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    Default Early predictions for 2022

    With many dealers sold out and taking early deposits for 2022 orders. Let’s have some fun speculating what SC has coming next.....

    I predict Supra will skip updating the SR and bring out an all new Supra SL.

    Not really much to improve on the SL, maybe 12” subs molded in like SE and SA. New interior and top deck styling.

    2022 start rolling out in July right?


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    Last edited by larry_arizona; 03-14-2021 at 10:05 AM.
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    I would like the SL be redesigned along the SA lines. The SA is the best looking Supra boat. I don't think that's going to happen this time around though. SL is a great boat as it is and selling well so why spend $$$ on retooling and new molds to fix something that's not broken.
    I think the Craz is next in line to have something done. I dont think its a big seller right now. All I see are Mondo's, Kaiyens, and Max's in that size range getting all the attention. It might even get retired.
    Last edited by Isaguel; 03-14-2021 at 10:27 AM.
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    I was talking with my dealer as I was looking at 21 or 22 SL. He believed the 22SL would be redone along the lines of the SA. No major changes apart from the more aggrrssive styling, 12 inch subs, and if I recall correctly hinged bow cushions. All major components, like swell 3.0, ballast, vision control remain the same. Does the SA have more freeboard than the SL? That would be nive to have as well, bit not necessary IMO.


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    Default Early predictions for 2022

    I can’t argue that the SL needs nothing “fixed”. It was so good when it came out in 2018 and the SE and SA adopted all of its attributes.

    They could easily just update to 12” subs and and hinged bow seats and be done, I personally love the SL lines.

    Just basing the new SL on the Supra design cadence.

    Moomba is a little more tricky to predict. With the following boat lineup....

    20 Mondo new 2021
    21.5 Kaiyen new 2020
    22 Craz new 2016
    22.5Max new 2018
    23 Mojo new 2021.5
    24.5 Makai new 2019

    Easy pick would be Craz is next up or like was mentioned eliminated. Maybe they could do a Craz/Max hybrid?

    My dealer has the mondo,kaiyen,mojo and Makai lined up next to each other in order and they truly are the same design with varying lengths, could they add a 22’ or is it too similar to the Kaiyen?

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    Love the lines on the SL, Should stay different from SA IMO. My wish list. Quiet down the engine/transmission noise level, change in floor cooler opening to open from rear, allow two metallic colours on paint scheme, improve resolution and zoom and move tower camera to side so rope doesn’t interfere. They have improved on so many items every year and can’t wait to see what’s in store for 2022.
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    I think the SL will get some updates. Hopefully all will get some work on lowering the trans/v-drive noise.

    Hopefully better resolution and positioning of both cameras and fix the GoPro integration.

    I’d like to see all the seats hinged with zoned heating. I think that would be awesome for the cold water folks.

    I think the Vision system is up for a redo. It needs multi platform app integration like some of the cars have(CarPlay, Google, Alexa, etc). Bluetooth ignition unlock that acts like a cars convenience system, so if your phone/watch is in proximity you can keyless start. And maybe drivers seat memory settings.

    I know it wouldn’t do much in the warm climate areas, but maybe hydronic circulation around the cooler basin to help the cooler stay “cooler”.

    Last thought. Move the battery switch to under the drivers console or behind the drivers seat at its current height so we don’t leave it open and step on it when doing checks, lowering tower, etc.

    And integrate Justin’s trash chutes. Those are money.


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    Anyone hear anything yet?!


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    I wouldn’t expect any changes from any recreation manufacturer...getting currently sourced parts is hard enough, let alone having to get new molds, tooling, etc and sourcing new parts sounds impossible.

    My dealer did send out an email last week telling folks to start ordering their 2022 boats now
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    Quote Originally Posted by brad460 View Post
    I wouldn’t expect any changes from any recreation manufacturer...getting currently sourced parts is hard enough, let alone having to get new molds, tooling, etc and sourcing new parts sounds impossible.

    My dealer did send out an email last week telling folks to start ordering their 2022 boats now
    When does 2022 pricing and option details typically come out? I would assume soon if 2022 production starts in July.


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    Quote Originally Posted by brad460 View Post
    I wouldn’t expect any changes from any recreation manufacturer...getting currently sourced parts is hard enough, let alone having to get new molds, tooling, etc and sourcing new parts sounds impossible.

    My dealer did send out an email last week telling folks to start ordering their 2022 boats now
    My dealer has been taking deposits on 22’s since January. They were sold out of 21 build slots since November.


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