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    Familiar with Renazco, the current hot ticket in DR-Z land is Seat Concepts they sell the seat cover and foam for $159.00 for the DR-Z, fella's swear by them. I may try one, it can't be worse and the price isn't bad.
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    Yikes, Renazco is pricey :o I guess if they're stocking seat pans though, that makes sense ...

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    You gotta send them your stock seat pan I think. Its a low-volumn deal, all done by hand, custom foam density, shape etc to your weight and desires. Cover is real leather, stitched up very nicely. Its expensive, but when you play with one its clear why. Note, my XR came with one the previous owner had purchased, I didn't spend the $$, I've got an arse of steel (and sadly the PO went for a rather wide, stock-height seat which is great on the road, but in the desert I'd rather a touch slimmer and a good bit taller)

    The Seat Concepts stuff is getting popular with XR650R people too. Cheap and its wider than stock so better support = more comfort.



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    KTM offers 3 different 'ergo' seat, same height then +20mm, +40 supposedly with gel in there ... nobody on the KTM forums has replied to my thread yet so I don't know if that's +40mm of padding or what ...
    I got the TL gel seat recovered ages ago, wonder if they do foam or whatnot ...

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