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Re-shape stock seat

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  1. wlc587
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    Has anyone here re-shaped their stock seat?

    I want to make the horn thinner and better the contour for comfort and also to lower me a little.

    I can't find anyone around here that does it... I know they exist, but can't find em...

  2. VTvinChic
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    Have you contacted your local upholstery shop? Maybe your dealers in the area might have a recommendation.
    There are some online outfits that you can send your seat to be modified:
    http://www.pacificcoaststar.com/pcs/..._1300_seat.htm
    greatdaytoride.com

    Or DIY:
    http://www.650ccnd.com/seat.htm

  3. quicgmicg
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    I know lots that have reshaped their stock 1100 seats. All PCS "Chip" seats for the 1100 are reshaped stock seats. From what I've seen, it can't be all that difficult.

    Here is a link to some seat info from the Delphi 1100 Riders Forum "KB".

    From the KB

  4. tnv922d
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    http://www.pacificcoaststar.com/pcs/..._1300_seat.htm

    Well mine just arrived from PCS.....it looks awsome and feels great......I think it is well worth the money.......sure is far more affordable than some of the other options even with the shipping to Canada...

  5. ymv
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    You might want to take a look at this website. I am shipping my seat to him next week.

    http://greatdaytoride.com/Home_Page.php

  6. quicgmicg
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    I just found this site on doing it yourself. As mentioned earlier, it's really not all that hard using tools most of us have laying around the house.

    Less than $20 for a new seat doesn't sound too bad!

  7. Sdar462Donna
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    I don't know when you posted this... but My friend did her by herself. She just took the seat off and unstapled it, and cut a little of the foam out at a time. You might try it yourself if you can't find anyone. Also - put 4" or 5" handle bar risers on to bring the handlebar closer to you... that made a BIG difference on my 650.

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