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post #16 of 23 Old September 4th, 2019, 06:50 AM
 
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Remember everybody that the spray foam is flammable even after it has cured


I have wrapped the coolant lines with header wrap and used fire block spray foam on multiple rzrís with very good results and is by far the cheapest way to do it. If you have a open flame in your console itís going to burn with or without spray foam.

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I use the spray foam on my derby cars and it has caught fire from sparks from cutting on the car with torches, I geuss I am trying to make ppl that dont know aware of that
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Remember everybody that the spray foam is flammable even after it has cured


I have wrapped the coolant lines with header wrap and used fire block spray foam on multiple rzr’s with very good results and is by far the cheapest way to do it. If you have a open flame in your console it’s going to burn with or without spray foam.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/GREAT-ST...3992/207077797


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Along with a LOT of other stuff!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
yes I use it also for alot of stuff I'm not saying anybody is wrong for it
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post #19 of 23 Old September 4th, 2019, 08:03 AM
 
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Simple fix..........remove console, turn it over, use some spray foam around cup holders, let it dry/cure, re-install console. $5 bucks spent. Works great.
More expensive fix..........your fan should be coming on at 204-206, not 218-224.
What he said ^.......will make a world of difference
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post #20 of 23 Old September 4th, 2019, 09:04 AM
 
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2017 RZR 4 900 I have excess heat coming through the the firewall and where the cup holders are, if you put a bottle of water in one of the front cup holders at the end of the ride you can make a hot cup of tea, if youíre ankle hits the bottom part of the console you will almost burn yourself, anyone else have this problem?
It's like that in all of them, here's a solution:
https://wolfsnout.net/shop/utv-acces...ooler-cab-kit/
Great solution with the Wolfsnout! I'm happy with it on my Turbo.

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Is the wolfsnout product easy to remove to get in there to grease the u-joints and carrier? I will be upgrading to sandcraft and breakable u joints once the OEM stuff is wore out.
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Re: Excess heat coming through the front

Your fan should be turning on at 204. Polaris issued a recall to reflash the ECU to turn on at a lower temp on some models. Mine was turning on at too high of temp just like yours and had mine reflashed with the update. Call your dealer or web to find out what recalls you may have.
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Re: Excess heat coming through the front

Put the Wolfsnout cooler cab kit in my 2016 900 4 a couple months ago because I couldn't take the heat any more. Took about 80% of the heat away and made it sooooo much better. Friends of mine have tried almost every other thing mentioned in this Forum with very little noticeable difference in heat. You will be quite thankful and you won't find better people to work with. It is also very affordable and you will have a cold/cool drink rather than hot tea! I've put some slow high elevation climbing miles on it here in Idaho since then and couldn't be happier.
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