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Old 06-02-2007, 09:51 AM   #1
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I'm searching for a replacement seat pad for the Honda.
Can someone point me in the right direction?

Is there any alternate seat to the basic 1/2" foam pad?
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Old 06-02-2007, 10:08 AM   #2
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I don't mind running sprints on the plastic but, won't it wear your a$$ out on a 5+ hour endurance?
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Old 06-02-2007, 10:33 AM   #4
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Nope... after the first turn, that's the last thing on your mind. I used to do two - 1 hour stints during endurance races, and never once did my hurt... it was usually my knees, wrists, and back, lol.
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Nope... after the first turn, that's the last thing on your mind. I used to do two - 1 hour stints during endurance races, and never once did my hurt... it was usually my knees, wrists, and back, lol.
I'll try a few TDs w/o the pad.
I've been running around the neighborhood w/o and it's not a problem
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I've got some of the adhesive pad in stock.
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I've got some of the adhesive pad in stock.
I spoke to Brandon yesterday and he informed me that 1/2" was thickest you could order, is this correct?
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I can get 3/4". There's also a precut one that's a little thicker, I can show it to you when you come up.
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I can get 3/4". There's also a precut one that's a little thicker, I can show it to you when you come up.
I was thinking about doubling up the 1/2"
But if the precut is thicker and has an adhesive back, I'd love to look at this.
BTW... Do you carry this in Stock?
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guess he wanted we could get one of those memory foam pillows and cut it to fit
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Old 06-02-2007, 03:25 PM   #15
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guess he wanted we could get one of those memory foam pillows and cut it to fit
Says the man with a sofa on his bike as a seat!
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hey now, I'm trying to get rid of that sofa so lay off.......dont be hating on me cause my dont hurt after a track day like yours
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Dude..........GP Tech has a pre cut NICE foam seat. If they don't do the F4i, order the RR model. Didin't I tell you this the other day?
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my old srad track bike just had a little foam. it was old and wore out didnt do much. i would have left it off if it werent for the crack in the plastic.

i did a couple trips to corpus on that bike no prob...
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Dude..........GP Tech has a pre cut NICE foam seat. If they don't do the F4i, order the RR model. Didin't I tell you this the other day?

GP Tech's website sucks, you cant order from there.
And no one answers the phone around there :eh:
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GP Tech's website sucks, you cant order from there.
And no one answers the phone around there :eh:

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