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    Hydroturf seat cover

    I saw this price and was like
    http://www.parkeryamaha.com/browsepr...4Tec--RXT.html

    I'm looking for a seat cover that has better grip over the stock seat. I wear board shorts and my wife wears bikini bottoms, so I don't want something that will eat up her legs.

    Will hydroturf do me right or do I need to up the anny to jettrim or m-line ?


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    i have a ht non slip. its not too bad, it doesnt bother me. but if i could do it over again i would pay the extra $$ and go with jettrim.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mxl16
    i have a ht non slip. its not too bad, it doesnt bother me. but if i could do it over again i would pay the extra $$ and go with jettrim.
    because of the slipping factor, ht is tearing apart, the way it looks,uncomfortable seat, all of the above ?

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    you deffinatly wont slip, i havent had any problems with mine ripping. go with jettrim, you wont regret it.

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    The jettrim is 230
    http://www.jettrim.com/products/inde...id=11&imgid=80

    Looks the same. I have heard people saying jettrim is the best. But what does $150 more give you ?

    Is it better looking ? Feel better when it's wet. Can you put a quarter in it and it vibrates ?

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    haha kinchyle ur killing me

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    the qaulity is just MUCH better. thy have medium slip materials and they have fancy stiching that looks f'in awesome. like i said i have HT and i would have gladly spent the extra $$ for the jettrim had i known better.

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    HT's mid slip and no slip is like 360 grit and 120 grit sandpaper. I had no slip on the top strip and mid on the sides of my XPL. After one afternoon of riding, my legs were so chewed up I had to ride with a wetsuit the remainding weekend. With a suit, it was great. I ended up selling the HT covered seat and now use Jettrim. I also have M-Line. M-Line has vinyl only, Jettrims mid slip is easy on the legs. My daughters XP has mid slip and she doesn't have problems in them noodle suits.

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    Looks like Jettrim will be my next performance mod I sent them an email to ask if they could make me a swish cheese rear seat mod.
    http://www.jettrim.com/products/inde...ew&productid=1

    Does the red for Jettrim match the rxt/rxp red ?
    http://www.jettrim.com/swatches/inde...yid=4&imgid=39

    Looks kind of more firetruck red.

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