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  1. Does anyone have a wiring diagram for the 1996 Ski Centurion Sport Bowrider? I just bought one and I am finding that the electrical has been hacked a bit. Any help would be greatly appreciated. It appears to have a veritcal row of buttons with various labels that have worn off. None of the buttons do anything. There is a row of switches Labeled Blower, Bilge, NAV, ANC, ACC, Some switches light up and it seems the only ones that work are the blower and the bilge. I replaced the switches on those two so far. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you in advance.
  2. I Just picked up a 1991 Centurion Falcon open bow I bent the prop shaft and can't find any information on the correct size shaft I need there are a ton of falcon shafts out there but none of them match what I measured which is 51"L X 1" o.d I have never heard of a 1" o.d shaft every falcon shaft online ebay etc. are all 1" 1/8 so any help out there as to the size I need or locating a new or used shaft would greatly be appreciated!
  3. Looking for new carpet for our boat,any ideas where to buy snap in carpet for this model. Thanks
  4. I just bought a used 2013 SV233 (343 PCM) with 4,200 lbs of total ballast that has 70 hours on it. Bought it from a reputable seller. All mechanical etc checked out fine. I have owned 2 Crownline I/O bowriders. The first a 18' Crownline 180 and still currently have the 2003 Crownline 208LX. Attached are pics of my current crownline and my new SV233. I bought the SV233 because I wanted a boat that can take a wave almost as good as a bowrider but will bring the best all-around experience for all the water sports (tube, ski, wakeboard and wakesurf). I am 48 and took up wakeboarding up 3 year ago and love it, but can be stressful on a 48 year old body. Recently went to FL and visited a wakesurf camp and loved it and decided to upgrade to an inboard. What are the top things you would recommend I know about my new SV233 before I go on the water? Any input would would be great from the community. Thanks in advance!
  5. Hi Centurion Crew! I am searching for a late 80's to Mid 90's Ski Centurion Falcon (Open Bow). I am located in Portland, Oregon but I am not afraid to have the right boat shipped. + If you happen to own a Open Bow Centurion drop me a line (Even if you are not ready to sell). I'm not in a rush. Just looking for the right Falcon. + If you happen to know someone who owns a Falcon BowRider please share this wanted ad with them. + As long as the "gel coat" is serviceable I am not afraid of a project. (Mechanical, Interior, Etc.) In case you were wondering. I have $CASH$ (I do not require a loan). Thank you for your time and thank you for reading. PS - I am not interested in a closed bow boat. Why a Centurion? I worked on a lake when I was in High School. I was delivering a Centurion to a customers home and it stalled while docking. I put my legs out so the bow wouldn't hit. I have a pretty nice scar on my calf from that day. Flash forward 20 years and I started thinking about an older ski boat that I could make perfect. Of course .......It has to be a Centurion.
  6. I bought this boat 3 years ago and have been doing all of the ignored maintenance from the previous owner. The boat runs amazing but this year I took it out and the steering is extremely tight. I am going to start the troubleshooting tomorrow to make sure it is the cable and not something else. Where should I start with this? Is it possibly dry rudder shaft? The boat has never been beached and never hit any debris in the lake. Also I have the paddlewheel speedometer, is there any adjustment other than the 2 knobs on the dash or is it just the way it is for the speedometers to never sync?
  7. Hi Everybody, I'm new to the forum here and I'm hoping you might have some input that could help me with my boat shopping. I was on the verge of buying an 80's closed bow ski boat when the wife popped in and said that if we get a boat it has to be a walk thru open bow. Not just open bow, but a walk thru open bow. So now I'm on the hunt. I'm looking for a boat that is first and foremost a walk thru open bow, but on my end, I want the best slalom boat that I can buy while still satisfying her walk thru open bow requirement. I had it narrowed down to a 93-97 malibu echelon LX or a 92-95 Mastercraft prostar 205. Then I'm browsing ads and seeing a bunch of centurions for sale with walk thru open bows and I'm wondering to myself how good the slalom wake is. The trouble I'm having is in finding any information on the old centurions like magazine reviews, articles, or even a brochure. Do any of you know where I can get information on the old 90's centurions? Otherwise, do any of you know what centurion open bow is the best for slalom, and if it is better than or the same as the two boats mentioned above? below are the links to 3 boats that are catching my eye right now. Thanks for any input you might have. Scott http://www.sunsetmotorsid.com/newandusedcars.aspx http://www.ksl.com/index.php?nid=218&ad=21513146&cat=147&lpid=0&search=centurion http://www.ksl.com/index.php?nid=218&ad=21626320&cat=147&lpid=0&search=centurion

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