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post #1 of 27 Old July 10th, 2012, 06:25 AM Thread Starter
 
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RZR Heater

I did a forum search and didn't come up with much, the Polaris and Moose heaters are way to much, IMO. I know it is summer and I might be the only RZR owner thinking about a heater, but I want my crap together by early fall.

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post #2 of 27 Old July 10th, 2012, 06:45 AM
 
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Re: RZR Heater

I found this. Doesn't look bad. Price seems good.

AH-200 UTV Cabin Heater

Features

- Maximum 6,000 BTUs per hour
- Fan output 200 CFM
- Rigid Mounting Bracket with 180-degree bracket rotation
- Locking clamp support
- Integrated variable-speed switch


Specifications

- BTU MAX: 4,000/hr
- FAN OUTPUT: 0 to 200cfm
- FAN: Integrated variable-speed
- 12-v DC AMP DRAW: < 2 amps
- SIZE: 9.5"(w) x 5.5"(d) x 5.5"(h)
- CONSTRUCTION: High strength nylon 6/6 housing
- WEIGHT: 3.5 lbs
- INCLUDED IN Box: Heater, mounting bracket, universal attachment screws, instructions.
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Heres a couple more options.

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If you are running a cab in the winter (I use the polaris soft cab) What I did was cut a 3" hole in the firewall and ran a piece of dyer vent hose to the rear of the radiator. You can use PVC fittings to make it look nice.

With a cab it keeps things plenty warm. Total cost = about $5
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X2 on the Summit Heater, I have used mine two winters, no doors just windshield and back window. Does a pretty good job. I saw a posting a couple days ago about carbon fiber heat pads for the seats that looked interesting.

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X2 on the Summit Heater, I have used mine two winters, no doors just windshield and back window. Does a pretty good job. I saw a posting a couple days ago about carbon fiber heat pads for the seats that looked interesting.
Any issue with your windshield freezing/fogging up.

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I used seat warmers form E-bay. Less than 100 bucks for the pair.
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If you are running a cab in the winter (I use the polaris soft cab) What I did was cut a 3" hole in the firewall and ran a piece of dyer vent hose to the rear of the radiator. You can use PVC fittings to make it look nice.

With a cab it keeps things plenty warm. Total cost = about $5
I am going to use a Polaris soft cab, I know a guy that turned the snorkel from his belt around and used the heat from that blowing into his soft cab, but does not work good if you are sitting idle on the lake.

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I did the polaris heater, from what I have seen in other makes, I am glad I did. The fit is much better, and it is entirely out of your way.


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My Summit heater is tucked back under the center of the dash, I don't have any pictures but it is not in the way. It puts out 28,000 BTU's. I have been real happy with it. The Polaris one is a nice looking heater and I am sure it works good too. The Summit is just an economical alternative.
No doors so I don't have any fogging issues. They do offer a vent kit for the summit to address fogging issues. I have the vent kit but haven't installed it. I have under $200 in mine with all fittings hoses, vent kit, etc.

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My Summit heater is tucked back under the center of the dash, I don't have any pictures but it is not in the way. It puts out 28,000 BTU's. I have been real happy with it. The Polaris one is a nice looking heater and I am sure it works good too. The Summit is just an economical alternative.
No doors so I don't have any fogging issues. They do offer a vent kit for the summit to address fogging issues. I have the vent kit but haven't installed it. I have under $200 in mine with all fittings hoses, vent kit, etc.
Thank you for the info, I am going to look up the summit and the vent kit when I get home.

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You will find several discussions here about heaters if you use Google to search "site:rzrforums.net rzr heater".

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I got mine from here and I am happy with the price and performance
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I did the polaris heater, from what I have seen in other makes, I am glad I did. The fit is much better, and it is entirely out of your way.

me too
as i know it, this is the only heater
that has room for a power steering unit to fit under the dash so i have the polaris heater with the polaris eps unit,
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