From the helm, Clear controls Tigé’s TAPS 3 system, which consists of three hydraulic tabs underneath the transom. When engaged, the plates generate yaw, list and draw on the preferred side of the boat to create a sculpted wake. For our test, we pumped the Tigé RZX3 full with 3,000 pounds of ballast, invited a crew of six on board, and easily set the TAPS 3 system to our liking. For wakeboarding, our test rider quickly noticed how big the wake was at 23.7 mph and 75 feet. (We tested this boat at 75 feet back.) Then she noted how firm it was, sporting a long transition leading to a peaky lip. TAPS truly lives up to its promises. Because of its sheer weight, the RZX3 handled well too. It did not list when pulling hard on the tower, thus keeping the wakes consistent and clean. The same proved true while slowing down to surfing speeds for a session.