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    Spark Seat

    About the only thing I can find bad about the Spark is the seat. Anybody know of a seat that has more cushion? I wonder if I should buy another seat and then take it to a shop to have them add more foam and a new skin?


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    Just take it to a trim shop, have them add foam and recover it..Why buy new???

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    Just put a seat cushion on it like this... Lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tiny View Post
    Just take it to a trim shop, have them add foam and recover it..Why buy new???
    The seat that is on it is great for doing tricks but the days I want to cruise I would like to have a softer seat. I wonder why BRP has not come out with a touring seat yet?

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    Just put a seat cushion on it like this... Lol
    I'm looking for something that doesn't stick out so much, something that looks stock.

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    I feel your Pain. As a 6 foot 200 Pounder with a Small Rear end I have found the Spark seat to be the WORST of the 14 Sea Doo,s I have owned?? The picture posted shows my Spark with a Foam Layer under my Alaskan Sheepskin seat I use on my Can Am Spyders during warm weather.
    Today I received a Airhawk 2 Small Pillon which is Great if you know anything about the Airhawk and motorcycle seating comfort. Its 9 Inches wide and 11 Inches long and fits Great on the Spark!
    When I take it for a afternoon I will do a review BUT you will not see this on my Spark again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SCHNORR12 View Post
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    Just put a seat cushion on it like this... Lol
    Wheres the curb feelers to go with the seat and the mirrors?

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    Putting a Jet Trim seat cover over the existing seat cover seems to give it a bit more body and support, but Tiny is right, you can have foam added by an upholstery & trim shop.

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    Let's hope this will all be addressed for next year's options !!!
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