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About Shaka

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    Centurion Enzo SV230

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  1. Winterize-Do I Need To

    You should probably winterize. If the power goes out during one of our extended cold spells you are at risk.
  2. 2006 Enzo storm

    Have this boat. Ripped out the hard tanks and replaced with sacks. If you surf goofy do the Asymmetrical wakeplate mod. The SV230 is the original surf boat and still hangs with the new boats.
  3. It looks like the SV and the Avy C4 have the same area down there to fit a plate. If you have a fixed plate you may need to fill the holes and redrill for the new plate. The only other issues are that the exhaust is right on top of the wings.
  4. Removing Side Swipe

    I just ordered what was in the other thread.
  5. I've set up production on these and will be offering for sale soon. The initial design is for the SV series boats but I think it will fit on an Avy. I sent the plans to a friend wth an Avy to make sure.
  6. So this gets tricky. If you want to keep listing your boat then build an Asymmetrical wakeplate. This will clean up the goofy side. If you want to do a surf system you will need a double wing plate as you will be weighting more evenly. The double wing clears up some prop wash that becomes a problem when weighting more evenly. At least that's how it works on the SV boats. I'd wager it will be the same on an Avy.
  7. That's what I found with mine. I think my hull is 18 degrees but I ended up with the wing at 21. So much better now. Also I'm building both an A plate and a double wing plate for those who might want one. Two styles depending on if you have the existing Bennett actuators or need a lenco to run the plate.
  8. Agreed with above. Get your prop fixed.
  9. It's a wind dam used to block the wind when cruising.
  10. Typhoon vs Enzo 240

    It cost me about $120 to have a plate made. There are instructions on this site.
  11. Typhoon vs Enzo 240

    Don't add a Lenco tab. Get an . Asymmetrical wakeplate fabricated. It will help your goofy side. Use a Lenco actuator. If you want a surf system I can help with that.
  12. Typhoon vs Enzo 240

    Does the Typhoon have the walkthrough? If so I wouldn't. My friend with the SV240 trailers with the Switchblade. You can insert silencers in the pipes to lessen the noise of the Sideswipe. Works great. The Skylon towers crack and break. Unless you know a good welder who can re-enforce it it will continue to do so. The tower on the Enzo is much better.
  13. Cracked Evolution Tower

    My favorite aftermarket is the Roswell Aerial. To me it looks the most like something that would be on a Centurion. It's also used by Moomba.
  14. My platform sags a bit on one side. The part of the bracket that attaches to the transom is slightly bent. It's tough to see unless you remove it from the boat.
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