Mission Boat Gear
Part number: MSDELTA20

Mission Delta 2.0 Wakesurf Solution

Regular Price: $334.99
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Mission Delta 2.0 Universal Wakesurf Solution

Shuswap Ski & Board says: No other product we have ever sold has had as many customers coming back to us raving about how well it works, as the original Mission Delta. We know of no better praise than that. The upgraded Delta 2.0 is sure to continue to be one of our most popular surfing accessories

The industry's first suction-based wake shaper just got an upgrade for even better, surf-all-day performance.

The DELTA 2.0 wakesurf shaper features "RipFlow" Technology that delivers enhanced wave cleanup performance by inducing more turbulence than ever before. This means a competition-class wave in the most efficient way possible.

Universal design compatible with most inboard boats
More flexibility in mounting locations on complex boat hulls
Switch sides in seconds for regular or goofy wake surfers
Enhanced performance on larger boats over 23 feet
Less steerage at low speeds with minimal splashing
Now with Limited Lifetime Warranty

DELTA 2.0 creates the perfect competition-class wave for wakesurfing, now with "RipFlow" Technology that further improves performance on larger boats. Every aspect of DELTA was thoughtfully designed from the ground up with wakesurfing in mind and optimized to float. All of DELTA's materials were meticulously selected to provide high performance and durability. DELTA is proudly manufactured in the USA.

DELTA 2.0 features "RipFlow" Technology, a contoured front panel with engineered side vents, that delivers enhanced wave cleanup performance by inducing more turbulence than large solid panel and wedge styled wakeshapers with zero compromises. Small is the new big. Larger flat panels put more stress on the boat which increases steering problems, fuel consumption, and splashing without increasing wave performance

DELTA's compact design gives more mounting options on boats with complex hull shapes. DELTA also features a reversible orientation yielding even more flexibility, especially on direct drive boats. Normal orientation is typically used for decently weighted v-drives. Reversed orientation works great for direct-drives or complex hulls that require DELTA to be attached higher, such as X2's or X45's.

Proprietary "HyLoft" Suction Cups provide maximum grip to accommodate the contoured surfaces of complex boat hulls, unlike off-the-shelf glass-lifting cups which were designed to stick to flat surfaces. No velcro or mounting brackets to drill and mar your boat. DELTA's superior materials also last longer and stand up to the harsh conditions of the boating environment.

Large wake shapers put a ton of load on your boat and tend to take a long time to clean up the wave. DELTA's compact size and "RipFlow" Technology creates the ultimate wave and virtually eliminates steerage of the boat at low speeds with minimal splashing. It also delivers best-in-class fuel consumption which will keep cash in your pocket and give you more time on the water - all without compromising wave-performance.

The lightweight, hollow design enables DELTA to float. The bright yellow color of the DELTA suction cups makes it easy to spot in the water if it does become detached from the boat. It is important to note that many of the cheaper wakesurf devices on the market do not float.

Another industry first from the company that started it all. Limited Lifetime and Single-loss Guarantee for one year. If you lose it in the first year, we will replace for free. If it breaks, we'll send you new parts, no questions asked. International shipping charges not included. Registration required.

BALLAST - Weight the boat evenly left to right with 60 to 70% of the weight in the back and 30 to 40% in the front. More ballast in the back increases the height and more in the front increases the length. If you have a mid-engined inboard, you will want to use more weight in the back to compensate for the center engine weight. Also, longer boats require more ballast to offset the additional buoyancy of the hull. If you have very little ballast we recommend unscrewing and reversing the orientation of the front panel of the Mission Delta so that it is positioned even further back. This allows the panel to be fully submerged when in motion which improves effectiveness and reduces splashing.

SPEED - With a decently weighted v-drive, start at 10mph and work your way up. Slower speeds generate more height and faster speeds generate more length (at the expense of height). Speeds around 11.2 mph seem to be optimium for a lot of boats but that all depends on the length, hull shape, ballast, passenger weight, and your preference. Yes, it may take a bit of experimenting but that's all part of the FUN!

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