You’d think that with that much weight to haul around, it would struggle to get on plane, forcing the rider to plow through the water at 7 mph for what feels like eternity. Instead it had a smooth, dignified acceleration out of the hull, without overcompensating like some speed-control systems have a tendency to do. If you’ve dealt with this before, you’ll know what I’m talking about. Once the boat planes out, it blasts up to 28 or 29 mph before slowing back down to your requested speed — which is pretty obnoxious from a rider’s perspective. Fortunately, Supra thought way ahead on this one, and even while fully loaded down, you’re up and riding on a clean wake without any hassle.