SuprDave, Ya anyone can do the seat mod, however, It is a little tricky getting it to look smooth in the back where you cut the seat off. I layered a bunch of tape and some foam around the back then streched the leather over that. You Will have to cut the leather and do a little sewing with some heavy duty thread to. It looks low profile compaired to most solo seat options out there now. I used super velcro called sure lock to attach it in the back.
Ya, I fabracated the plate and painted the skull. there's one on the front finder to. The seat mod is awsome if you have another dual seat or dont carry passengers. It's a cheep alternative to a 300 dollar new one.
8sec-z, the whole head light, ignition cover and spedo cover are all flat, must just be the light. The lowering kit is a must I think. It looks better and is much more balanced. It is a little firmer, I set the preload all the way down to the firmest position as I only weigh 160 lbs. That may make it a little lower than 1.5 or 2". I diddn't actually measure before and after.
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