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Old     (mryan318)      Join Date: Jul 2009       07-28-2010, 1:10 PM Reply   
I had the opportunity to hang out with Adam Mccall, Randall Harris, Daniel Walden and Matt Biship at the Axis Demo Day here in Minnesota at MNInboard. And It was alot of fun. My girlfriend and I spend over an hour talking to Adam and Randall (just the four of us) in the Boat (A-22) on the water. They explaining why they did things a certian way and answer all of our questions we had about the boat, design and wake. The boat I have is a nautique 210 and I have really envoy riding and hiting the wake behind my boat (with about 2k in it). My girlfriend and I rode behind the A-22 and we absolutely loved the wake. She rode with just the center tank full and I think I rode with full hard tanks, the plug and play and the wedge. The wake was big, lots of pop, and a place to land(The wake is more rampy). I also got the drive the boat with around 4k of ballast after Randall got done riding(which that guy goes so big) and the boat seemed to handle way better than my 210 with no ballast. I also drove the a-22 after when there was no ballast in it and it handle close to the same with 4k in it. Amazing!! Many of you that have rode behind a 210 now there is no much of a landing zone but there is a alot of pop over the wake. I'm seriously considering purchasing one of these boats at some point in time. I'm just looking for others opinions on the A-22, A-20(that is coming out) who have riden and drove the axis and comparable boat to mine. Thanks


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