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  • Boat
    Centurion Enzo 244
  1. Put the 1847 prop back on the boat and it ran beautifully. No issues with ballast full and a crew of 4 adults. Plenty of power. I am going to run it next weekend with a full crew of 10 adults and full ballast and see how she runs.
  2. Thanks for the informaiton. I put the 1847 back on and I am going to see what happens. I also talked to the engineer at ACME and he also said the 1617 prop would be a good prop for the added weight we will just lose some fuel economy.
  3. The lake we go to most of the time is @1500 ft elevation. Saturday we were @3600 ft. elevation.
  4. While surfing they were running abourt 4400 RPM's
  5. I just sold my 2007 Avalanche that we loved. The only reason we sold it is because our family outgrew it. We purchased a 2014 Enzo SV244. We took it out to the lake on Saturday and did some surfing. It seemed like the RPM's were running really high. While surfing with 9 people on the boat and the both port and starboard ramfills full, running at 11.2 mph it was running about 4,400 RPM.s. The boat has the PCM ZR450 in it and has a 2079 prop currenlty. Any idea what the RPM's should be? We surfed for about 4 hours plus some travel time on the lake and burned through 72 gallons of fuel. Do i need to look at a different prop and or should I take the boat in and have it looked at? I also have the 1847 stock prop for it and was thinking of swapping them out and seeing if it made a difference. I am going to go out again on Saturday with a smaller crew and pay more attention to RMP's at WOT etc... Anyone that has the same boat.. let me know any tricks or what i need to be doing to dial in the surf wake as well.
  6. I just sold my 2007 Avalanche that we loved. The only reason we sold it is because our family outgrew it. We purchased a 2014 Enzo SV244. We took it out to the lake on Saturday and did some surfing. It seemed like the RPM's were running really high. While surfing with 9 people on the boat and the both port and starboard ramfills full, running at 11.2 mph it was running about 4,400 RPM.s. The boat has the PCM ZR450 in it and has a 2079 prop currenlty. Any idea what the RPM's should be? We surfed for about 4 hours plus some travel time on the lake and burned through 72 gallons of fuel. Do i need to look at a different prop and or should I take the boat in and have it looked at? I also have the 1847 stock prop for it and was thinking of swapping them out and seeing if it made a difference. I am going to go out again on Saturday with a smaller crew and pay more attention to RMP's at WOT etc... Anyone that has the same boat.. let me know any tricks or what i need to be doing to dial in the surf wake as well.
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