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Old     (cassidyb)      Join Date: Feb 2012       07-25-2013, 3:38 PM Reply   
Wanted to seek everybody's input on building a system for the above mentioned boat. End goal is to get the best surf wave possible, be completely automated, and no sacs on seats. The boat has the stock hard tanks so the initial thought is to remove those and add enzo sacs to both the lockers. I would also like to add extra reversible pumps to both sides to reduce fill and drain times, also thinking about adding another sac under the clam shell. In regards to going with 2 sacs on the port side as opposed to a longer custom sac, i spoke to a guy at wakermakers today and it was actually his recommendation to go that route because the custom sacs are upwards of 900-1000. How much bow weight do these enzos need? should i plan on adding a plumbed sac or will human ballast be enough?

any other thoughts or considerations? Im in denver where there is no centurion dealership, all the other dealerships have declined to do the install because of liability, i have been referred to a place called Liquid Powersports in Fort Collins, anybody have any experience with them?

 
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