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2005 Centurion Cyclone C4
The little brother of the Avalanche C4, the Cyclone C4 combines high performance handling and wakeboarding in a 208 package. And the smaller size does not mean smaller wakes! The Cyclone C4 lets wakeboarders and wakesurfers of all ages and talent levels perform maneuvers that will make you the envy of everybody on the lake. The deep V-bottom hull gives the Cyclone a launch ramp wake as well as a sporty and smooth ride even in the roughest conditions. A perfect entry level wakesport boat in both performance and price.
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The cyclone c4 is no doubt a decent boat for the money. but if prema zipp's deciding factor between a merc. or indmar motor was a merc. then he obviously has had no experience with with in board motors. mercruiser may have a good name in boating. but they have failed to update their oldschool techniques in inboard manufacturing. Indmar is one of the worlds leading producers in inboard manufacturing and they use use newer and greater techbology every year. so please study the boat you buy before you go brag about it.
Reviewer: David DeBettignies
I just bought this boat, I have one center balist tank that weighs 400lbs. With just that the wake is pretty huge. We add two fat sacks in the left and right storage areas that added another 700lbs. With that the wake is frickin huge. This boat handles very well on choppy water and runs very smooth. For the price, GREAT boat!!!
Reviewer: prema zipp
I had the 3-tank ballast installed (650 center and 2x250 side tanks) and I have a 350lb fat sac in front of the rear bench seat for 1500lbs. Wake is huge, not a ton of tranny but not like hitting a wall either, with plenty of vert at the lip. 70' seems to be a good rope length. I can't comment on the long term value of the boat but I am more than satisfied with the purchase. The other boat I was considering was the Supra 21V. Deciding factors were Merc. vs Indmar, hard vs. bag ballast tanks, and finally wake shape.
Reviewer: old skool bob
A compact package competing with the 'Bu vRide and MC X2. High in value, good fit and finish. Typifes a no-nonsense philosophy and execution. Less of a pimp and frills approach. Wake is lippy (more vert oriented) with a nice, fun pop. Playing with weight/trim can add some ramp. Don't need a three stage rocker on this wake. Performance is outstanding, particularly in choppy water where other boats begin to pound. There is a reason Centurion's market share is climbing rapidly.
Reviewer: Shon G.
The boat is off the hook for what it is. Put enough weight in it and the wake is huge. I use it for my school and for personal. A great boat for the price.
very good value. Not a pro caliber wake, but then again, very few of us are pro caliber riders. good clean construction. fit and finish is very nice. easy to see dash. nice options packages without all the BS that is not needed. You won't be disappointed.