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Old 05-25-2019, 09:09 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Anybody on here know how this seat is for comfort. Really want a Corbin 2 up seat but this is more my price range.
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Old 05-26-2019, 11:52 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Unfortunately they don't make a seat for the Warrior
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Just redo ur seat.. Theres a write up on the DIY section...


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Old 05-26-2019, 10:02 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Revzilla has the Z1R solo seat and the passengers is separate. Says it fits the warrior.
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Please post a link as I have contacted them before there is no Warrior seat. They make for the Roadstar but not the Warrior.

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Revzilla has the Z1R solo seat and the passengers is separate. Says it fits the warrior.
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Please post a link as I have contacted them before there is no Warrior seat. They make for the Roadstar but not the Warrior.
Hefty this is the one he is talking about. I saw it a long time ago but I wasn't sure if it actually fit so I never bothered with it. If anyone can confirm it fits, it is a nice looking saddle.
https://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/...-star-16001700
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Hefty this is the one he is talking about. I saw it a long time ago but I wasn't sure if it actually fit so I never bothered with it. If anyone can confirm it fits, it is a nice looking saddle.
https://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/...-star-16001700
That one is for the Roadie...not Warrior. The aftermarket made less than a handful of seats for the Warrior, in it's hay-day. I know Z1R was not one of them. Star Accessories & Corbin were the main providers.
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That one is for the Roadie...not Warrior. The aftermarket made less than a handful of seats for the Warrior, in it's hay-day. I know Z1R was not one of them. Star Accessories & Corbin were the main providers.
I didn't think it would fit our bikes. Revzilla has it labeled as it would. Looks like the back side of it has to be bolted down.
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That is correct the Roadstar and the Warrior do not share the same seat pan. Sorry to burst your bubble.
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I didn't think it would fit our bikes. Revzilla has it labeled as it would. Looks like the back side of it has to be bolted down.
Yeah, I see that now after I put my bike into their system. They are dead wrong, lol.
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