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I wanted to give an endorsement to the Mugello team in Thailand for the amazing craftsmanship and professional service. I ordered a slim seat from them and I am extremely impressed. International delivery to the US was painless and the turnaround was very fast.
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Thanks- Those side panels are actually made from a vinyl carpet runner. It's just a temporary solution to keep the battery compartment and wiring protected while I figure out a longer term solution. Mugello does have some nice side panels that are due back in stock in the next week or so...you can see those here.

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I may consider designing something different, but If I get lazy, I'll place an order for those. The vinyl panels worked out surprisingly good though- Im not in as immediate a rush as I was....

If you explore the galleries on this site you can see others who have purchased from Mugello as well, including the panels. Those guys will basically make anything you can come up with though...
 

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Wow that's a beautiful seat, excellent scrambrane! Do you purchase the complete seat, or do you send in a pan for them to build on?

Sarah
 

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Thanks Sarah- The seat comes complete with their custom shaped pan.
You do not need to send them anything. I should have taken a picture of the underside of the seat- The underside is finished in black felt to hide the staples- it's a nice touch.

*I should note that you do lose the little carve out for the tool pouch.
 

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No sweat, I think that toolbox is the source of most of our seat troubles, anyway. Is the Mugello seat extra heavy, like the Corbin?

Sarah
 

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Sarah- I did not notice any obvious difference in weight But I will try and weigh them in the next day and get back with the details.
 

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No sweat, I think that toolbox is the source of most of our seat troubles, anyway.
I was thinking the same way, assuming that on top of this toolbox place, the foam was less thick. But, in fact, if you locate this toolbox place when you're sitting, it's not the reason. As many of us noticed that the Classic saddle is more comfortable than the Icon one, I really think that the shape of the Icon saddle is the reason for being uncomfortable.

My Classic saddle, after now 6000 km, is really comfortable and I don't think I will change it now.
 

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Thank you,scrambrane. Those carpet runner panels that you have on the side,are those needed to use slim Mugello seat?
 

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You don't need anything really. It's just that the slim seat offers no protection to the battery case or wiring under the seat. You are most likely going to want to find a solution for that.
 

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I really like your frame cover under the seat.. I prefere them than the Mugello shop ones..
Do you have some draw or picture of them before assembling on the bike?? I'd like to build something similar but I have many doubts..
Thank you!
Max
 

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Did you order online or was everything done over the phone or via email? Their website doesn't seem to work, at least not on my tablet...


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