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Who rebuilds seats?

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I've been searching for the guy that improves your stock seat but can't find it anywhere/ Anyone know of him?

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(www.enginedynamics.com)They did a 650l head years ago for me,all the road race single's guy's use them out here.Very trusted to shop's here in Cal.

He is asking about the seat you sit on not engine work. You are thinking of Renazco maybe, worth the money and wait from what I hear. I have my name in for December.

I also recommend engine dynamics for engine work.

MGS

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X2 for Guts. I have the tall/soft Guts kit, and it is awesome. I bought a flea-bay seat and used the pan so I could save my stock seat as new.

DBM

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X2 for Guts. I have the tall/soft Guts kit, and it is awesome. I bought a flea-bay seat and used the pan so I could save my stock seat as new.

DBM

Can you use the stock cover or do you have to buy a new one from Guts?

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I think you need a new cover if you go for a tall. I have a tall/med with cover in my garage already installed. I will trade with anyone with a 2000+ stock seat in good shape. You ship me your seat and I will ship you mine for say 50 bucks. The foam and cover are less than a year old and only used a few hundred miles.

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The tall/med is good. The only reason I would get a Guts is for a higher seat. For long comfort they are not as good as stock IMO. The reason is, if you look at the pictures I took, the seat gets thinner the higher it gets so you are sitting on less surface.

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