The Fly High Enzo Sac is enormous and fills the storage compartment on the side of the engine while the lower profile extension runs forward below the seats.
Description"Similar capacity to a custom wakesurf sac for half the price", Bryan - Ballast Expert.
The Fly High Enzo Sac was designed by the fine people at Inland Surfer for their team Centurion Enzo Wakesurf boat. Over the years this bag has changed slightly in size and port configuration.
We have found that the Enzo is versitile but more importantly it is enormous in size. It is perfect for most v-drive boats with lengths of 21' to 25'.
The body of the Enzo Surf sac is designed to fill the rear locker and the leg continues under the rear seat bulkhead which stretches forward under the side passenger bench. When filled to capacity the Enzo surf sac can add between 1000 and 1400 lbs. of water ballast on the surf side creating a monster wave with amazing push throughout the total length of the pocket.
Enzo Sac Dimensions: Body (Rear Compartment Portion) - 30 x 25 x 26 Arm (Under Seat Portion) - 72 x 25 x 12
Port Placement Configuration: 2x Drain Ports - Rear end near the bottom of the body portion, 3x Fill/Vent Ports - On the top of the body portion, 1x Fill Port - Toward the end of the leg on the top side.
Have the greatest wakesurf wake with a flip of the factory ballast switch. The Pro X Enzo Sac is twice the weight of the Fly High Fat Sac and can be integrated to fill with the factory ballast pumps using the Quick Connect Fittings.
Question: How many ports are in w712 enzo sac?
Answer: There are six ports in the Fly High W712 Enzo Sac.
Remember, No Fittings Included
ATTENTION: This ballast bag does not include any fittings. You will need to purchase the correct fittings to make the necessary connections for your application. See related products, or contact us if you need help determining the correct fittings for your application.
Fly High Pro X Series wakeboard ballast bags were the first products designed from the ground up to be used in a wakeboard boat. Starting with a blank canvas, Fly High was able to rethink nearly every aspect of wakeboard ballast bag constructions and functionality. Gone are the day of two part construction, leaky waterbed connections, and fittings that are difficult to connect. By building their wakeboard ballast bags from a single layer of durable yet flexible vinyl, the same material that is used to build white water rafts, Fly High is able to offer unmatched strength and durability in an easy to use package.
Additionally, Fly High Pro X Series ballast bags feature multiple threaded ports that are built into the construction of the bag. Unlike the blue waterbed connections use on other brands, these strong ports feature durable threads and can be used with Fly High’s options fittings for compatibility with nearly any wakeboard ballast system you can imagine. Step up to the Fly High Pro X Series wakeboard ballast bags and experience the most convenient, durable and highest performing ballast bags on the market.
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Good Bag but not perfect for the Centurion Enzo SV240
I purchased two of these for a 2009 Centurion Enzo SV240 that had factory hard-tank ballast in the rear lockers and under the rear side seats (two separate tanks port and starboard each, so 4 total). This ballast upgrade was to replace those 4 tanks of about 500 lbs with 1,500 lbs. It did exactly that. The bags are high quality, the fittings/connections are typical quality. The instructions could definitely use some work. Thus 3 stars for quality.
The additional kits that I purchased left me without enough parts to do the job correctly on both sides -- to finish the job I'll need six more quick connect fittings (6 for the bag, six tubing connections, so 12 total pieces).
For anybody with my same boat, it is actually not enough weight to make a *great* surf wave. You'll need to add some lead, have a ballast bag on the seat, or cram a few more people into the boat. Also, the stock pumps and sprinkler valves in the Enzo mean it takes over 20 minutes to fill (and that is using 2 pumps/fill locations). That will be my next upgrade.
Also, after you fill this bag completely full it will leak out the vent tubing (slowly but steadily). This is because the boat is so tilted in that direction that the pressure is going to push water into the vent hose that no matter what (read: it's not a bad thing about this system - it is a problem on all systems). to prevent or minimize this leaking you will need to run the vent tubing to the outlet on the OTHER SIDE of the boat. My best guess is that this would take 7 to 9 feet of tubing. That will be the next next upgrade.
Finally, this bag does not exactly fit the sv240 locker. There is WAY more room back there for filling with ballast. I think one of the 1,100 locker bags and a separate under-seat bag may be better.
Holy Surf Wake Batman!
Just put this Enzo sac in my 2012 MB Sport B52. Man-o-man, does it beef up the wake! I previously had the Fly High Pro X Series Jumbo V-Drive Surf Sac in my back locker. The wake was sweet, but I think the extra weight down the side length of the boat by the enzo sac really makes a difference.
The arm that goes down the length of the boat under the seats, when filled up, kind of pushes the cushions up, but if people are sitting on them it is fine. If people aren't sitting on them, then they look like they haven't been put in all the way.
I also run a u-shaped sac in the front of the boat. If you put both of them together with the built in ballast, your wakesurf wake will be sick!