Use the diagram for a good starting point to attach your Wakesurf Edge. It’s important to note that when your boat is still in the water it sits at a different angle than when your boat is pulling at wake surf speed. Attach your Wakesurf Edge at a slight upward angle to reflect the angle that your boat will travel in during the ride. That will ensure that the face of the Wakesurf Edge is causing optimal water flow obstruction and forming the best possible wave shape. A good rule of thumb on how deep to attach the Wakesurf Edge is to attach it so that 2 or 3 inches of the Wakesurf Edge is sticking out of the water. Remember that the back of the boat sinks down upon acceleratation.
Placing the Wakesurf Edge more forward up the boat will cause the wake to be mellower, longer, and have more push.
Placing the Wakesurf Edge all the way back on the boat will cause the wake to be steeper, shorter, and have a deeper pocket.
cup on the Wakesurf Edge and the contact area on the boat
Wakesurf Edge to the opposite side of the rider, at or below water line near the stern of your boat
firmly against boat and flip up the the suction engagement levers
to ensure it is suctioned firmly to your boat. If not, try again
Wakesurf Edge is not meant for speeds greater than 13mph
flip down engagement handles, and press firmly just above the logo