I think either is possible, but enough time is more usual. I think time enough is an example of inversion (change in the normal structure of a phrase) that is done for effect. Example:
- There'll be time enough for countin' when the dealin's done.
What say you, teacher?
I agree and voted for this. With 'time', this usage is fairly common.
Did you vote for the first one or the third one?
I voted for the first one.
It's the safest answer, but in a thread with space for further comment, I felt the third option was OK.
From a Google search:
- enough time -- 651,000
time enough -- 58,300
The first form is the standard one and follows the general rule of enough + noun, but the other form does show that it is not a fixed rule.