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    Nice to see that these new parts start to show up

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    Just scored a new/open box comfort seat for my spark. It fits nice and looks good in the garage... Looking forward to trying it out in the spring!

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    Thumbs up

    So, now I've got most of the parts except for the Trixx steering. I have installed the 3UP hull extension, LinQ fuel caddy, Ergolock knee pads, floorboard wedges and the comfort seat, pretty straight forward installation Hope to get the Trixx steering tomorrow.




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    Thumbs up

    And finally, the Trixx adjustable riser steering installed, so now it's just 6 months waiting for summer then

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    RXP-SWE yours looks great with the grey/red details!.. I tried go the "grey way" a little but myself to color match the comfort seat! (Grey hood!)

    Just waiting on my spear knee pads (I don’t want drill on the original ones in case I want/need to restore to original!) I must say! I’m a bit disappointed that the “Ergolock knee pads” did not come as one replacement unit… now they force you to destroy the original knee pads, those by the way are insanely expensive!! 300USD (dealer price in Sweden…)

    Anyway! Here are some pictures of mine:







    The only thing left for me to install is the Ergolock knee pads! Will do that once I receive my spear OEM ones!

    Happy Holidays every one!

    /Best Regards
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    Quote Originally Posted by soyd View Post
    RXP-SWE yours looks great with the grey/red details!.. I tried go the "grey way" a little but myself to color match the comfort seat! (Grey hood!)

    Just waiting on my spear knee pads (I don’t want drill on the original ones in case I want/need to restore to original!) I must say! I’m a bit disappointed that the “Ergolock knee pads” did not come as one replacement unit… now they force you to destroy the original knee pads, those by the way are insanely expensive!! 300USD (dealer price in Sweden…)

    Anyway! Here are some pictures of mine:

    The only thing left for me to install is the Ergolock knee pads! Will do that once I receive my spear OEM ones!

    Happy Holidays every one!

    /Best Regards
    Thanks, mine was orange before but I got a good deal on the grey plastic from Motorbiten, it was really meant for my 2-stroke project but when I scrapped that idea it went on my standard Spark instead, along with a lot of other stuff.

    I had the white knee pads so I figured I would never go back, but I think they are equally as expensive. But maybe it would be possible to find a used pair somewhere these days? I completely agree, the Ergolocks should be complete replacement units, they are a bit fiddly to fit now as well.

    I really like that color of the Trixx, as well as the orange/yellow 2020, I'm still (maybe foolishly) waiting for a Spark with the ACE900 Turbo, when/if that comes I will buy a Trixx as well. Mine is a 2015 so it's getting old

    Where in Sweden are you located btw?
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    Quote Originally Posted by RXP-SWE View Post
    Where in Sweden are you located btw?
    I'm located all the way up in the north Örnsköldsvik! You just need the trixx foot steps and your on a trixx right! Yeah the turbo would be nice!

    I received my spear knee pads yesterday, installed them last night! They were really fiddly to install for sure!.. The paper template was a bit of a nightmare!

    In case someone are about to install them, here are some pointers to make it easier:

    1) Make sure you calibrate the printing scale correct when printing! On my Mac I had to scale it up to 290% to match the 50mm scale! Took me 4-5 prints to get it just right... And if you know how to do it, you can mirror print the second paper template to make it easier to follow for the right side!

    2) The install guide tells you to first drill all the holes etc. I found it easier to first just drill the "paper templates" holes and then tighten those screws a bit, to get it more stable for drilling the other holes by hand and get it all nice and snug.

    Here are some pictures of the installation process:











    /Best Regards
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    looks good. Did you also think it was a bit more tricky to fit the knee pads back on to the Spark with the Ergolocks on them?

    For mine to become a Trixx I would also need the, extended range VTS, and for that I also need the reverse scoop from a 2017+ Spark, since the VTS ramps are different, and they are not sold separately. But I don't think that it's the most important thing doing "wheelies" all day


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    Has anyone been out riding on the comfort seat? Just wondering what the difference is between stock and it. Thinking of getting one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chills View Post
    Has anyone been out riding on the comfort seat? Just wondering what the difference is between stock and it. Thinking of getting one.
    Not yet, it's still too cold here, and will probably be for another month at least. But I heard somebody describe it like he could ride for twice as long before getting tired/sore.

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