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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 01-13-2014, 08:41 PM Thread Starter
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Russel Day Long --The secret is finally out

No one in their right mind would disassemble a 1000+ dollar seat....I rest my case. Without out further adieu here's the teaser reel.

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hmmmmmm, molded foam around the pan me thinks....

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You have my attention for sure. The difficult part might be to figure out just 'what kind of foam' was used. I figure there's going to be several layers.

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I would like to take the foam off of the seat pan. So I can place it on the seat pan of my 900. I was thinking I could use a wire and a battery to peel it off. Any ideas would be appreciated. It's glued down.

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yeah a wire and battery aka a hobby knife should work either that or a razor blade with ninja like skill and the patience of ten snipers lol

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What about some thin fishing line?


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What about some thin fishing line?
the idea of the electrified wire is that it gets supper hot and cuts thru the foam like butter leaving no gouges or ruff stuff at all

fishing line would require a sawing action that could cause damage in a catastrophic proportion

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the idea of the electrified wire is that it gets supper hot and cuts thru the foam like butter leaving no gouges or ruff stuff at all

fishing line would require a sawing action that could cause damage in a catastrophic proportion
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