Quality Heated Technology for More UTV Models

MINNEAPOLIS, MN ( August 30, 2016 ) For 25 years, Symtec, Inc. has been producing high quality heated components for powersports applications. Since its acquisition in 2010 by The Harlan Company, the pace of change has increased. They’ve completely refreshed all aspects of the Heat Demon™ aftermarket brand.

They have also simplified their product line, to make choosing the correct heat application easier and to provide consistent market-leading performance.

Heat Demon began a full scale entry into the UTV market with the first ever heated steering wheel in the fall of 2014. Heat Demon TM combined a high performance steering wheel with their proven heating technology into an easy, plug-and-play kit.

This year, Heat Demon  has added an additional fitment to their industry-first heated steering wheel. This heated steering wheel version, with patent pending Rotational Power Device (RPD) technology, fits Honda Pioneer 500, 700, and 1,000 models. The new part number is 215127.

In addition to the new Honda fitment, Heat Demon has released a heated steering wheel version to fit model year 2016 and older for Polaris Ace, Brutus, Ranger, and RZR. This version also fits: Arctic Cat Prowler (nontilt models only) and Wildcat; all Bad Boy Buggies models; all EZGO golf cart models; and all Gravely JSV models. The new part number is 215126. Part number 210210 will be discontinued.

“We are excited to be able to continue to bring this revolutionary technology to more riders every year,” stated Riley Harlan, President and CEO. The Heat Demon Heated UTV Steering Wheel retails at $349.95. Additionally, Heat Demon engineers are continually working to include more UTV makes and models, along with possible marine and agriculture fitments.

About Symtec, Inc.
Symtec, Inc.™ first began developing heated products for the powersports industry with a thumb warmer in 1989. Soon, the company was revolutionizing year-round riding with a complete line of heated accessories for ATVs, snowmobiles and motorcycles under their Heat Demon™ brand, in addition to a full range of OEM and private labeled heated products under other brand names. To learn more, visit symtecinc.com or heatdemon.com.