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    Question T3 RXP-X Owners - feedback on ErgoLock seats

    We would like to hear from owners of new RXP-X units on their thought of the new ErgoLock seats.

    Does it make a difference in your riding? How?
    Did you feel a difference in connecting to the machine. Or no difference.
    does it help you stay on the power longer?

    Any and all feedback is appreciated.
    the dolphin


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    Every person I ever let ride me ski loved that feature! I love it.

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    Re: T3 RXP-X Owners - feedback on ErgoLock seats

    I love mines also one of the best fwatures besides the new look and brakes....

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    Best thing since they started putting 4 strokes in skis. Any bullshit about it being dangerous is just that, it does not lock you in to an extreme extent.
    I would actually like larger footwell wedges than the oem, and a bigger lip where your knees lock in and at the back where your arse sits.

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    I like the design and it does help you use other parts of your body to assist with high speed turns. The only flaw with the seat is that the material does not offer enough grip if the seat gets wet. Almost all racers put a aftermarket seat cover on it because of this. But it looks great and when dry works great. The seat, hull and brakes/reverse concept are the top three features of the RXP-X.

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    I love the ergo lock and my Macc Racing seat cover....

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    Can I c a pic of the macc racing cover?

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    I have only had the privilege of riding a buddies ski for 15 minutes with the ergo lock and loved it. Coming from the older RXP and jumping on his ski felt great. It get the thumbs up from me on the short ride I had.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sayers View Post
    Best thing since they started putting 4 strokes in skis. Any bullshit about it being dangerous is just that, it does not lock you in to an extreme extent.
    I would actually like larger footwell wedges than the oem, and a bigger lip where your knees lock in and at the back where your arse sits.
    +1, different size whens you could screw in

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    I want a Seat Belt, quick release that connects to the outside of the footwell! I could turn at any speed and NEVER come off!

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