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Discussion in 'Vendors' started by PAULIBIKER, Nov 18, 2017.
Do you have any XXL available? I would like to try this on my Suzuki DL1000XT.
I took a chance that you have some in stock and sent the money via PayPal. Can’t wait to try it.
Great service and quick shipping. I bought this thinking it would be an inexpensive way to add a little bit of cush, a little bit of grip and would offer some element protection while sitting outside the office all day. Plus, as much as I love my sheepskins I was ready for something else.
Installation couldn't be more easy. And I could see how simple it would be to just staple the thing to your pan if wanted.
I asked what size for an 06 fz6 and was given a medium. Fits perfect. After some decent saddle time I will chime back in with my thoughts.
Here's a few photos:
Seat I'm covering:
Got mine Monday. Installed it that night and rode it the first time yesterday.
Easy. No permanent modifications required.
Noticed the breeze on ride to work this morning. Should make a big difference when it really heats up this summer.
Glad you guys are happy.
Additional air flow is IMO the biggest benefit of these covers. No “hot” spots.
Do you think the same size would fit the stock seat and the corbin seat on my gen1 DL650?
Medium is the correct size for the DRZ. Large is only slightly bigger, I would try that.
Anyone know the size for a CRF250L (Rally actually, but should use same seat)... didn't see it in the chart.
That is a size medium. Thanks
What is the right size for a ktm/husqvarna 500?
If I'm thinking of the right bike, that seat is long and thin. Shoot me some length, width, thickness numbers please.
78mm long x 21mm wide x 11mm tall.
Evening(well down here it is),
Just wondering if you post to Australia, what size fits the Trusty DR 650(07’ model) and how many dollars please.
Or alternatively is there a dealer in Australia that you could point me to?
Kymco Yager 200i (Dink 200i - hell of a name
32" long from end of the front nose to rear edge of the seat.
15" widest portion of the seat
8" tall at the forward hump portion
3-4" tall at the rear seat portion.
Shipping outside the US isn’t cost effective.
That is a small. Thanks
My oldest Sit & Fly goes back to March 2015 and it's still going strong and doesn't even look tatty. It got moved from an XT225 to my WR250R. I cut off the mounting strappage and used zip ties to secure it instead, using more locations and avoiding spots that were in the way of seat mounting. Works great! And a really great product that even makes rain on the seat no problem since the mesh doesn't soak up moisture and passes it below where it's not touching your pants. Great cush too, that doesn't seem to deteriorate.
I also built up the XT225 seat to make it taller and wider in back, using closed cell foam under the Sit & Fly. That too worked nicely.
2015-10-12 17;34;22 by greenboy, on Flickr
Later I bought a Sit & Fly sized for a Burgman and cut spare mesh away as I went along while working on a zip-tie fit for the NC700X I had just bought, making sure any zip-tie was out of the way of seat mounting hardware. That time around I took a couple of pictures. You can conform to pretty much any shape and get a clean tight fit that doesn't change as time passes. But if there is already a shape/size for your bike's seat, that's the way to go, even if you augment with zip ties.
2016-08-14 11;36;42 by greenboy, on Flickr
2016-08-14 11;23;20 by greenboy, on Flickr