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    New rear racing seat for Aquatrax

    I had a mold made of the F-15X OEM passenger seat so I can now make strong fiberglass cowling, just like the rear OEM seat. They are strong enough that it could be used for a seat, it fits like the factory seat and now it's a heat extractor design so it works with the natural air flow to help get more cool air thru the hull and get the heat out. The factory foam cushion is removed and the cowling is secured with 3M 5200 adhesive. The undreside of the factory seat is opened so when the storage bucket is removed, there is a direct patch for hot air to escape up through the passenger seat and out of the vented cowling.

    I can now offer them in three options:
    1. The fiberglass cowling only for DIY'ers.
    2. Cowling with the vent installed.
    3. Complete new reat seat with the vented cowling installed.
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    Pricing:
    Aquatrax rear seat cowlings

    • Fiberglass cowling only $65.00 + shipping

    • Fiberglass cowling with vent installed $115.00 + shipping

    • Turn-Key rear seat with vented cowling installed and bottom of seat opened. . (use your existing latch ). $295.00 + shipping

    • Additional latches, $25.00
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    Jim is taking on the Honda market!

    I wish I had cash to up-grade and play from my R-12x.

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    Now, if one could only fab up a rear intake........

    Quote Originally Posted by Super Jim View Post
    I had a mold made of the F-15X OEM passenger seat so I can now make strong fiberglass cowling, just like the rear OEM seat. They are strong enough that it could be used for a seat, it fits like the factory seat and now it's a heat extractor design so it works with the natural air flow to help get more cool air thru the hull and get the heat out. The factory foam cushion is removed and the cowling is secured with 3M 5200 adhesive. The undreside of the factory seat is opened so when the storage bucket is removed, there is a direct patch for hot air to escape up through the passenger seat and out of the vented cowling.

    I can now offer them in three options:
    1. The fiberglass cowling only for DIY'ers.
    2. Cowling with the vent installed.
    3. Complete new reat seat with the vented cowling installed.
    Attached Thumbnails

    Pricing:
    Aquatrax rear seat cowlings

    • Fiberglass cowling only $65.00 + shipping
    • Fiberglass cowling with vent installed $115.00 + shipping
    • Turn-Key rear seat with vented cowling installed and bottom of seat opened. . (use your existing latch ). $295.00 + shipping
    • Additional latches, $25.00

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    this would be cool for the f12x with like a large scoop on top

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    Do you offer this mod for the R-12X? Also what do your intake grates look like? Are they just modded stock grates with the bars removed?

    THanks

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    Air intake for r12x

    We carry a air intake for the R12x, I will post a picture of it possibly today, it replaces the black cover in the rear. It allows air into the engine compartment and also we have a door that we offer, just in case the ski might roll it will shut and limit the possibility of water entering.

    Promod
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    Quote Originally Posted by Promod View Post
    We carry a air intake for the R12x, I will post a picture of it possibly today, it replaces the black cover in the rear. It allows air into the engine compartment and also we have a door that we offer, just in case the ski might roll it will shut and limit the possibility of water entering.

    Promod
    H20 Xtreme
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    Here are the pics of the air intake for the R12x
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    That looks cool. How much for the cover r12x?

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    Looks sharp!

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    Pricing

    The door and scoop with actuator run for $350, you need to use you locks from you origional cover. The finish matches the origional finish, or if you would like some other color that also can be done


    Promod
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