Flat water back flip with no trim

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#1
I am working on trying to get around on back flips but keep ending upside down with not enough rotation. I have a 717 in my ski which delivers good amount of power but wanted to see if there was any input on getting around on a flip or if I'm wasting my time without a trim lever. Any and all help would be great!
 
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#3
It's a modded square. It has a -5" front with rocker and -3.5" in rear with widened and lowered tray.


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#6
That's along the lines of what I was thinking I was going to have to do. You don't by chance know if anyone has a C.A.T.S trim for sale?


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#8
Getting upside down isn't hard. Getting the rest of the way around is. Def. Will need trim.

I have a -6 Rn with a rockered nose plus shorted and wide tray and I can nose fw flips in with a 701 61x with all the Bolton's and perfect tuning from Phil @ P&P. Flips off boat wakes easily but FW is a different animal completely. I'm gonna build a 760 for it soon
 
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