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post #1 of 39 (permalink) Old 07-03-2013, 12:28 PM Thread Starter
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For all my friends living in hot climates the HD (sorry) Circulator Seat Pad is a game changer. Put it on my Vision and rode for 2 hours today in 104 degree heat. Normally a miserable ride and today it felt great. Seat actually feels like it is cooling your rear end. Combine that with a hydration vest and you may be too cold to ride. $85. Have to take seat off, at least on the Vision to secure, and pad stays in place. I got the medium and it is a great fit.

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That looks similar to the Victory Touring cool air pad I got the other day.

The one on Vics site looks different than the one got. That picture must have been a prototype design...

I have yet to have opportunity to try it, having a very odd cool start to July here in Kansas.

Glad to hear you're having positive results no matter who's emblem is on it. Probably made by the same company

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here is the link
http://www.harley-davidson.com/gma/g...2&default=none

http://www.purepolaris.com/en-us/Vic...arisPGACatalog)

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thanks VJ, they look the same so probably the same manufacturer. All I know is man I am glad I bought it. Makes riding in this heat a lot easier.


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Here's a picture of the actual pad. Different than the one on the website

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It just doesn't look like $100 worth.
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I may have to try this, gets crazy hot down here in GA, didn't even know this thing existed


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I ordered mine through Honda east. Paulie made me a good deal.

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thanks VJ, they look the same so probably the same manufacturer. All I know is man I am glad I bought it. Makes riding in this heat a lot easier.


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It just doesn't look like $100 worth.
I would normally agree depot, but my only complaint on the stock seat was how hot my arse gets when the temps and humidities rise. I was willing to spend the $100 on it after reading some reviews when my dealer had a fathers day sale, I got it for $87 OTD.

I have been riding with it since then and all I can say is Hooray. It is not hiney air-conditioning but close enough for me You definitely notice a difference.

Also you don't need to pull the seat to attach it.

I am sure there are other similar products out there that perform the same function, but the Vic one fits our seat, no red-neck rigging (born in Ky so I can say that ) required.

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Mine looks different and it loops under the front of the seat. Anyways I wanted it right away because of how hot it has been here and I figured I would share the wealth, plus none of the Vic stores here had one. So I picked it up, put it on and off I went. No sweaty jeans, no hot arse, and a much longer ride than I would have normally gone on.

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