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Yamaha
Rhino
Heater
**Outside air at time
of testing 40 degrees.
Dash Control
Pull for Heat
Heater Vent
Under the Hood
700FI Heat Box
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Works so well, you won't even know it's winter.
Thank you for your interest in our heater for the
Yamaha Rhino.  Our system is unique in that it takes
hot air from the radiator and delivers it to the
passenger area.  Other systems either use an electric
heating element or coolant to transfer the heat to the
passenger area.  The type which I feel works the
poorest and gives you the most liability is the electric.  
They draw a lot of current, put strain on your battery
and charging system, and worst case scenario can
leave you stranded.  They also do not produce much
heat.  The coolant/heater core type work well, but
have some draw backs.  One is that you are tapping
poorest and gives you the most liability is the electric.  
They draw a lot of current, put strain on your battery
and charging system, and worst case scenario can
leave you stranded.  They also do not produce much
heat.  The coolant/heater core type work well, but
have some draw backs.  One is that you are tapping
into the Rhino's cooling system, adding additional
coolant lines and connections. Each addition
connection has the potential to leak. They also cause
the Rhino to run cooler which can lead to plug fouling
and carbon build up in the cylinder.  This is because
the Rhino has a small engine and the heater core is
essentially an additional radiator which increases the
cooling capacity beyond the design standards of
Yamaha.  Both the electric and coolant types can affect
the other types, is easier to install than the coolant
type, and will not run down your battery.  There is
only one moving part, and we have never had a
return.  You simply pull a lever on the dash and heat is
channeled to a vent under the dash.  Push the lever in
and the hot air simply flows as it would if you had no
heater.  Our units do not affect the cooling capacity of
the radiator.  We have tens of thousands of miles
logged on test vehicles with out a single failure.  As a
matter of fact, the prototype is still in use today.  If
you want a simple, reliable, easy to install heater for
the Rhino, then I believe ours is the best choice.
Happy Rhinoing!
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DIY Heater Videos are not returnable, and no refunds.
Our Heat System requires no electrical or
plumbing connections.  The heater is not
adversely affected by deep water crossings,
and is the most reliable heater for the
Yamaha Rhino on the market today.
Designed to be fail proof, with no coolant
connections to leak or electrical connections to
short out.
Designed and built in Shasta Lake, California
by van Wyhe's Custom Engraving.

The Rhino is a lot of fun, and with our Heater
System, it is fun year round.

Just pull a lever and have warm air delivered
through the dash.  No plumbing, No electrical
connections, No bulky boxes under the dash.  
Our heat system uses hot air from the
radiator and delivers it to the passenger
area.  Simply pushing or pulling a lever turns
the heat on or off.  Includes  heat box, 5 foot
control cable, 4 feet of vent hose, one 3" flush
mount vent, hose clamps, mounting
hardware, instructions with pictures.
Link to YouTube
Heater
InstallationVideo
Quality Products Since 1987
DIY
Rhino Heater Video
The video walks you through the entire process of
building the Heater, including diagrams, dimensions,
parts lists, and step-by-step assembly.  $39.95
450 & 660 Models
.700FI Models
DIY
Rhino Heater Video
The video walks you
through the entire
process of building the
Heater, including
diagrams, dimensions,
parts lists, and
step-by-step
assembly.  $39.95
450 & 660 Models
.700FI Models
Special Order
Rhino 700FI
Heater System