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Matt in 208

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About Matt in 208

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    Centurion Enzo SV230
  1. 2004 SV230 Surfing

    Tell me more about this a-plate. I have people who can build it for me, with Lazzzersss and stuff. Do you know what size and shape ot should be? Thanks
  2. Hello everyone, I am sure if I searched I would find this answer, but who has that much free time. Bought a 2004 SV230 last October and spent the winter getting it ready for summer here in Idaho. I put an 1150 pound bag in each locker, modified a suck gate from an old wake setter to fit my Enzo hull and fixed the perfect pass. So getting a big wave doesn't seem to be my issue. Last weekend I had both lockers full, perfect pass set at 10.3, rpm's were about 4200, I had additional human weight mid ship of about 600 lbs and 350-400 lbs of human in the bow and I was surfing with no rope without an issue on my Hyper lite Skim 5.3, but I am not a small person 6'2" 260 lbs of line backer. so the question is?? for those who know, how do I make the pocket bigger, longer and more playful? less bow weight, more stern weight Accepting all advice. Thanks...
  3. Hello everyone, I am sure if I searched I would find this answer, but who has that much free time. Bought a 2004 SV230 last October and spent the winter getting it ready for summer here in Idaho. I put an 1150 pound bag in each locker, modified a suck gate from an old wake setter to fit my Enzo hull and fixed the perfect pass. So getting a big wave doesn't seem to be my issue. Last weekend I had both lockers full, perfect pass set at 10.3, rpm's were about 4200, I had additional human weight mid ship of about 600 lbs and 350-400 lbs of human in the bow and I was surfing with no rope without an issue on my Hyper lite Skim 5.3, but I am not a small person 6'2" 260 lbs of line backer. so the question is?? for those who know, how do I make the pocket bigger, longer and more playful? less bow weight, more stern weight Accepting all advice. Thanks...
  4. Hello everyone, I am sure if I searched I would find this answer, but who has that much free time. Bought a 2004 SV230 last October and spent the winter getting it ready for summer here in Idaho. I put an 1150 pound bag in each locker, modified a suck gate from an old wake setter to fit my Enzo hull and fixed the perfect pass. So getting a big wave doesn't seem to be my issue. Last weekend I had both lockers full, perfect pass set at 10.3, rpm's were about 4200, I had additional human weight mid ship of about 600 lbs and 350-400 lbs of human in the bow and I was surfing with no rope without an issue on my Hyper lite Skim 5.3, but I am not a small person 6'2" 260 lbs of line backer. so the question is?? for those who know, how do I make the pocket bigger, longer and more playful? less bow weight, more stern weight Accepting all advice. Thanks...
  5. Hello everyone, I am sure if I searched I would find this answer, but who has that much free time. Bought a 2004 SV230 last October and spent the winter getting it ready for summer here in Idaho. I put an 1150 pound bag in each locker, modified a suck gate from an old wake setter to fit my Enzo hull and fixed the perfect pass. So getting a big wave doesn't seem to be my issue. Last weekend I had both lockers full, perfect pass set at 10.3, rpm's were about 4200, I had additional human weight mid ship of about 600 lbs and 350-400 lbs of human in the bow and I was surfing with no rope without an issue on my Hyper lite Skim 5.3, but I am not a small person 6'2" 260 lbs of line backer. so the question is?? for those who know, how do I make the pocket bigger, longer and more playful? less bow weight, more stern weight Accepting all advice. Thanks...
  6. Hello everyone, I am sure if I searched I would find this answer, but who has that much free time. Bought a 2004 SV230 last October and spent the winter getting it ready for summer here in Idaho. I put an 1150 pound bag in each locker, modified a suck gate from an old wake setter to fit my Enzo hull and fixed the perfect pass. So getting a big wave doesn't seem to be my issue. Last weekend I had both lockers full, perfect pass set at 10.3, rpm's were about 4200, I had additional human weight mid ship of about 600 lbs and 350-400 lbs of human in the bow and I was surfing with no rope without an issue on my Hyper lite Skim 5.3, but I am not a small person 6'2" 260 lbs of line backer. so the question is?? for those who know, how do I make the pocket bigger, longer and more playful? less bow weight, more stern weight Accepting all advice. Thanks...
  7. Hello everyone, I am sure if I searched I would find this answer, but who has that much free time. Bought a 2004 SV230 last October and spent the winter getting it ready for summer here in Idaho. I put an 1150 pound bag in each locker, modified a suck gate from an old wake setter to fit my Enzo hull and fixed the perfect pass. So getting a big wave doesn't seem to be my issue. Last weekend I had both lockers full, perfect pass set at 10.3, rpm's were about 4200, I had additional human weight mid ship of about 600 lbs and 350-400 lbs of human in the bow and I was surfing with no rope without an issue on my Hyper lite Skim 5.3, but I am not a small person 6'2" 260 lbs of line backer. so the question is?? for those who know, how do I make the pocket bigger, longer and more playful? less bow weight, more stern weight Accepting all advice. Thanks...
  8. Hello everyone, I am sure if I searched I would find this answer, but who has that much free time. Bought a 2004 SV230 last October and spent the winter getting it ready for summer here in Idaho. I put an 1150 pound bag in each locker, modified a suck gate from an old wake setter to fit my Enzo hull and fixed the perfect pass. So getting a big wave doesn't seem to be my issue. Last weekend I had both lockers full, perfect pass set at 10.3, rpm's were about 4200, I had additional human weight mid ship of about 600 lbs and 350-400 lbs of human in the bow and I was surfing with no rope without an issue on my Hyper lite Skim 5.3, but I am not a small person 6'2" 260 lbs of line backer. so the question is?? for those who know, how do I make the pocket bigger, longer and more playful? less bow weight, more stern weight Accepting all advice. Thanks...
  9. Hello everyone, I am sure if I searched I would find this answer, but who has that much free time. Bought a 2004 SV230 last October and spent the winter getting it ready for summer here in Idaho. I put an 1150 pound bag in each locker, modified a suck gate from an old wake setter to fit my Enzo hull and fixed the perfect pass. So getting a big wave doesn't seem to be my issue. Last weekend I had both lockers full, perfect pass set at 10.3, rpm's were about 4200, I had additional human weight mid ship of about 600 lbs and 350-400 lbs of human in the bow and I was surfing with no rope without an issue on my Hyper lite Skim 5.3, but I am not a small person 6'2" 260 lbs of line backer. so the question is?? for those who know, how do I make the pocket bigger, longer and more playful? less bow weight, more stern weight Accepting all advice. Thanks...
  10. Hello everyone, I am sure if I searched I would find this answer, but who has that much free time. Bought a 2004 SV230 last October and spent the winter getting it ready for summer here in Idaho. I put an 1150 pound bag in each locker, modified a suck gate from an old wake setter to fit my Enzo hull and fixed the perfect pass. So getting a big wave doesn't seem to be my issue. Last weekend I had both lockers full, perfect pass set at 10.3, rpm's were about 4200, I had additional human weight mid ship of about 600 lbs and 350-400 lbs of human in the bow and I was surfing with no rope without an issue on my Hyper lite Skim 5.3, but I am not a small person 6'2" 260 lbs of line backer. so the question is?? for those who know, how do I make the pocket bigger, longer and more playful? less bow weight, more stern weight Accepting all advice. Thanks...
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