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Centurion Boats Enzo SV240 2007

January 1, 2007
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Wakeboard Boat Review

If you loved Centurion’s Enzo SV230, you’re in luck, because this year there’s even more of the Enzo’s edgy style and killer wakes to go around. The all-new Enzo SV240 has got all the attitude of its little brother, plus a foot more length and twice as much ballast capacity–making this monster the biggest setup in Centurion’s entire line.

Hull: This boat is built on the same wake-specific hull as the SV230, but it’s a foot longer. The deep-V shape helps it plow through choppy conditions, and the extra heft of this larger model makes it even more solid through double-ups.

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Ballast: The standard setup comes with two midship tanks, but if you upgrade to the optional dual rear and center tanks, you’ll have 1,060 pounds spread across the hull of this boat. And considering that’s in addition to the SV240’s 4,600-pound dry weight, this boat is ready to churn up some big ones.

Tower: The standard setup of this boat equips it with the Evolution tower, a black powder-coated sweeping design that can be upgraded with chrome front supports and outfitted with swivel racks, lights and speakers. The optional Tribal tower features aluminum tubing and the same optional accessories.

Wake shaper: Set the standard adjustable plate before you head out to get the wake shape you want. And if you upgrade to the Switchblade, you can adjust the foil on the fly to displace water and increase the size of those wakes.

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Seating: Finding a comfortable place to sit isn’t a problem in this boat. Between the wraparound lounge with sports-car-style pleated seat panels, the wide-open bow, and the optional Matrix driver’s seat Ð with an extra-high back, a bolster, swivel controls and a heater–everyone on board will feel like they’ve got the best seat on the boat.

THE WAKE

Load up this boat and go. It can handle a lot of weight and still perform. The wake shape is clean, with a defined lip at the top. Be sure to fine-tune your line length–even 21Ú2 feet will make a big difference.

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SPECS

PEOPLE: 16

DRY WEIGHT: 4,600 LB.

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BALLAST: 1,060 lb.

1 center tank: 224 lb.

2 rear tanks: 209 lb. each

2 midship tanks: 209 lb. each

TOWER: Evolution; Tribal*

RACKS: SWIVEL*

WAKE SHAPER: Switchblade; Bennett Trim Tab*

STEREO: Sony DECK, 6 Kicker SPEAKERS, XM READY

CUP HOLDERS: 17

COOLER: 34.8 QT.

COLORS: 16 STANDARD WITH 12 ACCENTS

FUEL: 46 GAL.

TRAILER: TANDEM AXLE

BASE MSRP: $58,475

*optional

ENGINE: MerCruiser Mag 350 Black Scorpion 5.7L, 330 hp

Optional: MerCruiser Black Scorpion 6.2L, 340 hp

REC. PROP: Acme 13 x 16 four-blade

CRUISE: PerfectPass (optional)

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