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Tony, What is the approx. cost for that design w/ gel? IT LOOKS GREAT.

Also, will the sissybar work with it?
 

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Oops....my bad.... Forget the 'sissy bar' comment
 

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Think he's out on a ride... lol

That looks great Tony! Love how the sissy bar pad has the flame patterns on it as well, that completes the look of that seat combo perfectly!

Tony, What is the approx. cost for that design w/ gel? IT LOOKS GREAT.

Also, will the sissybar work with it?
Yes, they R&D'd his seat while we were there so that this would fit with the sissybar attached as shown by his pics!

They did a great job and were really nice, can't wait to get mine on now... :D
 

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Looks great... will have to go back up in the next month or so and get mine done.
 

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Looks great man! What did it cost for the seat and sissy bar set up?
I won't lie, it was pricey all together. $425.00
$275.00 for the fastback seat
The gel alone was $75.00 and the sissy bar pad was another $75.00

To upholster the stock Fury seat and pad with gel will run you $300.00

I just got back from a two hour ride and it was so comfortable..
No more ass sore.. I'm lovin it...:)_:)
T
 

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Is that the design from the irate grill?
 

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Lookin' good!

Here's some pic's of the Fury Fastback seat installed.
Just got back from a test ride, what difference the gel makes.:)
Plus the design of the seat supports your lower back more since it comes up higher.:)
Fricken jazzed with the outcome....
They do nice work there.. CC Seats - Home Page

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Soory, should posted in the Appearance Thread.. my bad...

Yeah, that increased back support definitely looks more comfortable for a day in the saddle!
 

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Yeah, that increased back support definitely looks more comfortable for a day in the saddle!
It is refreshing to ride, nice support. The GF stated the gel also help with the shock absorbing on the bumps.

The seat has to be my number 1 favorite mod I done to date on the bike..:) (Well next to the chrome wheels..)
T
 

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Tony, I'm seriously considering buying that seat from C&C. How far could you ride on the stock seat before your ass started to get sore? How far can you ride now with the C&C seat, and do you ever get sore now? Also, how much do you weigh, because I know my weight is a factor? If I buy a seat from C&C does it come with gel or is the gel extra? ........and one more question: Isn't the C&C just a bit wider than stock, which I'm hoping it is, because I believe that will add to the comfort?

Thanks for any help/advice you can offer.
 

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Guys, I'm also very interested.. but would go with tribal blue stitching. I'd need sissy bar + pad and would want the same fast back. Problem I've got is I can't drive my back across the Atlantic for fitting. Any suggestions ?
 

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Guys, I'm also very interested.. but would go with tribal blue stitching. I'd need sissy bar + pad and would want the same fast back. Problem I've got is I can't drive my back across the Atlantic for fitting. Any suggestions ?
They don't need your bike. They already have molds of the stock seat pan from these guys who loaned their bikes to C&C, and they make a fiberglass replacement. I called C&C today for pricing and other info and Chuck e-mailed me some pics and told me to call him with anymore questions, or if and when I'm ready to place an order.

Also, I believe the sissy bar and pad on Tony's bike is a Honda part which you buy through your dealer, but if you send the pad to C&C, they will stitch it if you like.
 

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They don't need your bike. They already have molds of the stock seat pan from these guys who loaned their bikes to C&C, and they make a fiberglass replacement. I called C&C today for pricing and other info and Chuck e-mailed me some pics and told me to call him with anymore questions, or if and when I'm ready to place an order.

Also, I believe the sissy bar and pad on Tony's bike is a Honda part which you buy through your dealer, but if you send the pad to C&C, they will stitch it if you like.
Thanks Steveo....
 
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