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steve350f

Guts tall/soft seat

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Can I use the stock seat cover with the Guts Racing tall/soft seat foam? I just got back from my first ride on my '07 WR450 and my ars is killin me. :confused: Stock cover is new so I'd like to use it if possible.

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I don't think it will stretch enough to fit the tall seat foam.

I purchased a competition tall seat for my '07 WR450 last year as well.

Great improvement, but the quality of the seat cover was not great.

Very thin material. Mine ripped after a month of riding.

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I don't think it will stretch enough to fit the tall seat foam.

I purchased a competition tall seat for my '07 WR450 last year as well.

Great improvement, but the quality of the seat cover was not great.

Very thin material. Mine ripped after a month of riding.

So the Competition seat cover from Guts is crap? I have a FLU Designs graphics kit that came with a new black seat cover. I wonder if this one is better than the stock or Guts one? I like the looks of the stock with the blue on the side matching the lines of the plastics so I guess I'll give it a shot and hope its big enough.

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I've got the comp. cover. It hasn't ripped yet but man it is thin.

The soft foam, on the other hand, is a million dollar upgrade:thumbsup:

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I love my "competition" cover.... it's the "hard core gripper" cover that is thin and sucks ass!

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