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Smile Seat Concepts - Pillion Seat Dimensions?

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For those of you that have installed a Seat Concepts on your Versys 650, could you please measure the width and length of the pillion section? It would be very appreciated.

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Seat Concepts - Pillion Seat Dimensions?

Across is 12 inches. From the top straight to the back is 13 inches but it is not squared but rounded at the back. Much more comfortable than the stock seat. The seat concept pillion is flat on top not like the stock seat which has a hump down the middle. It is also shaped to take away the B buster toward the tank.


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I've been using the SC seat now for a couple of weeks. Much better for me the the stocker. IMO the look of the SC also compliments the V ... even better then the stocker.

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Across is 12 inches. From the top straight to the back is 13 inches but it is not squared but rounded at the back. Much more comfortable than the stock seat. The seat concept pillion is flat on top not like the stock seat which has a hump down the middle. It is also shaped to take away the B buster toward the tank.
Thank you! Much appreciated!

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Thank you! Much appreciated!
I don't mean to pry but just to let you know, if you need the dimensions to order a Triboseat, the standard Versys size fits fine.

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I don't mean to pry but just to let you know, if you need the dimensions to order a Triboseat, the standard Versys size fits fine.
I was thinking of an Airhawk Pillion pad for my SO.
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