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    Centurion Enzo 233
  1. question--how did you mount the swim ladder--did you put carriage bolts through the platform and if so, how did you cover them? The FAE looks like a nice add--no joke, it makes it noticeably quieter?
  2. It happened to me the first time I put my new 14 SV233 in the water a month or so ago and after a power-down on the batteries, it worked fine the next time and every time since.
  3. so what clearance did you have w/the 15" and what do you expect w/the mods and 15.5"?
  4. 2014 SV233 rear locker panel

    Thanks for the info--you mention two wing bolts/nuts holding down the walkthrough--I don't have that but do have two aluminum angle brackets (one on each side) with a ~1/2" hole at the left and right front corners of the walkthrough cavity, but nothing is or apparently goes through it--I figured it had something to do w/the initial shipment of the boat--all I have is the latch for each wing and the center latch for the walkover. The holes laterally through the lower track and the panels makes some sense to me so they don't pop out--added with the vertical stiffeners they should remain in place. In the bottom picture above, it appears to be a horizontal piece of angle on the opposite side of the stiffeners, presumably to support a shelf that covers the noodle gap?? An upper bracket holding the panels would sure be nice--makes no sense to have to hold your mouth just right to get the walkover down.
  5. 2014 SV233 rear locker panel

    Thanks--so several questions My engine cover doesn't have twist locks (it has the handle/clip for each bat-wing and one in the middle to lift the entire cover) so I'm a bit confused by "Each crossmember also has the plate for the engine cover twist lock to hold it down"? The last picture shows a horizontal piece of angle iron--is that to hold a shelf to cover the gap between the hard tank and the removable locker sides--this would be handy as the bag can slip down in there and likely is what pushed my panel and pulled the screws from the lower retainer grooved metal. Pictures of the top support installed will be helpful though--thanks a ton. Back to the shelf, that might also be helpful to see--seems like someone took stuff off my boat and never put it back--the setups you describe make sense for sure.
  6. 2014 SV233 rear locker panel

    Thanks--that sounds right to me. I've been trolling looking for engine pics of boats like mine but can't find any--does anyone have pics they can post? I'll be back at the lake this weekend and can take pics of mine then to illustrate whats up. That said, any clue where I could get some--I'm sure I can fabricate some but am curious how exactly they should connect front-back and where it locates relative to the lid. Thanks Volzalum for the quick reply!
  7. I have a newbie question for you guys. I just purchased a 2014 Enzo SV233 w/the PCM 409 engine--absolutely love it. One thing I note is the rear locker/engine panels are a pain when lowering the engine hatch--basically they must be manually located left/right so the tabs fit on either side of the hatch--does this sound correct? Sorry, I don't have pics, but when the rear hatch is up (both lockers and engine lid raised), the upper part of the locker panels is unsupported. It seems like there should be a bar mounted front-to-back so it doesn't require two folks to lower the lid and ensure both sides are properly located?? Also, when filling the rear bags, the starboard side panels blew inboard and pulled the bottom stainless channel from the boat (pulled the screws out). I'm guessing the rear panels need more support, ala some c-channel/angle/square tube screwed vertically to it?
  8. I have a newbie question for you guys. I just purchased a 2014 Enzo SV233 w/the PCM 409 engine--absolutely love it. One thing I note is the rear locker/engine panels are a pain when lowering the engine hatch--basically they must be manually located left/right so the tabs fit on either side of the hatch--does this sound correct? Sorry, I don't have pics, but when the rear hatch is up (both lockers and engine lid raised), the upper part of the locker panels is unsupported. It seems like there should be a bar mounted front-to-back so it doesn't require two folks to lower the lid and ensure both sides are properly located?? Also, when filling the rear bags, the starboard side panels blew inboard and pulled the bottom stainless channel from the boat (pulled the screws out). I'm guessing the rear panels need more support, ala some c-channel/angle/square tube screwed vertically to it?
  9. Hello--I'm new here. Just got a 2014 Enzo 233 and love it but am struggling with the stereo. It worked fine first day but second day, it began turning off/on/off/etc--so it would play for several seconds then go blank, followed by the CLARION scrolling, then blank again. After checking connections and fuses, disconnecting the remotes and no luck, I plugged in the battery charger and it behaved--and we ran for an hour or so that way, however it started resetting again. I tried the batter charger again but no luck so not sure if it was coincidence or not. Anyone ever seen a problem like this. The system is Wet Sounds amps, speakers and equalizer, two batteries and the battery selector switch. One thing interesting--beside the battery switch are two breakers, one for bilge and one for stereo. The white reset button on the stereo is a bit loose--not sure what its for though. It also looks like a real bi##$@ to get it out--any insight whether its worth taking apart? thanks
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