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I like the looks, couple of questions for you. How quick and easy is it to change out to a solo seat? Have you had passenger on it, intrested in the comfort level for a passenger?

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I like the looks, couple of questions for you. How quick and easy is it to change out to a solo seat? Have you had passenger on it, intrested in the comfort level for a passenger?

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The K/Q seat is just one bolt. Real easy. I also have a single custom seat that is a pain due to added side padding. Getting the 2 bolts in and secured takes a bit of time.
The K/Q seat is really comfortable for me and the wifey gave a thumbs up!
 

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The K/Q seat is just one bolt. Real easy. I also have a single custom seat that is a pain due to added side padding. Getting the 2 bolts in and secured takes a bit of time.
The K/Q seat is really comfortable for me and the wifey gave a thumbs up!
Nice , thanks for the feedback. The king and Queen need to be comfortable. Is there a break in period like I have been reading.

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Nice , thanks for the feedback. The king and Queen need to be comfortable. Is there a break in period like I have been reading.

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The Corbin K/Q is super comfy. No break in period for me. I also have a C&C solo seat that isn't quite as comfortable. Both are night and day vs the stock seat.:)

On a side note, the 2" handlebar risers were the best add on in my opinion. plus they line up better with the higher seat looks wise.
 

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Definitely leaning towards the KQ seat. Did you order it directly from Corbin and if so do they ask for weight and height? Where did you find the 2" risers?
 

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