The Excel continues to run away from the pack with its state-of-the-art frame design created with the Vortex and Aggressor seats. Not only does the comfort and high containment put the Excel at the top of its game, the styling is unmatched. The shoulder belt holes made popular by the Vortex have been resculpted and additional holes have been added for the lap belt as well. A loose cushion, normally found only on the larger off-road racing seats was introduced to the UTV market for additional comfort, ease of cleaning and option to change cushions for different height drivers. Vehicle specific mounting design allows the Excel to be bolted into the RZR, RZR 4, Teryx and Rhino. The new cover design and shoulder belt holes can be added to any Twisted Stitch rear bench to create a four passenger package. Safety harnesses can be easily removed for access to under seat storage due to large pass-thru shoulder belt and lap belt holes.
Each Excel starts with ¾" mild steel tubing which is bent with a computerized bender and welded in a fixture for repeated accuracy. The frame is then powder coated for a long lasting durable finish. The suspension of the seat comes from the hand sewn reinforced vinyl liner that is laced to the frame with military-spec parachute cord and then covered with multi-density foam. The seat cover is sewn together with marine grade vinyl, UV coated automotive tweed or leather for an exceptional fit and finish.< The Excel is available for the Polaris RZR, RZR 4, Kawasaki Teryx and Yamaha Rhino from Twisted Stitch Seats or an authorized dealer with a MSRP starting at $455.00. Dealer inquires are welcome. About Twisted Stitch Seats: Twisted Stitch, Inc started from a necessity for high quality, custom ordered off-road seats with a reasonable build time. Each Twisted Stitch seat is built to order and usually ready for delivery within 14 days. Every Twisted Stitch seat is hand built in the USA with the highest quality materials and craftsmanship from a staff with over 50 combined years of experience.
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