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Inside every Supreme boat resides the Correct Craft DNA that not only stands for quality, but for heart-pounding exhilaration and unmatched performance on the water.
The QuickSurf System allows you to run even ballast on both sides without having to list your boat to the side, creating an even platform for the surfer and delivering a more comfortable ride for passengers – who no longer have to feel like they’re going to slip down the side of the boat. For those who prefer to surf while listed, QuickSurf allows you to run more total ballast – giving your wave more power and volume than running your boat without it.
Instant Wave Transfers
QuickSurf brings a whole new dimension to wakesurfing with the ability to transfer from one side of the wake to the other while riding. Engage Quicksurf and go from surfing on one side of the boat to the other in seconds, immediately cleaning up a world class wave to catch you on the down slope. No more waiting time between rider changes, ever.
Because most “wakesurf” boats on the market have a hull designed for wakeboarding and not surfing, the surf systems on these boats are designed to slow or “brake” one side of the boat and deflect water to the other side. This method helps clean up the surf wave, but it also creates a lot of drag, consuming a great amount of fuel and creating strain on the engine. The QuickSurf System is completely different. Starting with a hull designed specifically for wakesurfing, there is no need for the QuickSurf System to “sink” one side of the boat or create additional drag. Taking it a step further, the QuickSurf System actually reduces drag on the boat when engaged, increasing fuel economy and allowing you to run more ballast with less power.
Supreme S Series Hull
Though the different hull series have some slight variations, they all share the revolutionary Deep-V Hull technology. This design has been proven time and time again to produce a “better” surf wave, but the benefits go far beyond wakesurfing. Since the introduction of the Deep-V Hull, Centurions have been renowned as having the best rough-water ride of any towboats on the market.
To illustrate, when chopping wood, would you rather use a hammer or an axe? The same principle applies when it comes to driving through rough water. The steeper the angle of the V in the bottom of the boat, particularly at the back half, the easier it will separate water, and the smoother it will feel. Though some boat companies have a deeper V hull at the front of the boat, this area never touches the water at cruising speeds. Regardless of which model you choose, every Centurion and Supreme hull features a significantly steeper V bottom than any other hull in the industry. Tired of that slapping vibration you feel when you hit a big swell? Well, you can just say goodbye to it forever.
QUICKFILL BALLAST SYSTEM
How it Works
Instead of having pumps and bags, the system offered on nearly every other wake boat for the last 15 years, the Quickfill Ballast System uses a 2 – 3.5 inch valves at the back of the boat that open and flood large glassed-in tanks while sitting still. The tanks empty using the same valves at the back end of the boat which, when opened, allow water to rush out while the boat is underway.
Because the Quickfill system fills using a 3.5 inch opening instead of a 1 inch hose, it is able to fill much faster than a standard pump system. This increased flow reduces ballast fill time from approx. 10 minutes to 45 seconds. Say goodbye to long wait times when going from surfing to skiing to pulling a tube and then back to surfing again.
Reliability and Simplicity
The Quickfill valves are opened and closed by a mechanical motor arm that simply slides up and down when activated from the dash. The motor units have been upgraded to a super heavy-duty system that makes them nearly bulletproof. The valve arm can also be operated manually with no electronics if needed, meaning that you can fill or empty your ballast by hand. A ballast system that can be operated with no electronics whatsoever – How’s that for peace of mind? The simplicity of the system is part of why the Quickfill System is backed with a full 3-year warranty.
Hyperformance Direct Injection Engines by PCM
Hyperformance = More Efficient + Better Performance
More Torque = More Power
The primary goal of the new Hyperformance Direct Injection (DI) engines was to deliver more power. In an inboard boat application, this is achieved by increasing the low-end torque specs of the motor. The new DI engines deliver more overall torque, as well as a torque curve that more directly favors the low end of the spectrum – allowing you to have more power out of the hole even when fully loaded with ballast. Taking it a step further, the new Power Plus V-Drive features gearing that increases low end power up to 15% vs. previous generations and cutting acceleration time to 25 mph by over 30%. This combination gives you the most powerful engine lineup available in the towsport industry.
With PCM’s exclusive Direct Injection technology, the Hyperformance engine lineup not only delivers amazing performance but also incredible fuel efficiency. GM Marine’s DI delivery system ensures that more power is generated per gallon of fuel, allowing a smaller engine to provide more power while using less gas. In a direct comparison test, the new Direct Injection motors were able to generate more power while providing 26% greater fuel efficiency than that of engines with standard multi-port fuel injection.
PCM engines have been recognized as having the highest customer satisfaction ratings year after year. This is because the engines not only perform well, they also break less and have fewer maintenance issues than other engines. From the patented Fuel Control Cell, providing the best fuel protection and delivery in the industry, to the exclusive Vortex Cooling System, PCM motors are built to outrun anything else on the water. Most importantly, PCM Engines are backed with a full 5-Year Hypertection factory warranty – the longest and strongest factory warranty available, period.