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Old 07 June 2010, 17:52   #11
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Old 07 June 2010, 18:34   #12
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willk: are you going for some suspension seats? If so, which ones?
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Old 08 June 2010, 03:40   #13
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willk: are you going for some suspension seats? If so, which ones?
Not just yet, I have to finish paying for the willkraft first
However, in my constant Quest for Knowledge (currently in it's infancy) I take every opportunity to check these things out. Empirical Test results at 50kts support the ScotSeats as well as they supported me. Next time I'm in Gigha - hopefully next month (4 island tour planned, wx premitting) I'll take a run with GighaSeatours (on here) and scope out the Ullmans and Skydex flooring. Anyone interested in shock mitigation should make a cuppa and read Don's website. Oddly, Don was "off Island" on my last visit, must have been a fluke
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I was out on the Redbay 1050 with the Scotseats fitted for most of the publicity pictures and have to say that personally I found them to be more comfortable that Ullmans. I think the slight sideways movement made a massive difference and although I have various issues with my back (used to be a crap road bike rider) I had no problems after the run. I did however have serious issues with my super douper mustos that were as waterproof as a paper bag!!
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I did however have serious issues with my super douper mustos that were as waterproof as a paper bag!!
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Scotseats for me. I had a good look over them at Ribex and liked what I saw. I mentioned that on one of their seats I would have liked slightly more obvious lumbar support and they said that would not be a problem, they would model the foam to my requirements. So not only a good standard product, but they will 'tweak' it to suit you. Gets my vote
And still cheaper than Ullmans.
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