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Ken in CO
This is the second seat cover I've purchased. I bought this one because it was inexpensive, but it turns out it's just cheap. The material is not at all stretchy, so installation is both difficult and leaves wrinkles. The cover is cut really small, so there's barely enough there to wrap around to base for stapling. And the feel is REALLY rough on the backside. Good traction is one thing, but this stuff is like sitting on belt sander.Read All Reviews
Greg in UT
I bought this instead of the full seat because it was cheaper. After watching a few online videos, I figured I could install the cover. The installation went fine and the seat looks great. I haven't ridden on it much yet, so I can't comment on the comfort, but I'm sure it will be better than stock. If you choose this option, here are a few tips to make the install go smoothly: -Buy an air stapler. it makes the install much easier than using a manual stapler. -Spend the time to thoroughly clean the pan after removing the stock cover. It will allow for better adhesion of the new foam and prevent potential bulging. -Put the cover in the sun for awhile to soften it up. It stretches over the pad much easier. -When stretching the sides to staple them, work from side to side, ensuring that the cover is centered all the way down. I put a staple about every 4-5 inches at first just to get the cover in place, then went back and put more staples in between after the placement was set. -Dry fit the seat on the bike before adding more staples and trimming excess material in case you need to redo something. -Don't over-stretch the cover or it will compress the foam and reduce comfort. -Use stainless steel staples to prevent rusting over time. Overall, it looks like a good seat option. I'm going to be doing some long rides this summer, so I hope it helps the comfort level!Read All Reviews
Keith in NJ
Torn on this review. Not sure if the seat is worth the price. It is not that noticeably different from the stock seat. 1/2” if you are lucky. Seat is hard as a rock too. Looks good though and fitment was perfect.Read All Reviews
Gary in MT
At this point I have the seat part installed but have not yet gotten to the wiring part, too much else going on. It seems a easy instal especially if you watch the video. I had to buy a pneumatic staple gun but have used it for other things..Read All Reviews
Glenn in AZ
As far as do it yourself projects go this one wasn’t too bad. Bear in mind, you will need a power stapler to make this job easier. Stapling through the plastic seat pan would be really hard with a hand stapler. Just follow the enclosed instructions and take your time and you shouldn’t have any issues. I went with the lower pad option and it’s plenty comfortable on my DRZ 400 S.Read All Reviews