Thanks Scott, I have also asked Edward at the Wisconson build to post a picture with his high back bucket seat installed. I prefer a low profile clean look, but wonder how comfortable a kart seat will be on a lengthy ride? There are a lot of seats on eBay, but I wonder about the quality. I will continue researching and will come up with something I am sure. I bought a 320 mm steering wheel and as soon as I settle on a seat, I will be all set... Well almost, still need the kit, huh... I am making my order through Exomotive this Wednesday. I really like a yellow paint scheme and probably black or graphite frame, but have been considering dark purple. I will offer this, if you have a cancelled order, or a spare Eco-Exo "R" kit that is ANY color, please let me know. I really want to ride it this summer. I am thinking the "Blue Ridge Parkway" and "The Tail of the Dragon" would be a great place to showcase your product. It is only about 550 miles to the start and goes for just over 400 miles. (short ride)
You may reconsider only to prefer PU steering wheels for open vehicles. At first I purshased a cheap steering wheel with ugly logo but got a Luisi later. Keep in mind no sharp edges! The die cut spokes can be sharp and not pass MVSA. Here a nice list of "classy"cheap versions: www.autostyle.nl/interieur/stuur/sportsturen.html?p=1
The inspection for registration here in Massachusetts centers a lot around documentation and paper trails. I am not familiar with the MVSA, but I am guessing it has to do with Motor Vehicle Safety. My intention is to have a lot of things finished before my kit arrives. The wheel is a 320 mm flat bottom, all weather wheel, not fancy, no sharp edges. The seat I am going to test will actually go into my Subaru. The front seats are in need of replacement. The back is to high for the trike, so it will be "REDIRECTED" to a higher calling. It is a plus it goes with the interior of my vehicle. I am in communication with Edward Belkom in Wisconsin and he is recommending a better fit formmynseat. It will be a mid back bucket. At my age, I am looking for a little comfort. I had all paperwork for my donor checked by the state inspector. It was suggested I try to get the insurance company's salvage appraisal. I am happy to say, it is "in the mail" and all other documentation was acceptable. I started my own blog section. It has a few photos of the newer style Burgman 400cc engine, and some before and after shots, check it out, comments are welcome. Thanks for the link and suggestions.