Kawasaki KRX Forum banner

1 - 15 of 15 Posts

·
Registered
Joined
·
15 Posts
Discussion Starter #1
Has anyone used the Seizmik vented windshield? Wondering how it compares to the Dirt Warrior for air flow/dust.

The Seizmik vents block a bit of the sightline, but more overall viewing coverage than the dirt warrior. About the same price as DW and not even glass.

The split sightline with the vents open in the DW looks like it would be really annoying even though it allows you to see down.

I know windshields have been talked to death, but I haven't seen anything about the Seizmik in my searches. Anyone using the Seizmik soft rear?

I'm just spinning in circles in which windshield to buy with ease of removal, vents, and wiper. All options seem to have tradeoffs. We get hit with every type of weather in Northern ID.
 

·
Registered
2000 white KRX
Joined
·
397 Posts
I have the plexi seizmik window. Has two vents lower front. Has not bothered my sight line at all, as they sit low enough. I frequent Hatfield trails in WV. We’re u have high hills and mountains. Never has been an issue.
The vents could produce more air flow in my opinion. But work great as u can adjust and use as defrost etc.

Hope that helps. If need pix or anything let me know.
but I do like the windshield.
it has held up on scratches great as well.
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
15 Posts
Discussion Starter #3
I have the plexi seizmik window. Has two vents lower front. Has not bothered my sight line at all, as they sit low enough. I frequent Hatfield trails in WV. We’re u have high hills and mountains. Never has been an issue.
The vents could produce more air flow in my opinion. But work great as u can adjust and use as defrost etc.

Hope that helps. If need pix or anything let me know.
but I do like the windshield.
it has held up on scratches great as well.
Thanks Mike. Do you run a soft or hard rear panel? Would you want more airflow for dust control (I see a lot of complaints about that) or just to cool down the cab? It's a really popular windshield w/the Polaris guys, but it's also like $200 cheaper for them.

Sounds like you ride similar topography, it's really only dusty a month or two out of the year when it's 80-90 degrees, but even then it rains occasionally to keep it down.
 

·
Premium Member
2020 KRX
Joined
·
707 Posts
I have the seizmik vents that I cut into a SuperAtv poly windshield. I also run the Kawi soft roll up rear window. In the fall it’s nice because you can control the air flow from the vents, but the dust can be a pain. I pull the windshield in the summer because it’s not needed here in AZ. You’d die from the heat!!
 

·
Registered
2000 white KRX
Joined
·
397 Posts
Thanks Mike. Do you run a soft or hard rear panel? Would you want more airflow for dust control (I see a lot of complaints about that) or just to cool down the cab? It's a really popular windshield w/the Polaris guys, but it's also like $200 cheaper for them.

Sounds like you ride similar topography, it's really only dusty a month or two out of the year when it's 80-90 degrees, but even then it rains occasionally to keep it down.
I run the Kawasaki back windshield. Hard.
air flow with it is terrible do agree. Seems it holds turbulence so to speak. LOL. Dust swirls. When dusty on trails. We ride cold weather so it helps.
fumes also seem to sit
I run a trinity “full” exhaust.
getting supercharger soon when it drops. When that happens back window goes. Will sale. Go to a net.
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
15 Posts
Discussion Starter #7
Dirt Warrior for me. Love it, all aspects.
I think I'm pretty sold on this. Large vents, glass and wiper. Frame takes up a bit space , but sounds like it's still worth.

Sounds like you live in or near Seattle, so if this has worked for you it should be good all around for me. I live in Seattle, so we will have matching KRXs but I'll try to leave mine at the cabin in Idaho!

Thanks for everyone's help, I'm liking this forum!
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
15 Posts
Discussion Starter #10
I'm up in Monroe and ride Reiter and Walker Valley.
That's a great place to ride. I live in the city in Magnolia so not a lot of extra space for trailer and SxS, but if I ever have it here, would be fun to ride together and get some tips on the KRX!
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
19 Posts
Has anyone used the Seizmik vented windshield? Wondering how it compares to the Dirt Warrior for air flow/dust.

The Seizmik vents block a bit of the sightline, but more overall viewing coverage than the dirt warrior. About the same price as DW and not even glass.

The split sightline with the vents open in the DW looks like it would be really annoying even though it allows you to see down.

I know windshields have been talked to death, but I haven't seen anything about the Seizmik in my searches. Anyone using the Seizmik soft rear?

I'm just spinning in circles in which windshield to buy with ease of removal, vents, and wiper. All options seem to have tradeoffs. We get hit with every type of weather in Northern ID.
We have a glass windshield made by EMP. has vents ,comes with a hand operated wiper, we have a electric now.
 
1 - 15 of 15 Posts
Top