I picked up my Klymaxx seat wedge today and got halfway done with the installation before I had to leave for work. (Why does work always have to get in the way of your sled time?) So far the installation is going well. I have to drill six holes in the top of the tunnel for the lag screws to attach to the wedge. They gave me a template to do this but the directions are pretty unclear whether you have to put the edge of the template against the edge of the tunnel. I think this is the case. I hope so before I drill the holes. I placed the wedge down without fastening it down and placed my seat on top of it. Man the riding postion is going to be really nice. If anyone likes the ergonomics of the REV I think that your firecat is going to be pretty close to that postion. I am not done with the installation yet but just fitting it together on the sled there are I few things that I don't think I will like with the fit and finish.
1.) I don't know where they claim you will get extra storage. Your glove box is still the same size because the wedge has the same shape as the tunnel so your seat will connect right.
2.) Once the wedge is installed I don't think that you will be able to access your toolkit, because the seat is pretty tight against the tank.
3.) Once the wedge is fastened down I think that there are going to be wrinkles in the seat. This is what a really did not want.
4.) I think that there is going to be a gap between the front of the seat and the fuel tank because of the increased angle of the seat.
I will let you guys know how things work out after the installation is completed. I will also take some pics. and post them.
If anyone else has installed one yet do you have any input on the wedge???
By the way. Make sure that you warm up your sleds before riding. Went to the dealer today and there was an F5 that [email protected]
the bed. The dealer said that it was a cold seizure. Could it be another coolant issue with air in the lines???