Our Ultimate Spyder RT Seats are designed to provide the driver and passenger with proper lateral support for the butt cheeks and a deeper bucket in the seat for more secure cornering. You sit in our seat, not on it. In the driver portion of the seat, both seats are 17 inches wide and have a built in 7 inches high lower back support... so when you twist that throttle open, the seat gives you full support. In the passenger seat, both seats are 15 inches wide and provide full support around the butt. Both seats are also designed with correct nose angle, which prevents you from sliding forward.
Our Midrider seat will sit you at the same height and same distance to the handlebars as the stock seat.
Our Tall Boy seat will sit you at the same height as the stock seat and one and a half inches further back from the handlebars compared to the stock seat. The Tall Boy ;was designed for tall or large drivers and will help if you feel to cramped with your stock seat position.
Now you can have the ride you've been waiting for.
All Ultimate Can-Am® Spyder RT seats have the driver backrest hardware built into them, so you can add the backrest at any time. The driver backrest quickly and easily slides in and out with a built in spring loaded plunger lock that is part of the backrest hardware permanently mounted inside the seat.
Detachable storage pouch measures 9"W x 6"H and is protected by the driver backrest built in rain flap.
Our passenger backrest is one inch taller than the Can-Am® OEM backrest and is sculpted to give the passenger a little more room front to back.
We offer an optional fuel door that is built into the seat with a key lock feature.
We offer both heated and non-heated seats. Ultimate seats for the Can-Am® are activated by switches installed in the seat. There are two separate switches installed on your seat. They control front and rear independently.
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