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Shaka

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Shaka last won the day on November 4 2018

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    Centurion Enzo SV230

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  1. News on this coming guys. Finalized the design which incorporates some of the latest touches. A-plates and double-wing stinger plates as well.
  2. Fi 25 on the way

    To Admin's credit I just got an invoice for the site which I promptly paid. This site has been a great resource. I'd like to see both the Facebook area and this area get a lot of traffic.
  3. Fi 25 on the way

    interestingly I've tried to re-up several times and it will not let me. Messages to admin do not get a reply. I can't post pics either but not for a lack of trying.
  4. Zs232 opinions

    SE, SA, and SL are all fine surf boats you just have to set them up properly. Any boat is susceptible to weight distribution and fluctuating crew numbers.. The key is as you spend time with said boat you can compensate easily and adjust. I haven't driven or surfed the Makai but I wouldn't kick that boat out of bed for eating crackers. I'd add some ballast and figure it out. I think that Centurion beats the Supra/Moomba with their hull shape and surf system.
  5. They look exactly like the ones on the website only they have a cutout to accommodate the swim platform bracket mounting area. The SV series tabs hinges are welded to the tab rather than bolted on because there is no need to be universal. I used my SV230 to design them. The transom of your boat and mine are exactly the same so they are a direct fit.
  6. Those tabs will not work on an SV230 due to the swim platform bracket mounting area. Whatever tab you use (except GoSurfAssist as they are long not wide) will need to take that into account. My company produces a watersports trim tab that is designed around the SV boats. We also make a universal version. The tab for the SV boats isn't on the website but it can be ordered through me. Both the universal and SV editions have some upgrades over the Supreme style tabs. https://infinity-wave-mfg.myshopify.com/?fbclid=IwAR0nD3uUKvrbN6mDcD-SredPv2I-pEMzmgkUOmyIA-rCtvrXad7b5lVFqYc
  7. Hmmm, I've never had trouble getting pm's. You can reach me at shakarocks@hotmail.com. We are still setting up our website and haven't set up email yet. Calling the number on the page will also work although you will get Rob. I don't have a ton of pics of the SV setup. However, I get a great goofy wave. I'll see if I can find some pics.
  8. Our system is simple. Two rocker switches similar to what is in most cars. It's super-easy to hold one down and pull the other up when you want to do a transition. It's also easy to dial in. On that particular Malibu you hold the switch down for a count of three and you are pretty much dialed in. My SV230 is the same. Every boat is a little different but once you figure out the adjustment for your boat it becomes second nature in a big hurry. I've found that around ten degrees down angle is about right on both the SV and the Malibu. The tab will hot deploy all the way down unless you decide to do that. We could have designed an automatic switching system but one of the goals was to have a design provided more benefit to the boat than just simply achieving a surf wave. These are great at tuning wakes for everything from wakeboarding to tubing. They also work as trim tabs. In order to do these things we wanted simple manual control of each tab. My family's boat growing up had dual tabs on the back and we used it to create giant wakes for maximum kneeboard air and to prevent bow rise when trying to get a slalom skier up quickly. The tabs were incredibly useful in the terrible conditions that can occur in places like Lake Powell. Our new tabs do all this and help create a great surf wave.
  9. https://infinity-wave-mfg.myshopify.com/?fbclid=IwAR0nD3uUKvrbN6mDcD-SredPv2I-pEMzmgkUOmyIA-rCtvrXad7b5lVFqYc We have a version of our universal watersport trim tabs specifically designed for SV series boats. The universal version will not work on SV boats because of the swim platform mounting location extends to the bottom of the hull. I did an SV version that takes this into account.
  10. I can get you one made. Infinity Wave will be offering A plates as well as double wing plates on one-off basis.
  11. 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.
  12. 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.
  13. 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.
  14. Removing Side Swipe

    I just ordered what was in the other thread.
  15. 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.
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