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Holeshot Corbin seat fitted

Post  V17R on Sun 04 Jan 2015, 10:23 pm

my Holeshot Corbin seat arrived and it is by far the best modification I have made to the bike
I'm about 5' 10" or 178cm and the seat drops you by 1 inch which makes you feel like you aren't sitting up on top of the bike like the old seat does
it also moves the wind up higher making it hit just below the visor which is much better
But the best bit is the comfort! The difference is amazing, I hated the stock seat tried both positions.
Tried sheepskin, Airhawk 2 but this is way,way better
Have tried with pillion also and got approval there also.
No sore arse at all, problem solved!
Only thing I might change is the bars which are a bit further reach now

Also recently went the Dale Walker stage 2 setup with complete Delkevic system and Holeshot forkbrace 
plenty of power and comfort now.
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Re: Holeshot Corbin seat fitted

Post  Rodroket on Mon 05 Jan 2015, 8:11 am

Glad you have comfort sorted, sheepskin made all the difference for me but I am taller.
Curious about any difference the Fork brace has made.

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Re: Holeshot Corbin seat fitted

Post  Dekenai on Mon 05 Jan 2015, 8:17 am

My personal experience is that the fork brace in conjunction with fork springs and a re-valve; the B1250 front-end can be excellent.   

Be warned, there is no 'easy' fix, do it properly or don't bother.

And BTW, love my Holeshot-Corbin.  My wife prefers the stock seat, but, to me, it seems like sitting on a marshmallow with little feel of what the rear tyre is doing (compared to the Corbin).
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Post  Rodroket on Mon 05 Jan 2015, 8:22 am

Have had the suspension reworked, mechanic said the fork brace would not make any difference, just curious on other peoples experiences.

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Re: Holeshot Corbin seat fitted

Post  Dekenai on Mon 05 Jan 2015, 8:37 am

@Rodroket wrote:Have had the suspension reworked, mechanic said the fork brace would not make any difference, just curious on other peoples experiences.

Sometimes they do, sometimes they don't (from experience).

I can say that in the case of the B1250 and the Holeshot brace it does!
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Post  V17R on Mon 05 Jan 2015, 10:03 am

Have to agree, new fork springs and brace big difference
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