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Jimrowe0    2
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Just picked up an 07 enzo sv240 with the switchblade.   I'm probably going to take off the switchblade set-up and just use ballast and asymmetrical plate.   Can I remove the whole system with wiring, controls, etc without any issues?   How involved is removing everything?    Has anyone here done this that can offer any insight?  

 

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h20king    773

Sure you can remove it. I have not removed one but have installed one. Problem you are going to run into is what to do with the 4  9/16" holes left in the transoms. They go all the way through and are located below the water line not to mention the 1/4" holes In the transom that the wires pass through. 

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Jimrowe0    2

I would imagine they could be filled by a fiberglass person?

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h20king    773

Yes if you want it to look right if you don't care  bolts and 5200.

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Jimrowe0    2

 With the asymmetrical plate Can it be fixed or does it need to be adjustable?   I could leave everything there and just take off the blade and install an asymmetrical plate but I would image It would need to be fixed.

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h20king    773

  Work in reserve. If you're switchblade came stock from the factory you will have no trim tab though 

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Jimrowe0    2
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Thanks.  Can anyone comment on an asymmetrical plate and if it be can be fixed position?   There is a standard fixed plate mounted below the switchblade.  

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h20king    773

Yes you can do a fixed asymmetrical plate do a search there should be a old thread somewhere I believe darksider did a thread. You have the blade why not try it first? It's a pain but it works

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Jimrowe0    2

Because it’s a pain like you said and the drag it creates when going faster and docking, we also will be trailering our boat next year.  We will probably try it a little through the end of year since removal can’t happen until winter. 

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super1990    18

I just left my hardware on the boat and just pulled off the blade. I put on a surf system and built a centre plate just short of the switchblade hardware. It works great.

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