You sure those lights are legal? You wouldn't want to break the law, would you?
OBTW, back on the topic of the seat; when I went to install my Corbin, I couldn't get the rear to latch down. After struggling with it a short while I decided to try to see what was binding (yea, I'm a slow leaner). It appeared that the seat wasn't going far enough forward. Played with it some more. Bumped, pushed, grunted, struggled, did a little
. Started thinking the seat to tank fit was off. While looking under the seat while trying to align the rear latch it looked like it wasn't going far enough forward. Thought, "great, now I have to box it up and send it back for re-fitting". Then I noticed that the front seat tab appeared to be trying to go under the cross piece (from frame tube to frame tube, just above the battery) that the upside down U shaped bracket bolted to.
This forms the slot the seat tab is supposed to go into. I'm thinking "why would they design it this way?"
Then, the squirrels turned the wheels in my brain just enough for me to make a conclusion; the tab is bolted to the seat upside down. Got out the sockets, flipped the tab over and
the tab went where it is supposed to go and the rear latched down.