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About MobEnzo

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  • Birthday March 6

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    Minneapolis, Minnesota

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    Centurion Enzo SV216

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  1. VI24?

    Welcome back Troy! The crew is not as active as it was a few years ago... a lot of people in the fb groups. From what I’ve read in the fb group, VI is similar to FI as far as options. A little less ballast capacity due to lower freeboard. Sounds like hull is the same shape.
  2. Strange there is no ball valve in the hull. The ball valve is more to keep water out of the boat if something leaks. For just adding T and valve, it is not necessary. I wouldn’t add a check valve, because you don’t want to force hose water through the motor. You want the motor to pull the water through. I close the ball valve only for winterizing. It helps for winterizing too, to keep antifreeze from pouring out when running it through the motor. I do open the valve after for winter storage.
  3. Nice, glad you got it working! Maybe was stuck from drying out over winter. If you don’t know the last time the impeller was changed, it would be a good idea to check it out and/or replace. It’s a cheap and easy change to ensure it won’t leave you stranded or worse blow the engine. Enjoy your new boat!
  4. That sounds like the sea water pump location, which would be normal to be harder to turn. That is how water gets pumped through the motor for cooling. Should look similar to this, where two hoses are connected to it.
  5. Hmm... on the not starting symptoms. Seems like throttle or kill switch - which you said you messed with. I know guys on here have bypassed the kill switch after messing with a lot of things. Beep, and pump sound is normal, it is the fuel pump making the pump sound. I don’t think it’s fuse, because I don’t think you’d get any of the other things to happen, but I could be wrong. Regarding the valve, it looks like you’ve got it! Should be able to hook a hose up, Open the valve and turn on water. Water should come out bottom of boat intake. Once started motor should suck the water in and you won’t see much, if any, water coming out the bottom intake.
  6. Some people use a fake a lake. You suction it to the intake on the bottom of the boat. https://www.amazon.com/SeaSense-50073761-Seasense-In-Board-Flusher/dp/B002L557KK/ref=asc_df_B002L557KK/?tag=hyprod-20&linkCode=df0&hvadid=312065655587&hvpos=1o2&hvnetw=g&hvrand=2433200280163109152&hvpone=&hvptwo=&hvqmt=&hvdev=t&hvdvcmdl=&hvlocint=&hvlocphy=1019778&hvtargid=pla-521589544206&psc=1 I have never used one, I’ve seen some claims of them not working the greatest. I added a T and valve on the intake. Connect hose up, turn water on and fire it up. It also makes winterizing easier, for sucking anti freeze in. The flush kit you linked works similar. This thread has good info on t-valve.
  7. 2006 Avalanche

    I don’t have a heater, but believe they are almost all made by heatercraft. Could find your model here and looks like they have install guides online. https://heatercraft.com/collections/heaters-1 I know they use the engine block water to get the heat, may not be circulating the water?
  8. 2013 v227 hour meter question

    If my key is on acc, the hour meter will tick. I don’t need it on for any of the accessories, so hasn’t been an issue. I’m guessing they leave it on, but would depend how it’s wired. As stated, there’s an easy way to find out. Good luck!
  9. Welcome, this is the correct spot. What questions do you have and someone will help answer. Also the search may help in finding answers too.
  10. 2004 Typhoon 2nd plug

    It should be up by/in front of your v drive. Does your middle seat in back flip up? That is where mine is. I assume typhoon is similar.
  11. Air warrior is the trim package. It’s hard to read the black writing on the back side, but I think it says it is a Typhoon. I believe that is a shorter version of an Avalanche - 22ft vs 23ft. I’m not as familiar with those models, I know many surf the Avalanche. The walkthrough is in reference to the rear lockers. Some of the Avalanches have a walkthrough in the rear. This is less desirable for the goofy footed surfers, because you can’t fit larger ballast in it versus a locker. This boat does not have that issue... It looks like a clean boat!
  12. Hour meter

    Not sure how the newer boats are, but the hour meter typically will run if the key is on. I’ve been working on mine and heard the hour meter tick with the key in the on position. I don’t typically leave key on as I can listen to stereo without key on when floating. If it is a concern, a dealer can hook up to motor and get actual engine hours.
  13. Panel savers

    Here are mine. I didn’t use c channel, but the concept is the same.
  14. New Fi25

    I agree, I don’t actively check fb. I did join the groups this week, but I prefer the forum format vs endlessly scrolling.
  15. Belts and Pulleys

    Reviving this thread. I just ordered the dayco parts for 5.7 Black Scorpion. Interested how everything went with the folks on this thread if still active on here? Here’s what I ordered from Amazon: Dayco belt: 5060878 Dayco Pulley: 89009 Dayco Pulley: 89014 I’ll post up results of fitment after install. Thanks for the part number info!
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