Check Valves vs. Vented Loops

Posted by Kyle on Apr, 15 2011

Don’t know if you should use a Check Valve or a Vented Loop for your Wakboard Boats ballast system? Or maybe both? Well let us help you figure it out! Continue reading

Malibu PiggyBack Factory Ballast System Upgrade

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Want to increase the wake size of your Malibu wakeboard boat? The WakeMAKERS Malibu PiggyBack Factory Ballast System is designed to do just that without requiring any additional effort to drain or fill or sacrificing the automated controls on your dash. Continue reading

Malibu Tankbuster Factory Rear Ballast Upgrade

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Want to increase the wake size of your Malibu wakeboard boat? The WakeMAKERS Malibu TankBuster Wakeboard Ballast System is designed to do just that without requiring any additional effort to drain or fill or sacrificing the automated controls on your dash. Continue reading

Centurion TankBuster Factory Ballast System Upgrade

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Want to increase the wake size of your Centurion wakeboard boat? The WakeMAKERS Centurion TankBuster Wakeboard Ballast System is designed to do just that without requiring any additional effort to drain or fill or sacrificing the automated controls on your dash. Continue reading

Reversible Pump Automated Ballast System Design

Posted by Jason on Aug, 04 2009

Impeller Pump Ballast System

This seems to be a popular topic lately, both on the forums, and for our ballast experts on the phone, so we figured it would be beneficial to write a full guide on how to design a ballast system around a reversible impeller style ballast pump. As usual, there are multiple ways to accomplish the same goals, so this shouldn’t be taken as the definitive guide on ballast system installations, but rather a recommendation on how to install a fully functional system that operates correctly based on our years of experience. Feel free to deviate from these plans where you see fit, or contact us if you any questions.

With that out of the way, let’s move on to the good stuff!

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