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#1 (permalink) Old 11-18-2013, 02:22 PM
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FIRESTORM Cab Heaters now Shipping!

Hey VIKING Gang,
Our FIRESTORM cab heaters are shipping this week.....most heaters will go out tomorrow and Wednesday. Thank you for all the pre-orders. You are getting a call today.


If you haven't seen these units, refer to pics and description below (pictures are on a RZR....need some from you on a VIKING! ). They are high-end units designed with a heating company in France, are COMPLETE kits, and all come with defrost.


Firestorm Compact Heater.JPG

FIRESTORM Compact Heater call-outs.JPG

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Pricing is $399.99 per kit and you get your usual 5% forum discount which saves you $20.

Here is a link to them on our website:
https://motoalliance.com/Site.Store....etails&id=1006

Call us or shoot me a PM if you'd like one!

Peter Kapsner
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interesting. I'd imagine without a closed cab this isn't going to do much but blow hot air :P

And they run off the battery? Any worry of too much drain on the battery?
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I love how the whole setup looks, very OEM-like. doesn't look out of place at all.
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It would be really cool if someone would capture that heat off of the exhaust that we've all been complaining about and put it in the cab. No battery drain there

It's really not that difficult but takes time to design it. I have a boat (cruiser) with a water heater. In the marine world they run a simple piece of tubing through the hot water heater that is plumbed to the freshwater that circulates through the engine (160 deg F). hot water a plenty.

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looks like it runs off of hot water from the cooling system. Just need a cab to capture the hot air from it.
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man do i need a heater today. its FREEZING! 21F
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-32C here this morning. I think a cab enclosure and heater are in my future. However the dealer still hasn't gotten my windshield or roof yet, so this is all premature at the moment.

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Welcome to the site Paul.

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Yep, we are selling scads of heaters. The company in France with whom we worked on the main unit really knows their stuff. It's a 6-8 hour install time, but VERY worth the heat in the years ahead. It's freezing in Minneapolis at the moment too.

Thanks guys. PM me if you want one. I've been known to go down to $360 on them if you ask real nice or take pics for us.

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Our cab heaters are shipping. Customer service is prepped.....we are adding so many new products that they were probably not aware of the option.

But they are right here: https://motoalliance.com/Site.Store....etails&id=1006


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