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post #31 of 36 (permalink) Old 01-19-2008, 03:35 PM
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Zero. I went over 100MPH with it and it didn't fall off either

I reason way it works it that it fits the rear seat so perfectly. It's very tight on the seat and doesn't move at all.
I think the design is awsome just curious as for hard it is to get the seat to click back down, but it sounds just like a stock seat reinstal. I'm sold on it just need to order one up and give her a little paint, I still like a little carbon showing. When I saw this in another post awhile back I thought you removed the seat and replaced it with the carbon one, but that is the E-MOTO one I guess. Now I can trick the bike and still beable to take the wife when needed!!

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Zero. I went over 100MPH with it and it didn't fall off either
That would be good news for ME ....surprised Randy hasn't had a comment for me.

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post #34 of 36 (permalink) Old 04-08-2012, 09:30 PM
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Guys. today my friend borrowed my tools and didn't tell me he couldn't get the latch to lock, so i went riding on the 101 then I felt something hitting me on my back and my carbon fiber tale was gone.... now I need to get one and I'd like to get this one that mounts to the original seat, who sells it and how much is it?

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warning,you must unscrew the screws under the seat and slightly hammer it out ,so it latches correctly
otherwise you will lose your back seat,as I did both the carbone cover and the seat.
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warning,you must unscrew the screws under the seat and slightly hammer it out ,so it latches correctly
otherwise you will lose your back seat,as I did both the carbone cover and the seat.
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