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    Ultra 150 Passengers

    As I slowly research and question my ski, i'm figuring out what it can, and can not do. What it's good at, and what it isn't.

    The other day I tried to take out a friend of mine as a passenger. I'm about 210lbs, and my friend is also the same 210lbs. Well we tried to take the Ultra out, but it didn't last long! WAY too much weight. I did however have a passenger out, a few days ago who only weighed 130lbs and the ski rode great.

    Anyone know the capacity for 2 seater skis? Also any mods to make the Ultra 150 handle better with a passenger?

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    Check the manual, but I think the capacity is around 350 lbs.

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    With two riders the U150 doesn't like alot of weight on the back of it. When I had one and my wife drove it 130lbs and I was on the back 200lbs it was very hard for it to stay in the water also so we had to scoot up and make it more nose heavy or keep trim down more. You and your friend could have riden it with trim down or middle more to keep from bucking. This ski is very reactive to trim adjustments, you will ALWAYS be adjusting the trim.

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