Pic's ?Originally posted by yamadog@Mar 1 2004, 03:42 AM
I just bought the perfect remedy from high flyte, it is soft as a baby ass, the claim it is 2 1/2 higher, but you go down into it, Man what a difference. All my buddies are getting one now for woods racing. This is the best improvement I have made yet.
Originally posted by velocity111@Mar 5 2004, 02:32 PM
yammi - I second that! Go ride Glamis for 7 days in a row and tell me you aren't sufferin' from a terminal case of monkey butt! :O
That's just a stupid statement. By your reasoning most of the people who run the Baja 1000 should just stand up all the time. 1000 miles is a long ways to stand up. What about the Vegas to Reno run? Terrible 250? Also, the seat my be raised slightly, but the foam compresses and you're back to stock height.Originally posted by dunatic@Mar 5 2004, 08:21 AM
I guess my point is why buy a YFZ if you are going to be sitting on it all the time instead of riding it agressively like its meant to be ridden? :what If someone is going to just sit on it all the time like "Cletus" then they should get an underperforming bike like a Honda. The narrow, harder YFZ seat was designed for aggressive motocross-style riding allowing maximum body movement. It's very hard to make a narrow and low seat soft. It's just my opinion, but I think Yamaha put the right seat on the right bike.