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V9 seat options

Discussion in 'V7/V85/V9 Chat & Tech' started by Nathan Thompson, Feb 19, 2018.

  1. Nathan Thompson

    Nathan Thompson Just got it firing!

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    Alright, so I love pretty much everything about my V9 Roamer except the seat.

    What aftermarket or optional seats from the factory have you tried and how have they worked out for you?
     
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    TweeZ4 Just got it firing!

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    I've tried standard roamer and bobber seats for V9 MY2017+ in Europe.
    These:
    http://www.tlm.nl/webshop/en/seat-v9-roamer-2017-2-persons-2b004021000c1-moto-guzzi
    http://www.tlm.nl/webshop/en/seat-v9-bobber-2017-front-2b004027000c1-moto-guzzi

    Finally use solo bobber seat on my Roamer
     

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  3. john zibell

    john zibell Moderator Staff Member GT Famiglia

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    Since you are in the US, you may be better off with a custom seat made for you. King of Fleece on this forum modifies seats. A seat maker I have used is http://www.sargentcycle.com/ They want pictures of you on the bike and other information to make a seat designed for you. You may need to sent them your seat for modification but their turn around time is good. I also checked the Corbin site http://www.corbin.com/shop.shtml and they make a seat for the Bobber which may work for you. At one time they would make a seat for you if you sent them a pan. I don't know if they still will do that.
     
  4. decotriumph

    decotriumph Tuned and Synch'ed GT Site Contributor!

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    I have one of the Corbin seats on my Bobber now. When I ordered it, I filled out the height info, etc. that they asked for, assuming that would flag them to give me a little more legroom, but that did not happen. However, when I contacted the customer service, they sent me a work order reference and had me ship the seat back to them, with my request to move the seating area back two inches, which made a big difference. The Bobber is still no luxo-cruiser, but the modified Corbin made a huge comfort difference. I doubt I'll ever put the stock seat on unless I sell the bike someday.
     
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    OntarioV9Roamer Just got it firing!

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    The models from late 2017 have a different seat. I find it much more comfortable. Maybe a dealer can get you one? Here’s a picture of mine.
     

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