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About super1990

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    Weekender
  • Birthday 11/15/1973

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Edmonton, AB, Canada
  • Interests
    Wake Surfing, Waterskiing, Jetskiing

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  • Boat
    Centurion Enzo SV230

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  1. I have had mine for 2 summers now on my Enzo. Such a great system.
  2. You have 6 blue plugs on that motor and water pump.
  3. I just did mine on a 2008 SV230. I thing I learned is to pull out the v-drive completely. They say you can do this job without pulling the v-drive but it will save you a lot of time and pain if you pull it out.
  4. I have had mine for 1 year now on a 2008 Enzo SV230 and I run both Enzo sacs full and about 500 bow weight and my push and length is longer level then listed. Check out my videos to see the wave.https://vimeo.com/172614995
  5. Can anyone give me the measurements of the FS44 Swim platform?. I have a 2008 Enzo sv230 and I would like to cut down my platform.
  6. Where can you order the newer style brackets ? Cost ?
  7. I do have one installed and i can honestly tell you I love it. Here are a few videos below.
  8. Acme 1579 vs 1433?

    I am pretty sure the 1433 is what I ran last year. I did get the burn on the bottom of my 2008 Enzo SV230 but it was minor. I really noticed a difference with the bigger diameter prop. I am now running the 1617 which is even a lower pitch and it works great for surfing but it does rev a bit on top end.
  9. I guess I will chime in here because I am running an 2008 Enzo SV230 with a customer Wave Control and Wing Plate. I run 2 enzo bags in each corner (1500 Pounds each) and a front Bag (500 Pounds) and I have found some interesting results. When I have a crew that surf both side we run 1200 even in both sides (Enzo Sacs) and 500 up front and just use the wave control to switch sides. I have found that the wave is very close to when I run listed but it seems to have a softer transition. When I am by myself I run 1500 on regular side and 600-800 on goofy side and 500 up front and just use the wave control to clean the wave. This seems to work the best. To sum up if money is not a problem i think the wave control is worth the money. Here are some videos below. Wave control Link https://www.wakemakers.com/wavecontrol Wave control Link https://www.wakemakers.com/wavecontrol
  10. I run an Enzo SV230 with Wave Control so I run 1500 on each side and 500 pounds in front and the boat surfs great. I can switch side to side with a wireless remote I carry when I surf. I have to say I like running the boat even when we have a bunch of people on the boat that surf both sides but when I am surfing by myself I get the best wave with the boat listed by running 1 x 1500 on the back that I'm surfing on and 500 pounds in the front. Centre plate 50% down.
  11. I have one installed and I love it. It's a but pricy but worth the money.
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