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  1. Engine compartment dividers

    If you look at the PDF attachment in the first post of the thread link below, there is a picture of the divider reinforcements that I had on my old Avy.
  2. Engine compartment dividers

    Through-bolt aluminum U-channel to the dividers for reinforcement. Otherwise, the ballast bags in the lockers can push/bend the dividers and dislodge them.
  3. Engine compartment dividers

    There are actually 4 of them in your boat. 2 large and 2 smaller forward. You can try calling centurion. They might be able to point you to a vendor. Otherwise, you’ll have to make them. I’d use plastic as thick as the U-channel on the floor will hold. I’d also reinforce them with U-channel aluminum on the engine side. 209-384-0255
  4. I’ve had good luck getting PCM parts from these guys: https://skidim.com/
  5. I’d try calling Centurion directly.
  6. Dial in my wave 04 SV230

    I haven’t heard much in terms using a wake shaper on an Enzo. My opinion is that you probably don’t need it. That Enzo hull likes to lean. Start by filling your Enzo sac on the port side, keeping the starboard empty, and running at 10.5 mph. You’ll probably end up needing more weight, but that will give you a good baseline to start from. Adding weight to the rear/under the port side seats will make the wave bigger. You can play with the speed too (I wouldn’t recommend over about 11), but if I recall correctly, 10.5 is what most of us were running with Avys/Enzos back in the day.
  7. I had luck finding a cover for my Avalanche with double-up tower back in the day with GreatLakesSkipper. They sell overstock OEM parts. SewLong out in Utah might be able to help you. If not, you can call Centurion and ask them who they used as their cover manufacturer back in ‘08. 209-384-0255
  8. I agree and meant to make a similar comment. I think it's a power issue more than a location issue as well. That said, I love my observer storage and would probably try to find another location. Especially considering that in that boat you're probably going to end up running bags under the seats and taking up that storage. Maybe try running the 10" above the dash by itself with your current amp bridged and see how that sounds? That is, unless you like the sub in the kick panel idea for aesthetics. In that case, just pair the sub and amp properly and you should be good to go. All that said, in full disclosure, I am by no means an audiophile. As long as it sounds good while sitting in the boat hanging out and I can hear it clearly while surfing, I try to stay out of the weeds on the audio stuff.
  9. My understanding is that the area behind the kick panel is not sealed. I do recall someone making a thread on here where they cut a square hole in the kick panel, made a box, and fiberglassing it back in place. That general area is where they put the sub in the new Supremes and Centurions. My ZS232 has a 12" Wetsounds sub there that is completely exposed on the back side when you lift the driver's side bow back rest, so I assume it is a free air sub. It was factory installed, so I don't know the model number, unfortunately. If you wanted to go that route, I'm sure you could call Wetsounds and get that model #/some recommendations.
  10. Maybe something like this? https://www.cutandcouple.com/product/material-suction-and-discharge-hose/?attribute_pa_hose-i-d=4&gad=1&gclid=Cj0KCQjwoeemBhCfARIsADR2QCsnNVPBAdd86cnrf4nd568rTae4yZNneciL7hMEgsLSC9F14A-YVtsaAh5CEALw_wcB
  11. You can cut a hole in the kick panel in front of the driver. Others have done it. It's fairly thick fiberglass and kind of a pain to cut through from what I understand, but can be done. It looks clean when done as well. If you go that route you'll also want to consider whether or not you're going to build an internal enclosure or go with a free-air sub. As an alternative, there is actually space above that kick panel/behind the dash for a sub. It's tight, but I had a 10" sub in a box in that location in my '07 Avy.
  12. Do you have a Nautique dealer, Centurion dealer, or other service shop that works on PCMs closer? It’s probably a sensor or something, but you’ll have to pull the DTC off the ECM to really know what’s going on.
  13. Are you referring g to the rear vents? maybe try Bakes Marine? I believe they at least used to sell them.
  14. Understood. Does your boat have quick surf tabs? I believe the later 226’s had tabs. That would make a difference. Also, think about person placement/weight. That can be a factor as well. If there is too much “person ballast” in the main cabin area, you might need to have a few jump in the bow.

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