I asked Kevin this yesterday. Appreciated the input. Thought I'd throw this up to any other Enzo owners who are monkeying around with ballasts/wake shape, etc. Basically, I have an '04 Enzo SV230 and I'm pondering upgrading my weighting/wakeshaping. Currently,I have a stock 250# hard tank in the starboard rear compartment, and since we surf, I have a 750# fat sac on the port rear (I feel them both until the hard tank is full; that way my wakeboarding wake is the same on both sides). Anyway, what if:
1) I install a switchblade? Can I even retro-fit a switchblade? How would that effect my wake, and do you like it?
2) Instead of the switchblade, what if I removed the hard tank, moved the 750# fat sac to the starboard v-drive storage area, and put an "Enzo sac" in the port side (to increase surf wake; again, I'll just fill them equally for wakeboarding...slightly over-filling the enzo sac, then bleeding it as I see fit to equalize the sides of the wake).
3) I have no weight up front. If I add weight up there, will it affect the peakiness of my wake? i.e. what would adding weight up front do?
4) I have the manual wakeplate, that is all the way up, and I've never adjusted. Would having a powered bennett plate help me to accomplish some desired wake-shaping (instead of a swithchblade).
Thanks for all the advice (hopefully this doesn't get hijacked by non-Centurion folks...)