Posted: Feb 21, 2011 3:52 pm Post subject: 2010 Axis A22
Not my boat but figured i would share what will be riding behind this year. My roomate just purchased a demo 2010 A22 from our local dealership. Have no clue what to expect with this boat but from all the reviews we are definitely excited for the ice to thaw. Picked it up for a good price and it only has 20 hours on it. Here is a quick cell phone picture and the youtube video of the exact boat.
And this is what we were riding behind last year.
1999 18ft Mariah with a monster mt2 tower. (for sale)
Thanks man, we are having the marina put on the wetsounds, amp, second battery, board racks, and transom remote so this thing will be ready to go when ice finally thaws. Its about 15 degrees here tonight so unfortunately it will be later rather then sooner.
Looks very good, You will enjoy it alot. So much different than an I/O and no ballast bags to trip over. Check out my posts about our axis. We have wetsounds all through the boat so that may give ya some ideas. Chattwake also is getting his wetsounds put in and I think he is posting pictures soon. I am sure it will look rockin as well. If you have any questions, feel free to ask me and I'll get ya the answers or get you in contact with somebody that could help ya too.
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I think thats what chattwake is doing. I've just got 2 pro80s and am happy with them. Nope, not a wetsounds dealer at all. Just an Axis and Wetsounds fanatic. I work in IT. I have a local dealer thats a WS dealer and I worked with Tim and Justin directly when building my system. I think Chattwake is able to help out with getting wetsounds or he was at some point in the past. May want to give him a yell. I'll say it will look great on the A22 though. _________________ How much work would a network work if a network could network?
Little update on the boat. Went to the dealership to check it out as we had them do some work to it before summer hits. The pro 485 and two pro 80's are on the tower now and are looking great. Had them put on a transom remote, second battery with perko switch, second wetsounds amp, pull-up cleats, swivel racks, and we will probably order the sacs to go with the pnp system in it. They are also putting new decals on it and taking out a couple of small scratches in the gelcoat. I really didn't think of taking any pictures of it but trust, with the wetsounds on it this boat is looking legit and we can't wait to get it on the water.
The ice is finally thawed out for the most part here and the forecast is calling for weather in the 50's and 60's here so boating fever is at an all time high right now. As soon as i'm able i'll take some pictures and post them up.
Decided to go pick the boat up today and its all ready to go. We decided that we liked it more without the gray graphics below the rub rail so we had them take it off. And we ended up having the plug and play system put in. Its going back under the knife tomorrow to a custom stereo shop to have some sort of sub fabbed in there. Not really sure what my roomate will have done but i know it will be BA. I'll take more pictures of it tomorrow when its not 38 and raining.
We have only had it out once so far and we just had one board, two jackets, and a rope and we were only out for a couple hours, but this thing felt like a limo, so much space on it. We have a sub enclosure on both back corner storage spots so we lost that but i don't see us having any issues whatsover being fully loaded along with 6 or 7 people. If you get the spinner racks there is room for a wakesurf board and a cooler shouldn't take up too much floor space. I'm used to riding behind an 18ft I/O and we filled the factory ballast with the wedge down and the wake scared the hell out of me the first time I hit it. More pictures to come of the stereo install being done.
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Posted: May 12, 2011 5:05 pm Post subject:
we've never been lacking for storage in our A22. We typically have one or two coolers, wakeskate, board and a pair of skis on board in addition to a few bumpers, two box anchors and enough life jackets for everyone on board. Plenty of room left in the storage even with all that stuff on the boat.
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