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Hi there, could someone please help me with the stock seat of my 2007 wr450f, it is way to hard for long enduro`s so i tried to soften it by cutting a piece away and use softer foam but no luck now its all s$%t and ugly! Some dudes here on TT have used the "guts tall soft" foam but i was wondering if the stock cover will fit the "tall" foam or sould i get the "Standard height soft" one?

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Forgot to ask how much higher are the guts tall foam against the guts stock foam??

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Forgot to ask how much higher are the guts tall foam against the guts stock foam??

WWW.GUTSRACING.COM

•SEAT FOAMS

• Fits stock seat base

• Gives any bike that fresh new feel

• Available for most bikes in stock or tall height

• Available in soft, medium or hard firmness

Hard is like stock

Medium soft works for stock height

Soft is needed for tall height to retain stock height

I use tall/medium for extra height

This is based on my and friends 220-270 lbs.

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Thanx for allll the info looks like i will be ordering the tall soft with competition seat cover!!!

Thanx!!!!!!!

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Thanx for allll the info looks like i will be ordering the tall soft with competition seat cover!!!

Thanx!!!!!!!

I used the soft STD height and it works great for me. I'm medium height inseam @30 inches

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I just received a Guts "Comfort" kit for my 2007 WR450F. Does anybody have any experience with the "Comfort" fit? I currently have a Guts soft stock height seat foam. I plan on carrying my wife with me in the mountains and was hoping the "Comfort" seat might have a little more padding towards the rear of the seat. I clock in about 175 and she is 105. I will report how the seat foam works out after my trip.

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I just received a Guts "Comfort" kit for my 2007 WR450F. Does anybody have any experience with the "Comfort" fit? I currently have a Guts soft stock height seat foam. I plan on carrying my wife with me in the mountains and was hoping the "Comfort" seat might have a little more padding towards the rear of the seat. I clock in about 175 and she is 105. I will report how the seat foam works out after my trip.

be sure to get buddy pegs and be careful with your wife.:worthy:

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Tall is the way to go, but I think the soft is too soft. If you sit down all day long then it is probably fine, but if you go from sitting to standing a lot I would think the medium to be better as I feel the soft is somewhat couchlike and holds you in. Then again, I'm using the stock seat and it feels fine because I try not to sit down much.

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Tall is the way to go, but I think the soft is too soft.

Brett is correct....get the tall but make sure to get the medium...it will be "hard" at first but once it breaks in, its nice. My dad has the soft and its way to soft. :worthy:

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So i received my guts tall soft seat with competition cover and wow its perfect except for it a bit to tall but will get used to it! Thanx for the advice from you all!! Good product and awesome service!

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I weight 200 pounds and went with Guts medium foam stock height. Much improved over stock

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