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I've been scouring this forum to find as many goofy wave video, pics and setups, and can't find that many. I figured it'd be cool to start a thread where people can show off their goofy wave and what their setup is. It could also help any newcomers or others trying to get their goofy wave setup the best they can.
Hey all, new boat owner and happy to be part of the Centurion family. Just purchased a 2016 Centurion Enzo SV244 a month ago and have about 42 hrs on it. Getting a GREAT surf wave for left foot forward surfers (which is nice because everyone in my family surfs that side) but REALLY struggling to get a good enough wave with some push for my goofy footed friends. Kind of frustrating, seeing that my goofy footed friends have all wrigged up their much older boats and have a much better goofy wave. The wave is clean but I just can't seem to get it steep enough and definitely does not have the curl like my regular side. Any recommendations for setup? (CATS, Tabs, QuickSurf, etc) Spent an hour last night just tinkering with all of the different settings and still can't get a great wave. Thanks
I know this has been asked before but I can not clean my goofy side up. I have tried different speeds and tab settings. I have the SQF,PNP, center,and S mid PNP filled at 100%. It appears that the asymmetrical plate will fix the problem.... Does anyone else have any other suggestions? Thanks
roadbkrkv1 posted a topic in Centurion Boats General DiscussionHello, I am selling my 99 Malibu Sunseter VLX with SV23 Wake Hull (same hull as Wakesetter till 2005) for a budget surf boat. I currently have my boat set-up with 600#'s in each rear corner, 500# in front under bow seating, and surf gates. The boat does produce a good wave that is easily surfed ropeless on a smaller board… but I want a much better wave! I need a boat that will throw a great goofy wave, be more comfortable in the chop, and more spacious. I have narrowed the search down to the Avalanche C4, an Enzo with reversed prop rotation (I have seen many of these around the same price as the Avalanche C4), and some Tige models such as the 22V, and maybe an RZ2. My budget is up to 39000. Since my wife will be driving and is comfortable driving a balanced weighted boat, I don't want to have to list the boat to extreme angles to get great results. That will freak my wife out! Have any recommendations?? Thanks guys!
Donnieb posted a topic in Centurion Boats General DiscussionI’ve read a lot of posts where people say you need a reverse prop rotation to get a good goofy wake. Well, I’ve heard that, with the new 2012 Enzo 244’s, the regular and goofy wakes are both great – that Centurion has fixed this issue. All one has to do is make a one-time minor adjustment to the rudder (???) with an Allen wrench and then you don’t have to mess with it again. Does anyone have experience with this? Thanks.
I hate to hear that people are winterizing their boats. We went out Sunday at Lake LBJ here near Austin Texas and the water was 79 and the air was 85. We had the best wave on the boat so far. We surf goofy side and had a 750 in the rear locker, the stock 250 center, a 750 on the rear floor, a 400 on the side seat behind the driver, and a 400 on the floor in the bow plus 3 11 year old kids moving around. Hope everyone has a great winter. Thanks for all of the help this summer!