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No doubt you are finding out first hand how easy these things are to work on.
Oh yeah !! Worked on thousands of bikes, all brands, always shocked on how ridiculously easy it is to work on those F4. Literally took less than 2 hours to strip it completely down and remove the front end. 😁
 

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I like that seat .... very nice !!! Where did you send it? and what does that cost if you don't mind my asking.....
 

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I like that seat .... very nice !!! Where did you send it? and what does that cost if you don't mind my asking.....
I got it custom made by a company called Tappezzeria italia, a small place in Sicily, I used them in the past for my other bikes, always did beautiful job, this one is on my triumph 765RS.
Cost was 190 Euros including shipping. 😁
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Interesting use of a stitch pattern for the MV. It does look good, just be careful for longevity’s sake. Typical use would hide such so the loops, exposed thread, don’t get caught or wear out. On your other bike the threading is more recessed. Maybe seeing it in person would show a very durable stitch pattern.
 

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Interesting use of a stitch pattern for the MV. It does look good, just be careful for longevity’s sake. Typical use would hide such so the loops, exposed thread, don’t get caught or wear out. On your other bike the threading is more recessed. Maybe seeing it in person would show a very durable stitch pattern.
That's a fair point, I asked to make it this way more for the style than the durability since I wont be commuting on that one 😅
 
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