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post #1 of 65 Old 08-23-2011, 07:48 AM Thread Starter
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Corbin CBR250R front and rear seats

Anyone replaced their stock seat yet? I know how comfortable Corbin seats are and I see they are offering a nice looking replacement for our bikes.
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Thanks for posting this, wasnt aware they were available yet. Going to order one soon!
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Oh sick! Totally ordering ASAP

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I a ordering, I have had two before and liked them both. On my vtx 1300, if had kept it, I would need to have the seat modified further, but it was still waaaay better than stock. rode the vtx1300c into the dealer, rode out on sh150i. No regrets, but wish corbin made a seat for the SH150i.
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I want one...wish it was less than $259
but I have to do something,these stock seats are the worst ever made..

UPDATE: just ordered one...can't wait till I receive it

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I want one...wish it was less than $259
but I have to do something,these stock seats are the worst ever made..

UPDATE: just ordered one...can't wait till I receive it
I like the edit hahaha.

If it's comfortable then it's worth $259 IMO.

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Nice! Thanks for the headsup! I think i'll def be copping at least the front saddle...
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Sweet!! Now that is a worthwhile mod!

I don't see the point is spending masive dough on performance items for this bike like pipes that net you a whole 1-2 hp gain but...
Anything that improves ride quality like suspension, ergo's, comfort is money well spent I think.

Thank you for the link Azul
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Can't wait for a report on these. I had one on a Nighthawk 750 and it was a great improvement.
The one thing I don't like about the CBR is the sporter style - I would rather have a naked street bike with the same engine and drivetrain. I'd like to hear if the Corbin saddle makes the riding position even more aggressive than the stock seat. My hands hurt some from the forward posture as it is.
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