> Ski-Doo hand/thumb warmers
> 13 Mar 1996 16:20:50 GMT
> Magic Online Services Winnipeg.
> Hello all, I was wondering if anyone else with a new Ski-Doo was
dissapointed with the amount of
> heat their accessory grips generate? My MXZ's are only noticeable if
I switch them on during a
> particularily warm day when they aren't really needed anyway. At
anything colder than -15c, I can't
> feel them at all. I'm thinking that a lot of this has to do with the
fact that my windshield doesn't do a
> thing to justify it's name. I've tryed a few Polaris sleds in the
past few weeks, and their grips are
> significantly better than mine. Are all Ski-Doo grips like this, or
do I have a dud set? Any input
> would be great.
> THX, Jim
> 96 MXZ 670
> 2400KM & counting... Still have no Idea what the Warranty guy at my
dealership looks like.
This is my first shot at contributing to this news group, so here goes.
I've also got an MXZ and I haven't had any problems or disappointments
with my warmers once I realized I had to give the hand warmer toggle a
little better push forward. I don't get a lot of heat on low so if it's
a cold day I have to go right to high. On moderate days the warmth is
perfect. Sometimes the high setting is almost a little to warm if it's a
moderate temperatrue out. Well, there's my 2 cents worth.
PS. I'd be interested in anyones opinion of the handling of their MXZ
583 riding it stock, preferably trail riding.
96 MXZ 583 - "Ride it like you stole"