AFTERMARKET UTV HEAT
AQUA-HOT CABIN HEATERS
Aqua-Hot offers two different cab-heater sizes for the
UTV market. The AH-100 puts out a maximum of 4000
BTU/Hour and the AH-200 maxes out at 6000 BTU/H. The
system operates off your UTV’s cooling system with a high-flow/low-amperage draw fan designed to work off even
smaller UTV and ATV batteries.
The install kit is designed for pretty much any UTV,
including everything you need for a simple DIY installation.
The included patent-pending coolant diverter manifold
lets you balance the proper coolant flow rate between the
engine and the cabin heater. You can also close the cabin-heater circuit during summer months without disconnecting.
Price(s): $230–$280 + $250 install kit
Contact: www.aquahot.com or (800) 685-4298
FIRESTORM CABIN HEATERS
Firestorm cab heaters by MotoAlliance provide the flexibility of using your UTV comfortably in sub-zero temps. The
complete kits include vehicle-specific mounting brackets,
hoses, adjustable louvers, hose fittings and electrical fittings
for a professional installation.
The Firestorm UTV compact cab heater features three fan
speeds, a built-in shutoff valve and a three-year warranty. It
claims an incredible 14,600 BTU output at 135 CFM.
Price(s): $315–$600 with specific mounting kit
Contact: www.motoalliance.com or (866) 527-7637
ICE CRUSHER CAB HEATERS
Ice Crusher UTV heater kits come with a compact yet
powerful heater unit. They also include custom laser-cut,
powder-coated mounting brackets specific to your model
UTV. Available in standard and compact models for those
more crowded installs. They have an output of 13,200–
14,600 BTUs, and there is also an under-hood 28,000 BTU
heater with ducts to the dash with closeable and adjustable
Contact: www.utvheaters.com or (802) 294-0016
MOOSE UTILITIES EXPEDITION CAB ENCLOSURES
A full-cabin enclosure is the way to go for winter riding and
a definite necessity if you’re planning on adding a heater. The
Expedition cab includes a laminated, tempered safety-glass
front windshield with a two-position tilt-out function with gas-cylinder assist.
The roof is 13-gauge steel that is zinc-coated and then
powder-coated for maximum rust protection. The rear panel
consists of 5mm transparent, double-UV-protected and
twice-hardened polycarbonate. Doors are made from a combination of safety glass for sliding windows and transparent,
double-UV-protected, hard-coated polycarbonate with metal-reinforcing structure. Both doors are lockable and open fully.
Moose also has fabric (nylon/vinyl and acrylic) camo enclosures for $524.95–$525.95.