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    Seat gets hot when crusing for +10 min 2004 RXP

    Anyhone run into this, if I go for a curise, say around 5000 rpm after about 10 to 15 min, the seat starts to get uncomfortably warm. To the point I have to stand up and let it cool a bit from airflow.
    Don't like having a hot AZZ in that sense.
    If im just riding and having fun, not an issue as water splash and such will cool the seat.

    Any ideas? The engine is not overheating, just the darn seat gets very warm to sit on.

    Asbestous Swim trunks not an option, btw!

    Seems it needs more airflow under the seat, but how on an 04 RXP

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    wotxxxsd's Avatar
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    May 2012
    It's common to get a hot feeling on the seat.
    There are some add on fans that some people have added that will help your rear stay cooler.
    No the ski isn't suffering and over heating just your back side..

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    Jun 2007
    South of Boston MA
    That's the beauty if the suspension ski's, cool seats!
    My 07 RXT's were hot to the point of being uncomfortable on long runs.

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    Yea, big jim and the twins are getting cooked. Hmm there would be a lawsuit, like the McDonalds hot coffee one a few years back!

    Dear SeaDoo, I regret to inform you of the suit brought by my client for cooked gibblets................. ouch!!!

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    Aug 2011
    install a couple of flo rites to help the hot air escape. no more hot ass

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    maybe some of that silver mat they use on the floor boards of cars and trucks would help.

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