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Willy.Fire

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About Willy.Fire

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    Centurion Avalanche C4
  1. Which Enzo for Tahoe??

    Go over to Centurion group on Facebook they will help you it more active
  2. Ditch those rear locker hard tanks if your plan is to surf. Use existing plumbing for new bags is the simplest.
  3. What is your ballast setup? Best I found without going to a custom sac or the Enzo sac is this. 1100 port locker 750 starboard locker 3-400 under or on port bench stock center ballast full 3-400 in bow shaper
  4. '09 Elite V C4: Best surf setup

    Take the 2 hard tanks out of the rear lockers. Replace them with 750 or 1100# bags. Use a shaper and fill both but leave a little out on the non surf side so it’s slightly listed. 250-400# up front will lengthen it. Fill your center.
  5. Hi there. I have a 07 Avalanche with side swipe. Like the sound of it but gets really annoying and most of the time going to be out with my family not just myself. Looking at getting these. Just wanted to make sure you never had any issues with them? I’d like to put them on both sides and quite everything done which I hope these will do. Also do they need screwed in or can they just sit in the exhaust pipes. Thanks
  6. Looking to buy

    I think it’s priced pretty decent but could probably offer even lower if the condition and history is good if it’s the black boat I’ve seen.
  7. I was going to put this in the bow https://www.wakemakers.com/fly-high-integrated-bow-sac.html and this under port side bench https://www.wakemakers.com/fly-high-tube-sac.html not sure if they would fill completely but when we put a 750 up front along with 400 on top of port seat that was the best wave we found with 2- 3 people on board More people less ballast. Really miss the avy ):
  8. That’s some low hours. Nice find. Pull the hard tanks and fill those lockers with ballast bags. As far as the 2nd door I’m assuming that’s so you open the top one then people can walk on the hard plastic staying off your vinyl while going in and out to the platform
  9. You can upgrade your pumps but would also need to increase your thru hull sizes to make them useful. As far as your steep wake I found with my old avy with just the rears full and center it was good but yes steep. Best we found was 1100 surf side rear. 750 non surf side rear. 400 under surf side bench and 400 in bow and center full with shaper non surf side. This was with 3-5 people. Maybe give wakemakers a call. I’ve browsed around on their site never ordered anything but they should have a idea of what all you would need to uograde your ballast.
  10. Upgrade the avy would be my vote. But all comes down to personal situation. If money wasn’t a issue I would be going new. For 10 tines a year the upgraded avy should do the trick for you. You won’t get all the money back that you put into in upgrades at the time you go to sell but the avy won’t depreciate much more if any. Not sure on a new boat some will hold their values ok but definitely not like the older deep v boats. But then again going new that isn’t a concern because money shouldn’t be the issue. Interested to see what you do.
  11. Buying first surf/board boat

    Did you buy the avy. Great boat and the wave will be nice once weighted
  12. Wakesurf Edge Pro vs Ronix Eight.3

    Has anyone compared the nauticurl to the homemade ones out there? Im using the standard homemade and i cant get it very far back on my avalanche the design of the nauticurl looks lie it would sit further back? Any thoughts?
  13. Nice. Appreciate the help. Yes the drain pump at rear makes a lot more sense since when full the boat will be sunk down at the back. Hope to get it all plumbed and put together right away and get this out on the lake to test it this week. Picked up wake shaper today I know a lot recommend going fully listed on Avalanche but wouldn’t mind both options so I can try different configurations.
  14. Yes it’s at bottom maybe 3/4” up from bottom seam. Think going to switch it around and put drain at stern and the pump can sit in engine bay.
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