Added heated seat to my LX150. My thinking is Heated seats and Heated grips along with a Scooter Skirt should keep me warm this winter.
The pad goes between the foam seat and the cover so removal of the cover is necessary.
Installation was easy enough but no instructions were included with this product so you have to figure it out yourself. The wiring is ready to go with no needed crimping or soldering. The wiring looks very clean and professional they have quick releases and even can be shortened by removing the middle sections on each group of wires. The switch is also very nice quality and it comes with a rain cover.
Took the first spin around the block. Very happy, actually amazed, this should be standard equipment. It heats up pretty quickly and I can really feel the difference. I do notice that when i'm at a light the heat drops slightly back and as soon as you start back to any speed it heats up nicely again.
I'm very happy with this product so far. And I hope this heated seat along with my heated grips will keep me toasty this enire winter season.
Here is how it went down:
after removing the staples from the seat cover you should have something like this.
next you need to add the heat pad
I had to drill a hole to allow the cable to connect to the inside of the seat.
cable comes out here.
After putting the seat back together the only thing that can be felt on the seat side is a small bump from the cable. Since it's in this location it doesn't bother me.
next i needed a location for the switch. It might sound crazy but i wanted it within reatch and opted for this location. drill a 3/4 hole and clean out.
Here is the switch added.
The wiring under the seat. Clean hu?
power is pulled from this wire, which i have know idea what it is but was in a great location.
Here is the wiring under the seat
Everything is connect in this one area.
*This should be standard equipment. I LOVE IT!