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Axis A22 2011

December 9, 2010

Wakeboard Boat Review

The appeal of the Axis A22 is easy to see. Take one look at the Axis A22’s utilitarian design and sharp edges and it’s obvious this second-year wakeboard boat is built for no-fuss riding. It doesn’t hurt that the A22 delivers that core wakeboarding look and performance with a solid set of standard features for one of the best values in wakeboarding. The sharp lines of the standard FatAX tower mimic the Axis A22’s dramatic angles, and the 900 pounds of standard hard-tank ballast combines with the standard cruise control to deliver solid and consistent wakeboarding and wakesurfing sessions. The A22’s twin-tip, playpen-style bow and wraparound lounge create seating for 15, so there’s more than enough room for your entire crew. Plus, the standard Skybox Slide Seating, which slides into the main lounge to help focus attention behind the boat, and the new convertible rear-facing ChillAX seating in the walk-through, give passengers plenty of versatility.

The Axis A22 is the best wakeboard boat for you if: You’re a baller on a budget. The Axis A22 delivers a core wake look, function and performance at one of the best values in wakeboarding.

How to max it out: Get the Vandall Edition Package. In addition to a custom gelcoat and graphics package, this special edition includes the Plug n’ Play ballast option, an upgraded stereo, swivel board racks and the Auto-set Wedge — not to mention a healthy dose of bling from the stainless-steel pop-up cleats, under-seat lighting and the Tricked Out tandem-axle trailer.

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Axis A22 2011 Specs

Width: 100 in.

Length: 22 ft.

People: 15

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Fuel capacity: 48 gal.

Load capacity: 1,900 lbs.

Dry weight: 3,600 lbs.

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Standard ballast: 900 lbs.

Max ballast: 2,350 lbs

Standard engine: Indmar/Axis AR335 MPI 5.7L 335 hp

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Max HP: 400

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