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Centurion Enzo SV 230 Plus 2012

July 22, 2011

Wakeboard Boat Review

The Centurion Enzo SV 230 Plus owns an unmatched surf pedigree. After all, the SV 230 Plus served as the official tow boat of the World Wake Surfing Championship for more than a decade. While the all-new Enzo SV 233 relieved the SV 230 Plus of its duties at the 2011 event, its tournament-quality surf wakes remain unchanged. In addition to those iconic surf swells, the SV 230 Plus’ deep-V Enzo hull delivers top-of-the-line wakeboarding performance. Just ask West Coast legend Ricky Gonzalez, who has been riding behind the SV 230 Plus for years. Although the SV 230 Plus isn’t as well-appointed as Centurion‘s new Enzo SV 211, 233 and 244, it nevertheless boasts an impressive set of standard features, including the Gladiator tower, 1,000 pounds of Quick-Fill ballast and the ProVision II dash system with built-in Zero Off speed control.

The Centurion Enzo SV 230 Plus is the best wakeboard boat for you if: You want world-class wakesurfing performance and pro-capable wakeboarding wakes with seating and storage for 15.

Centurion Enzo SV 230 Plus 2012

Width: 102 in.

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Length: 23 ft.

People: 14

Fuel Capacity: 46 gallons

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Load Capacity: 2,205 lbs.

Dry Weight: 4,400 lbs.

Standard Ballast: 1,000 lbs.

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Max Ballast: 1,985 lbs.

Standard Engine: PCM 5.7L 343 HP CAT

Max HP: 450

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