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sandiegoenzo

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About sandiegoenzo

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    San Diego

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  • Boat
    Centurion Enzo FX22
  1. Wake surfing with dolphins

    2 Videos Wakesurfing with Dolphins in San Diego - http://www.surfthirty.com/rippers---clients-with-surfing-experience.html 4th row of videos down on the page...
  2. My experience with my Enzo 230 operating in salt water was a challenge. In wakesurf operations, we often had the rear engine vents below the waterline, either underway, or when bouncing around. This allowed a large amount of salt water into the engine compartment. We went through 3 alternators last summer, in addition to many other issues. Have any other Enzo owners modified their boats to fix this problem? One thought that I had was to build a "ENGINE VENT EXTENDER" Think Mack truck exhaust system. It would take the vent vertical for 6-8 inches, and be fabricated our of PVC plastic. Another thought would be to vent the engine compartment at the top center of the rear, above the swim step. That spot never seems to submerge. Another thought would be to vent the engine compartment through the engine compartment covers (and through the padded surface)
  3. My experience with my Enzo 230 operating in salt water was a challenge. In wakesurf operations, we often had the rear engine vents below the waterline, either underway, or when bouncing around. This allowed a large amount of salt water into the engine compartment. We went through 3 alternators last summer, in addition to many other issues. Have any other Enzo owners modified their boats to fix this problem? One thought that I had was to build a "ENGINE VENT EXTENDER" Think Mack truck exhaust system. It would take the vent vertical for 6-8 inches, and be fabricated our of PVC plastic. Another thought would be to vent the engine compartment at the top center of the rear, above the swim step. That spot never seems to submerge. Another thought would be to vent the engine compartment through the engine compartment covers (and through the padded surface)
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