Eight.3 (one gallon of water = Eight.3 pounds).
We had 1 goal - make boating easy...
A NEW WAY TO MAXIMIZE YOUR WAKE MOUNT TO STARBOARD SIDE TO SURF ON THE PORT SIDE MOUNT TO PORT SIDE TO SURF ON THE STARBOARD SIDE
2 years after the inception of Eight.3, we have come up with something that revolutionizes the outside of your boat - The Wakesurf Shaper. This device easily mounts to the lower/back point of the starboard or port side of your boat hull for a premier surf wake on either side. We have tested from every aspect of boating - waterski boats, crossover boats, older V-Drives, newer V-Drives, - one thing is constant, this is a game changer. Never has there been this type of aftermarket device that can so easily be mounted to the side of the hull - that makes this kind of difference. With a built in handle it is easy to move to either side of your
boat, and is best primed with some loaded Eight.3 ballast.
Every hull shape is different - some are mostly flat and don’t require a shim. Others have a step hull and require a 1” shim - other boats have a more pronounced step and need a 2” shim. Be sure to measure the furthest back/lowest corner of your hull to gauge what set up you need.
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by Jayson Rishling October 30, 2017
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