Does the time you spend tearing it up in your Honda Talon fall along with temperatures when winter rolls around? Do you find it hard to motivate yourself to take your Honda Talon out for joy rides when it gets cold? And, when you do find the motivation, are you able to actually enjoy it? If your answers were yes, yes, and no, you need to seriously consider upgrading your Honda Talon with a cab heater. After all, you didn’t buy your Honda Talon to keep it covered up for half of the year. Installing a heater in your Honda Talon is a game changer for you and your passengers.
Riding with gloves on, heavy winter clothes, and a full cab enclosure might be fine for some Honda Talon owners during winter. But for those that don’t want to wear their snowmobile suits when riding, installing a Honda Talon heater is an easy choice to make. There are a few ways to go about staying warm in your Honda Talon. Heated seat pads and so called “bun warmers” like the ones by Tusk are popular. These Honda Talon heated seat pads heat the bottom section and back portion of stock or aftermarket Honda Talon seats. Other heating units like the Inferno Cab Heater are viable options as well. Able to crank out 18,000 BTUs of heat, these Honda Talon heaters fit both the 2-seat and 4-seat Honda Talon models. Worried about how a Honda Talon cab heater will change the look of your interior? These Honda Talon cab heaters are completely hidden to maintain a clean OEM look. Best of all, they come with everything you need for a quick and easy installation, making them perfect for Honda Talon owners who aren’t the handiest. Honda Talon cab heaters are the preferred choice amongst riders who live in harsh northern climates. Yes, we know the inside of a Honda Talon can get warm — if not downright hot — due to mechanical heat. However, if outside temperatures dip below freezing, the use of a good UTV heater can make or break a ride.
What is the alternative to not having a heating element in your Honda Talon? Well, besides the boredom and frustration of not being able to ride all winter, you’ll have to cover up your Honda Talon and leave it idle for months at a time. This is very bad for your Honda Talon’s engine. By the end of winter, you may find that your Honda Talon won’t even start anymore! Keep your Honda Talon’s engine warm, fresh, and active by installing a heater and keeping the fun going all winter long.
Another thing that those who cover up their Honda Talon for the winter miss out on is the fun of off-road riding in the snow. If you’ve never drifted through fresh powder in your Honda Talon, you haven’t experienced true joy. Tearing through the snow in your Honda Talon offers all the fun of tearing through mud without the mess. By getting a cab heater in your Honda Talon, you will be able to get the full spectrum of experiences that the Honda Talon offers. Being toasty and warm in your Honda Talon’s cab may turn winter into your favorite season for off-road riding!
Not only are Honda Talon heaters a great creature comfort for you and your passengers, but the ones that come with windshield defrosters will ensure that your visibility will never be obstructed by fog, ice, or frost. The Honda Talon Inferno Cab Heater with Defrost for Factory Windshield Wiper Kit by Inferno Heaters does just that and offers an added element of safety when driving through icy conditions. Here at Everything Honda Offroad, we have multi-speed UTV heaters as well as Honda Talon heater extension kits so that the rear passengers won’t get cold. Controlled via customizable knobs or dash switches that fit stock dash ports, the Honda Talon heaters from Everything Honda Offroad don’t require you to make cuts in your dash, drill holes in your Honda Talon, or make any other significant modifications to your machine. Tell Jack Frost where to shove it this winter with a Honda Talon heater kit in your side-by-side!
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