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Does a biposto seat fit the monoposto tail?

I want to convert my biposto to a monoposto. I know the biposto subframe will fit a mono tail, but is the actual seat cushion/pad interchangeable? I know I will need to find a cowl pad. Thanks!

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Yes (I've done mine) and I don't know about the seat cushion - I got a complete unit including, seat cushion/pad, wiring & lights.

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the tail fairing will fit and you can get a carbon seat cowl to take the place of the passenger seat pad
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I know the tail piece will fit the subframe, I'm asking about the actual seat pad/cushion. Can I take my existing pad from the biposto tail and move it to the mono tail? I've considered the carbon replacement for the passenger seat pillion, but I think I prefer the full OEM look.
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I know the tail piece will fit the subframe, I'm asking about the actual seat pad/cushion. Can I take my existing pad from the biposto tail and move it to the mono tail? I've considered the carbon replacement for the passenger seat pillion, but I think I prefer the full OEM look.
Yes mate, the seat's are the same.

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Yes mate, the seat's are the same.
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