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V232 For Surfing "Goofy"

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tombugg418    0
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Hi,

It has been a few years for me on here, we recently sold our SV232 Enzo that we loved while living in Ca (didn't need a boat to surf) We are back in Phx AZ so we are in the market for a new (to us) boat, not interested in spending $100K-$200K. looking to keep it under 40K, If I can find an early 226 I will be stoked but they are far and few between. A brief history: I put a lot into our Enzo to be an epic goofy wave (Full Enzo ballast, right hand rotation V-Drive & prop) 

I have found a few great deals on low hr V232's but can't seem to find anything on setting them up for the "dark-side" There has to be peeps on here that are producing a killer wake on the dark side / goofy / right side / starboard side.. whatever you want to call it.. Is changing the rotation the only way??

The other question I have; Is there a difference between the S and V boats on the bottom part of the hull? 

Thanks for any help

 

Tom Bugg

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h20king    794
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Yes completely different hull. I would shift your search to a v226 or centurion avalanche but think you are going to be hard pressed to find a nice one in your price range. Up your budget to 55k and more options become available. New boat prices have gone up so it has driven up used boat prices. 

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