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06-06-2019 10:07 PM
HValkrider who did you have your seat modified by?
02-14-2019 09:47 PM
cgill That's a great looking seat.
02-13-2019 07:41 PM
JackB I'm glad they found your bracket hopefully your seat works for you.
02-13-2019 06:20 PM
Afta Bracket has been found! Finally got to install the seat. I ha my seat cut down a inch and the pillion raised 1. 5. Gel sandwiched between memory foam.
02-12-2019 10:58 PM
Afta I paid $600 and didn't got about half the quality you did. Your version is more what I asked for Mine is plain and I'm not sure I got the memory and gel in my driver's portion of the seat. The guy was a pain in the A$$ to deal with. He's still trying to find my mounting bracket.

Where did you have it done?
02-12-2019 10:46 PM I had the stock seats modified and could not be happier.

I have a OEM backrest and now all 3 pieces have the same pattern, I thought the OEM backrest not having the same material was on the cheap side.

I am also able to remove my side panels, if needed. I checked out a Corbin at the Galveston Rally and the salesman said he would need to remove the seat to be able to remove the side panels. I said don't bother, that's a deal killer for me.

Got all 3 pieces done, with thick memory foam for $450.

I am 6'0 and go about 275 lbs. We did a 6 hour trip a couple of weekends ago and was it was like I was sitting in a Lay Z Boy chair, very comfortable.

I have attached a couple of pics, enjoy.

P.S. If anyone knows how to rotate pics when dragging them over, please let me know the hack.

12-10-2018 06:15 PM
Afta I will take a picture later tonight. Its not wider at all. Corbin is far wider but our old one cut my wife off in the back of the legs and she's not a big girl by any means. She hated the Corbin so we tried this route this time. We shall see.

They used the original taper as they added an inch and a half rise to it. The taper up is from the original lines of the base. My wife wanted to set up higher and I needed to sit into the seat not on top of the thing.
12-10-2018 03:25 PM
bscrive That is how Honda should have sent the bikes out. Might have save me a boat load of cash.

Looks gooooood!!!!!!
12-10-2018 10:25 AM
Swagfu WOW!! That looks enormous. When you get them bolted up, can you post a picture from the rear? I would be interested to see how wide they are on the bike. The Corbin is pretty wide looking, but yours may be even wider.
12-09-2018 03:42 PM

Not screwed on yet but just sitting in place. I have to install the valkyrie adapter next under the seat.
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