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ok for longest time now I have been wondering what is the deal with all these chrushed velvet seats? my guess is that most of you guys run & ride out in the extreme heat so I would assume that velvet is cool on the azz? is that the reason? or is it more for bling?/

not makin fun of, just really curious? hell I might have to get me one too
 

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Crushed velvet seats were cool in cars back in the 70s, maybe it is making a comeback. I think that the guys on those fast azz banshees use it to cover up the skid marks left when they take off. lol
 

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QUOTE (Raptor Trent @ Jun 8 2008, 06:11 PM) index.php?act=findpost&pid=2185Crushed velvet seats were cool in cars back in the 70s, maybe it is making a comeback. I think that the guys on those fast azz banshees use it to cover up the skid marks left when they take off. lol


lmao....
 

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QUOTE (Raptor Trent @ Jun 8 2008, 05:11 PM) index.php?act=findpost&pid=2185Crushed velvet seats were cool in cars back in the 70s, maybe it is making a comeback. I think that the guys on those fast azz banshees use it to cover up the skid marks left when they take off. lol
Thats funny right there!!
 

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QUOTE (Raptor Trent @ Jun 8 2008, 05:11 PM) index.php?act=findpost&pid=2185Crushed velvet seats were cool in cars back in the 70s, maybe it is making a comeback. I think that the guys on those fast azz banshees use it to cover up the skid marks left when they take off. lol


Thats why i got mine.....f...but it dont do me any good right now since it's slow.
 

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Built in Butt wipe?
 

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they are for looks and i have found them to be cooler but don`t let you slide on launch as much as the stock style will, the seat is a often over looked area of tuning to riders leg length, mine are short and a lower cut seat puts me closer to shifter and lowers my weight on frame some, with the lower seat or cut as some call it, it also lets the rider move to rear easier and then slide back forward after pass
 

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QUOTE (frank @ Jun 8 2008, 08:54 PM) index.php?act=findpost&pid=2207they are for looks and i have found them to be cooler but don`t let you slide on launch as much as the stock style will, the seat is a often over looked area of tuning to riders leg length, mine are short and a lower cut seat puts me closer to shifter and lowers my weight on frame some, with the lower seat or cut as some call it, it also lets the rider move to rear easier and then slide back forward after pass


If it will keep you from sliding...I am all for it!
 

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ok after a long conversation with Dave ( dajogeir) he informs me that he finds it to be much cheaper to just buy one of these!
 

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QUOTE (shovelhead @ Jun 8 2008, 08:09 PM) index.php?act=findpost&pid=2209ok after a long conversation with Dave ( dajogeir) he informs me that he finds it to be much cheaper to just buy one of these!

lol, might work , but i think i`ll stay with seat, they do make a diff from gripper and anyother material i have tried, might not work with 1 of them type garments on thoo
 

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QUOTE (shovelhead @ Jun 8 2008, 08:09 PM) index.php?act=findpost&pid=2209ok after a long conversation with Dave ( dajogeir) he informs me that he finds it to be much cheaper to just buy one of these!

Do it.......just make sure your seat isn't blakc and if it is dont leave it out in the sun....ouch.
 

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QUOTE (shovelhead @ Jun 8 2008, 08:09 PM) index.php?act=findpost&pid=2209ok after a long conversation with Dave ( dajogeir) he informs me that he finds it to be much cheaper to just buy one of these!

alhtough that might be a solution to one problem ,it would then create another,all the spectators would be tossing there freshly ate hot dogs and nachos!!LOL
 

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QUOTE (phatboyz @ Jun 8 2008, 07:58 PM) index.php?act=findpost&pid=2221alhtough that might be a solution to one problem ,it would then create another,all the spectators would be tossing there freshly ate hot dogs and nachos!!LOL


tis very true, I love my velvet seats they are more comfortable, they dont get hot, and they look way better than stock imo
 

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QUOTE (shovelhead @ Jun 8 2008, 06:09 PM) index.php?act=findpost&pid=2209ok after a long conversation with Dave ( dajogeir) he informs me that he finds it to be much cheaper to just buy one of these!

I am not surprised. I heard he really prefers the crotchless variant as opposed to those pictured.
 

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lol ..... i'm not big on the way most of them look, there are some that look good, but for the most part, I prefer the cascade look (although they will slide like the stocker)
 
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