Wiring Aerator Ballast Pump Switches

Posted by Spencer on Aug, 30 2012

To help our customers install their Aerator Ballast Pumps (Rule 1100, Attwood Tsunami) we have developed the guide below. Aerator ballast pump systems are the easiest to wire as each pump has its own positive and negative terminals on the … Continue reading

Wiring Johnson Ultra Ballast Pump Switches

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To help our customers install their Johnson Ultra Ballast Pumps we have developed the guide below. Wiring a reversible pump must be done correctly so that the pump will run both in forward and reverse. This is done by reversing … Continue reading

Wiring Jabsco Ballast Puppy Pump Switches

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To help our customers install their Jabsco Ballast Puppy Pumps we have developed the guide below. Wiring a reversible pump must be done correctly so that the pump will run both in forward and reverse. This is done by reversing … Continue reading

2006-2011 Mastercraft X2 Wakeboard Ballast Guide

Posted by Jason on May, 18 2012

If you’re looking to extract the most possible performance from your Mastercraft X2 for both wakeboarding and wake surfing, this guide will show you which bags to use, and what your options are for filling and draining them. For your … Continue reading

Supra Ballast System Timer Configuration Using Supra VISION

Posted by Spencer on Apr, 09 2012

When upgrading the ballast system on your Supra 20v, Supra 21v,┬áSupra 22v,┬áSupra 24v, or Supra 242 wakeboard boat equipped with the VISION display using the WakeMAKERS Supra BagBuster Factory Ballast upgrade you must reconfigure the factory settings to allow more … Continue reading

Malibu Factory Ballast Upgrade and Malibu Rear Locker Bag Size Guide

Posted by Spencer on Mar, 20 2012

This chart is a simple guide to help you determine the best ballast setup for your Malibu Wakesetter. Find your year and model to determine what specific bag we suggest for the rear locker and what kit we know will … Continue reading

Fly High Ballast Fitting

Removing Cemented Fittings From Fly High Ballast Bags

Posted by Jason on Feb, 22 2012

On many factory ballast systems equipped with soft bags, the fittings are actually cemented into the bag during construction so they won’t pull out prematurely. That’s great if you want the fitting in the bag, but what if you need … Continue reading

Flow Rite Quick Connect Fittings

Easily Install 1-1/8″ Fittings into 1″ Ballast Hose

Posted by Jason on Feb, 20 2012

Thanks to a standard that extends back more than 30 years, most marine bilge related products use 1-1/8″ hose connections rather than the more common 1″ inside diameter size. To make matters worse, many fittings are advertised universally as being … Continue reading

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GALLERY: Axis A22 Plug-n-Play Ballast Upgrade

Posted by Spencer on Feb, 08 2012

One of the great selling points of the Axis A-Series wakeboard boats is the factory Plug’n Play ballast upgrade option. We sell a lot of these kits to Axis customers (and even more rear bag upgrades for those customers that … Continue reading

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Centurion Typhoon Ballast System

Posted by Jason on Feb, 04 2012

A customer of ours sent in some pictures of the ballast system he installed in his Centurion Typhoon using our components and we wanted to share it with you. This customer wanted a fast, reliable and durable system to fill … Continue reading