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I know it is a little early to ask, but I purchased a new Ace, but have not gotten to ride it (for wife anyway). I have some seats out of a XP1000 that I replaced & was wondering if it would be worth the trouble to try to make one of them fit? Any ideas or is the original so great not worth changing?
 

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I think you could swap them out pretty easy. From what I remember the seat seemed to pretty much be a RZR seat anyways.
 

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I sat in one and I think the seat is the same as the standard RZR seat. The seat mount is not the same as my 08 RZR but it maybe the same as an XP since I don't have an XP. I did completely remove the seat to access the engine panel I had to push down the seat adjustment lever and seat slides all the way forward until it slides out of the track.

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The ACE's seat is the same as used in a 570/800/900 RZR except there is no plastic base involved that latches in/out. The ACE's seats' sled rails bolt directly to the slider base which is bolted down to the frame.

A RZR 1000 seat will not fit in an ACE without modification but it could be done with some drilling, bracketry etc.
 

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How tall of a person can fit and not feel cramped
That depends a lot on build, upper body and torso length vs leg length, etc.
But I've seen reports from 6'2" guys saying it was comfy, and 6'4" guys saying it was cramped, to give you a guideline.
 

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I had a PRP seat in my RZR 800 that I kept when I traded it in on my ACE. Had to take the runners off of the ACE seat & bolt them onto the PRP seat. Tight fit but it works & slides, & so comfortable for my old bones. Sorry no pics. Love the ACE!
 

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As far as size I'm a 6'1" guy at about 250 lbs and felt quite comfortable when I test drove the Ace numerous times. I think the adjustable steering wheel and seat helps a lot.
 
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