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jame04 06-06-2010 8:58 AM

weighing a 2009 centurian
It has a good wake but wondering what you guys that Enzo them use for additional ballast. One thing is it does not have a front KGB stock so should we add weight up front?

bigshow 06-06-2010 9:52 AM

Words say wrong you backwards all.

jame04 06-06-2010 10:00 AM

that was helpful

It is a 23 Enzo

h20king 06-06-2010 11:21 AM

there is a ton of info at www.centurioncrew.com

bigshow 06-06-2010 1:28 PM

Two words " Ezno Sack". That's all you need for surfing. 2x on Centurion Crew.

jame04 06-06-2010 3:39 PM

its not my boat so just helping a friend. do the stock tanks need to come out for the sacks?

lakesurfer 06-06-2010 4:36 PM


1. Take out the rear and mid hard tanks and plug in 1,500lb Enzo sacs on each side (it is plug and play. If you have the mid tanks make sure there are two in/outs/over flows. If not have them install them so you can fill with both the rear and mid tank plumbing). This will give a nice wave. If you want it bigger add weight to the seat and a little weight to the nose. I know a few guys that run 300lbs in the opposite rear tank. They say it add a lot of push to the wave.

3. If you are running on the regular side, run with the wake plate level with the transom. If you are running on the goofy side, run with the wake plate all of the way down (you will need a trim tab or Switch Blade to clean up the goofy wake on Enzo)

2. go to www.centurioncrew.com. Very helpful site and the question has been answered in detail

Good Luck!

dreamer 06-07-2010 8:06 AM

If you want the bare minimum, throw a 750# sac in the surf side locker, then another 750# sac on the surf side seat and ride between 10 and 11mph. A large person on the surf side locker helps as well.

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