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The stock seat on an otherwise delightful bike is gone. Tried the Ducati "comfort" seat . . . a misnomer. Corbin's and Sargent's seats aren't that custom (no logo an the back?) Mugello's mouthwatering goodies are not happening without a ticket to Thailand, (not necessarily a bad thing), or they need to change their bushiness model about exporting their stuff. That's where Matthew Larson of Larson Upholstery comes in. Not only is he a bike enthusiast and skilled craftsman, but he is above all else an artist. We talked about what I wanted in a seat regarding style and function, and he created a comfortable work of art. He's in Seattle, and would be glad to talk. www.larsonupholstery.com
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Gorgeous seat...
 

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Toona-Dave. that looks great.
Did he use the existing seat pan and did he make the seat wider in the "seating area"?
 

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Toona-Dave. that looks great.
Did he use the existing seat pan and did he make the seat wider in the "seating area"?
He used the stock seat pan, and re sculpted the foam - adding a bit hear and removing a bit there. The recess for the tool kit is gone, (it now lives in the rear tray) and replaced with a flat piece of aluminum.
 

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very very nice flat bottom line!
May I know if he trimmed the front end too? It looks lower and hugs the tank better?
 

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