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post #1 of 10 Old 08-19-2014, 09:51 AM Thread Starter
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Was just on their site and there is finally a release date. These are really nice looking seats and from what I've read online they work just as good.

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post #2 of 10 Old 09-14-2014, 01:36 PM
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Seat is out. Cant wait for a ride report. I need to figure out which one I want to buy now that we have so many options.
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Great products from Sargent Cycle! The heat option is very nice also. They have become too pricey for me lately, and can't see myself spending that much money for an FZ-09 seat. They do custom seat work that is always top notch to the stock pan that is far cheaper. Will decide on them or Seat Concepts this Winter for a new seat cover and foam which both companies adjust the foam to your body weight.
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Got on the phone this morning and placed my order. Will be telling you all about it when its here
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Ordered mine Monday morning . He said I was the first one to call an place an order for it. If the seat feels as good as it looks I will be a happy rider.
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So did anyone get the Sargent? How about a review? How much does it change the awful slope of the stocker and how is the overall comfort? Slippery cover or grippy? Do tell.

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Was just on their site and there is finally a release date. These are really nice looking seats and from what I've read online they work just as good.

Sargent Seats - Yamaha - FZ-09 - In Development
I need to figure out which one I want to buy now
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post #8 of 10 Old 03-10-2015, 11:49 AM
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I have it and love it. No slope and a larger surface area to sit on. So it distributes my weight more evenly. I will say that it is pretty hard though, so some might not like that. But again for me the wideness makes it more comfortable. On another note, they told me that the rear cowl should be ready in 4 to 6 weeks. If it looks good I will get that being that the FZ-09 is a solo machine for me.
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I have to go along with Broncs' on this one. Hard, but well built. No slippage or slope problems. I just have to wear bike shorts (underneath) or the seat is too hard for my skinny butt.
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Was just on their site and there is finally a release date. These are really nice looking seats and from what I've read online they work just as good.

Sargent Seats - Yamaha - FZ-09 - In Development
I need to figure out which one I want to buy now that we have so many options
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