Great Idea, Okay Execution
The idea of adding a small middle seat to the RZR 800 is a wonderful idea with loads of potential. The execution, in this case, is good, but not great. The installation, while not difficult, is clumsy, and leaves a bit to be desired as far as ease of access for the CVT assembly, which is accessed from behind the seats. One must first remove the two front seats, then unbolt and completely remove this seat. Only then can you even think about removing the panels necessary to access the clutch, belt, etc. The problem is that the nuts that hold this seat in place are not attached to the brackets, meaning you must use a wrench to hold them while removing the bolts. This means you have to carry one more tool with you. Additionally, the vinyl that the seat is made from seems cheap, as is the method by which is is attached to the seat, with simple draw-cords that stretch the fabric around the seat, and no staples, stitching, or other form of fastener securing the fabric to the seat. Think aftermarket Autozone seat covers for your car. It's just like that. These things combined are why I rated this three stars. Like I mentioned in the beginning, the idea is great, but the execution could be better.
Reviewed by: Matt C from SV, AZ.