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post #1 of 23 (permalink) Old 04-13-2011, 08:29 AM Thread Starter
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Thinking of getting the mustang seat with backrest and pass seat in place of my stock. Was hoping it would not only provide more comfort but lower me a little so my feet are a little flatter on the ground, since im on the short side. Anyone done this and if so ....what do ya think?? Was it worth the 600+ bucks?

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I have the mustang seat with a passenger backrest. I like the seat and find it comfortable on long and short rides. the seat fits into the small of my back and supports it some. it doesn't ride real high up onto my back but it gives some support. I like it. My wife rides on the back and it has a good size seat and backrest she likes the seat and is comfortable as well. I like the braiding on the seat and studs, my seat also has the conchos. Mustang also has a tank strap for the victory. I have it also it has the same braiding as on the seat. I like them both. By the way I am 5"11 and have a 30 inch inseam if that helps you at all. My feet are firmly on the ground, bigger heels on the boots maybe? Mike

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I have a Mustang on my Kingpin and it raised me up an 1 or 2.
I love the seat.It is very well made and way more comfortable than the stock seat.
I don't know about the "C" bikes though.

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Thanks for the insight. Sounds like the comfort im looking for. I am concerned that it will raise me up even further contradicting my goal of having my feet more firmly on the ground though....hmm. Dont really want to put a lowering kit on if i dont have to.

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I have the mustang seat with a passenger backrest. I like the seat and find it comfortable on long and short rides. the seat fits into the small of my back and supports it some. it doesn't ride real high up onto my back but it gives some support. I like it. My wife rides on the back and it has a good size seat and backrest she likes the seat and is comfortable as well. I like the braiding on the seat and studs, my seat also has the conchos. Mustang also has a tank strap for the victory. I have it also it has the same braiding as on the seat. I like them both. By the way I am 5"11 and have a 30 inch inseam if that helps you at all. My feet are firmly on the ground, bigger heels on the boots maybe? Mike
Hey Mike....I'd like to see a pic of your bike if ya got one handy. I wanted to set mine up like that.

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Recently put the two piece Mustang on THE 99. It moved me up and forward a bit. Still warming up to it but it will be great on the long hauls for sure.
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I have it and love it. It came on the bike so I can't tell you if it's lower than the stock seat. I'm 5'9" with 30" inseam and I can flat foot the bike.

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I've had the Mustang on my 01 since the summer of 2006 and in excess of 50K miles. Well worth the $$$ spent.

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D in Maine , I'll try to post pics I'm having some trouble figuring it out lets see... I'M JUST FUSTRATED dont know how to post my pics now I'll try again sometime...Mike

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I also have the 2005 V92TC. I Just put Atom Bomb's on my Bike so far I love the Atom Bombs they Sound Great. Waiting for the Torque Tubes and FC III from Lloyds Motor Werks to be Shipped I was told around 4/25/2011 My Question to you Did your Mods Wake the Bike up very Much? Thanks Doug.

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