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    Forgive Me Zone, For I have Modded.....the DR-Z400SM Seat

    Got my seat from Seat Concepts.com, they ship new foam and a cover, so I removed the old one, installed the new one, rode the bike. Much better, still a dirt bike seat, but better indeed. I may change out the gripper, as for SM duty on the race track it may not work out, but it is grippy..









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    Nice!

    Either my bum or the seat on the Duke is starting to break-in, so it's more comfy now than that first day for sure ...

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    It's definitely you. The DR-Z could make you have monkey butt in about 10 miles, this is better, not perfect, but much better.
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    I just bought myself an 09 DRZ400SM to use back and forth to work, save my TLR for the weekends. I bloody love riding the motard, shit load of fun!

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    Very nice looking



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    Quote Originally Posted by nickmark5 View Post
    I just bought myself an 09 DRZ400SM to use back and forth to work, save my TLR for the weekends. I bloody love riding the motard, shit load of fun!
    I commute on mine as well, and it is nice to sit here after my 22 mile ride home with a comfortable ass and a smile from the wheelies and stoppies on the way home.
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    you mite consider a sheepskin coverlet fer yer ass



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    Doug, can you post up the company details please - my lad has been complaining about the seat on his 400s
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    There's a company here that offers a gel pad to strap over the top, or a similar thing inserted under the OE cover. For about Y7,000 too which makes it pretty cheap. Then the seat stopped hurting my bum so I didn't bother

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    Quote Originally Posted by tls-moose View Post
    Doug, can you post up the company details please - my lad has been complaining about the seat on his 400s


    http://photos.imageevent.com/tlsdoug...e/IMG_1384.JPG

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