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    Thinking about selling my 2009 22 009 w/ 565+XR

    I love this boat to death but I just haven't been using it much lately so I'm thinking about selling. It's a 009 Edition, which has the special paint, steering wheel, carbon fiber dashboard, custom upholstery w/ the stripe, hood scoop, 2" higher x-dimension, among other things. It is #5 of 18 built according to the plaque, but I believe they only made 7 of them. I tried to track them down at one point and was able to find numbers 1 through 7 and nothing later, so I think that as the recession was hitting they stopped producing them.

    I purchased the boat in 2011 as a brand new leftover from Legend Marine Group. Since then the boat has been professionally maintained by Jason Saris/Performance Marine in Lake George. It spends its winters in a heated garage and in the summer it has typically been on a lift inside of a boathouse, though one summer it was outside. It's entire life has been spent in freshwater in Lake George, NY.

    In 2013 Performance Marine rigged the boat with a Mercury 565 and XR drive (originally had a 496HO/B1X). This included switching over to digital components. The fly by wire shifting is incredibly smooth if you've never felt a digital throttle and shift system. This summer I also sent the computer out to Whipple and they completed the Stage 1 upgrade (https://whipplesuperchargers.com/ind...product_id=204)

    The boat also has 280 K-Planes and a kicka$$ JL Audio sound system. It has 4 JL Audio M770 speakers, a Fusion 700 series head unit, and a JL MHD600/4 amp.

    Just random other things to list, I installed hidden LED lighting in the cockpit and engine bay, it has Tidbart's fuel sender, Aqua Power mufflers (sounds great, passes the LG noise limits),
    and plenty of other things I'm forgetting.

    Also comes with a beautiful Myco trailer. Located in Lake George, NY. $89k.
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    Beautiful boat, have seen it in person a few times at LG, runs strong too......good luck with the sale EJ

    What ya gettin next

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    Quote Originally Posted by undertaker View Post
    Beautiful boat, have seen it in person a few times at LG, runs strong too......good luck with the sale EJ

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    Thanks! I've been running around in the raceboat on LG (30' Superboat).
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    Quote Originally Posted by RockyS18 View Post
    Thanks! I've been running around in the raceboat on LG (30' Superboat).



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    Gorgeous boat, Rocky.
    "I don't have time to get into it, but he went through a lot." -Pulp Fiction

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    What kinda numbers does it run ?

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    Best I've ever gotten is 86, runs mid-80's.
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    Beautiful boat! What steering system is that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by John B View Post
    Beautiful boat! What steering system is that?
    It's a Zeiger double ram hydraulic steering system.
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    Engine looks sweet without the carbon fiber intake cover. I can't believe I hadn't heard about this boat yet! That price is a good deal with this engine and drive package.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Carl C View Post
    Engine looks sweet without the carbon fiber intake cover. I can't believe I hadn't heard about this boat yet! That price is a good deal with this engine and drive package.
    Thanks! Yeah the carbon fiber intake cover actually just doesn't clear the hatch. The intakes fit nicely just behind the scoop so its practically ram air, but the carbon fiber cover doesn't clear in the back.
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