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  1. We have a 2010 Centurion Enzo SV240 and love it! We've always been able to get a great regular (port) side wave, but have had trouble getting a goofy wave until we got a Mission Delta wakeshaper. We still list the boat when we use the Mission Delta (so we fill the starboard enzo sack and center tank, and move all of our lead to the starboard side), and we get a great wave that has a lot of push. But...we get an annoying spray from the swim platform that we'd like to remedy. How have others with older Enzos dealt with this? Thanks. Don
  2. We have a 2010 Centurion Enzo SV240 and love it! We've always been able to get a great regular (port) side wave, but have had trouble getting a goofy wave until we got a Mission Delta wakeshaper. We still list the boat when we use the Mission Delta (so we fill the starboard enzo sack and center tank, and move all of our lead to the starboard side), and we get a great wave that has a lot of push. But...we get an annoying spray from the swim platform that we'd like to remedy. How have others with older Enzos dealt with this? Thanks. Don
  3. I have a 2010 Enzo (SV 240), and I’ve traditionally listed the boat and gotten a killer port-side wave, but I could never get a good goofy wave. So I have been trying the Mission Delta, and I need help. I tried the Delta with all of the weight evenly distributed, but found that the device works better on my boat with some listing. With listing, I can get a pretty good goofy wave but I need to go 13.6 mph to get the wave to clean up. It’s long, but I have to be full-throttle on the surfboard to keep up with the wave. My regular-side wave shapes up nicely at 11.2 mph. Questions: Has anyone had great success surfing the goofy side using the Delta (assuming you have an Enzo with the standard prop rotation)? If so, how do you set the boat up? Have you found more luck with one of the other suction cup devices? Do you put lead in the rear storage compartments (I used to do this before I started trying the Delta) Do you have any photos of your wave? Here’s my setup to surf the goofy side: Bow: 590 lbs (350lbs sac and 240lbs lead evenly distributed) Center tank: full Rear storage: 1400lb Enzo sacks on each side – 100% full on goofy (starboard) side, 70% full on port side. Listing weight: 720 lbs lead on goofy side (360lbs on rear seat on goofy side, 360lbs lead behind driver’s seat) Thanks!
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