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Offline mickyk82

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Hi fellow Z's

I am trying to find a rear passenger seat (Z900) that's comfortable, stylish, quality made and highly regarded.

i have a high seat (great investment) and installing adjustable rear shocks (R2 Nitrons) so i can take my girlfriend on some out of town road trips.

Any recommendations apart from from the obvious of divorcing the gf from the bike.

Offline Frontline

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Re: Rear Pillion (passenger) only - v. comfortable after market seat
« Reply #1 on: August 12, 2019, 01:36:14 PM »
Only company that sells a rear seat that actually offers improved comfort is Corbin (its been discussed a lot in the past). Almost all others are just a fancy cover.



Because you are down unda, I would suggest you take this to a custom car interior shop. The rear, is a simple job compared to front.

Offline mickyk82

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Re: Rear Pillion (passenger) only - v. comfortable after market seat
« Reply #2 on: August 13, 2019, 03:18:53 PM »
*Originally Posted by Frontline [+]
Only company that sells a rear seat that actually offers improved comfort is Corbin (its been discussed a lot in the past). Almost all others are just a fancy cover.



Because you are down unda, I would suggest you take this to a custom car interior shop. The rear, is a simple job compared to front.

I have taken your advise with the custom car upholstery and actually made a design myself. Ill see how it goes . In my mind the Corbin looks basic and pricey.