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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 05-26-2014, 03:07 PM Thread Starter
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I haven't put it on the dyno yet, but I'm thinking it will add at least 4-5hp
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Its a JATO bottle? Full of Mexican Jumping Beans?
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No, just a swingarm bag filled with my insurance card, wallet, and phone. But I am about to place an order with Lloydz and should see some real hp increases in the next month.

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I suggest deadcreekcycles.com
They're making a solid solo bag mount I helped them design and prototype. No bouncy bouncy on the swingarm. Solid mounted to the frame. Works with a bunch of bags with a flat back face.

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I suggest deadcreekcycles.com
They're making a solid solo bag mount I helped them design and prototype. No bouncy bouncy on the swingarm. Solid mounted to the frame. Works with a bunch of bags with a flat back face.

Use promo victorysolo and he'll know I referred you.

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Can I ask what seat is on your bike? Thanks.
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That was a Corbin Hollywood Solo


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Thanks. How did you like the seat?
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Loved it. Far far better than stock. Does bring you forward slightly but much better weight distribution, thigh support and shape. No tailbone suffering like stock. Warning it is a Corbin so it is hard as a rock by design. If you want softer go mustang but mustang will sit higher and further back.


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Loved it. Far far better than stock. Does bring you forward slightly but much better weight distribution, thigh support and shape. No tailbone suffering like stock. Warning it is a Corbin so it is hard as a rock by design. If you want softer go mustang but mustang will sit higher and further back.


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Thanks again. I wish I'd been I the market for one when you had yours for sale.

One more question. Was the seat a tight fit at the tank? Did it rub/squeak against the tank?
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I haven't put it on the dyno yet, but I'm thinking it will add at least 4-5hp
I know this post was forever ago but where did you find that bag?
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