The problem with their seats is the company more than the build. Hope that makes some since. I got one in 12 for my XCT, totally wrong build for the bike. Nothing I specified. Sent it back and after a couple of months began calling and got a lot of the same answer to the point I wrote down the procedure and played it out the last call I made for them. They weren't impressed.
OK, trying to find anyone besides a call taker was futile, last effort to just get the seat back was a complaint with the BBB. California BBB office should be in looking distance from what I could figure out, but they said they had never heard of them. Funny, after the written complaint, I got a call from the BBB, a letter from Corbin, and a lot of banter, mostly saying how they had done nothing wrong and were in a timeline of sorts for the rebuild. Got the seat back in about 4 days, that was the goal.
I won't do business with them again, but to be fair the seat was to spec. It fit good, sat well, the positions of the rider and passenger had been corrected and only took them 5 months. I would have liked a tweak or two, but they weren't getting it again.
Still on the seat and still as happy with it as I can be without the minor corrections. Would like it to carry its width out farther and would have liked an extra half inch of forward seating, oh well.
As for the ugly stitched log on the passenger back rest it seems to be a Corbin Logo. Yea I could live without that too.
Some people go their whole life wondering if they made a difference, Marines don't have that problem.~ Ronald Reagan
2012 XCT, AFR+ Gen 4, Lloydz air filter. I don't equate noise with power.
I ride with the Force.