Seat Covers

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1/16/2019 5:56 AM

With so many different companies making seat covers now. What is the best out there for the best price? Got a new graphic kit this year so i need a new seat cover to match. Used guts last year and liked it. Guts is at $63 with the pulp discount. What are some other good deals out there?

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1/16/2019 7:29 AM

I bought the throttle jockey Honda seat cover for my cr250, after give or take 30 hours half of the lettering is now gone and the stitches on one side has given up, bought a Thrillseekers for my 450 but im still waiting for it to show up

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1/16/2019 7:34 AM

I have SDG on both of my bikes and they are real nice. Cool people too. Had a Motoseat recently as well and that was a good cover. Price wise they are comparable to what you quoted from Guts.

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1/16/2019 7:37 AM

I got the Gutts racing non-ribbed seat. it is really nice. I would highly recommend. I really like the phantom foam also. with the pulp discount, I think it was 200 for a complete seat.

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1/16/2019 8:48 AM

Shoot me an email and I can help you out with a great deal from EnjoyMFG. robby@enjoymfg.com

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1/16/2019 8:59 AM

Traction MX...... best in the game by far. Hand made in the USA to your specs, you can even choose the color of your stitching!!!!

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1/16/2019 9:06 AM

If you go with Guts.....use the Pulpmx discount code.....

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1/16/2019 9:12 AM

Moto520 wrote:

If you go with Guts.....use the Pulpmx discount code.....

Do you even read bro

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1/16/2019 9:34 AM

Motoseat for sure. Travis is the man.

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1/16/2019 9:36 AM

I've had good luck with moto seat. My last guts cover faded quickly.

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1/16/2019 9:39 AM

I'm not super pumped on how a guts cover fit. That thing will not go tight and wrinkles pull out no matter what I do.

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1/16/2019 9:52 AM

crusher773 wrote:

I'm not super pumped on how a guts cover fit. That thing will not go tight and wrinkles pull out no matter what I do.

I had one made that had issues and was baggy on a complete seat with phantom foam. Made sloppy. Ribs crooked and not parallel/straight. Set it back they made a new one. It's better, but it still has some wrinkles. The ribs are not as crooked as the last either. If you are any kind of OCD stay away. Foam is amazing unless it has holes in it. They replaced that also. They did take care of me, but I'm not impressed with the craftsmanship. I can post pictures of need be. Just my experience.

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1/16/2019 10:27 AM

walker seats out of Boise Idaho makes some really cool custom ones!
check him out on instagram @ walker_seats his name is Gus and he is a great guy

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1/16/2019 11:07 AM

Thanks All
I really like the looks of thrill seekers and Traction MX. Also just looked at motoseat and they look pretty good.
Really just want to find a good deal because im cheap lol anyone got any coupon codes handy?

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1/16/2019 11:51 AM

Silicone covers havent made it to the USA yet?

In Sweden we have cover brands Selab and Onegripper, made of silicone with a knotty surface which has an insane grip. Days of having to hold on to your handle bars out of the corners when you're sitting down is over...

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1/16/2019 12:04 PM

Motoseat. Easy to install and fit is perfect.

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1/16/2019 12:09 PM
Edited Date/Time: 1/16/2019 12:10 PM

most all of them are custom made in the usa, so thats an equal variable for the most part.

pro and con to all the different materials used. my favorite at the moment is guts. i like the grip/material feel the most. its harder to install/lay flat/no wrinkles though than a thinner/more pliable material like motoseat uses.

my next few seats will be guts with that being said...

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1/16/2019 12:35 PM
Edited Date/Time: 1/16/2019 2:28 PM

Been using Motoseat for many years,.Travis and his team are great supporters of the sport along with supporting local race organizations.

Black gripper w/ Kevlar reinforced side panels, if you wear knee braces the Kevlar material really holds up knee brace abuse.
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1/16/2019 12:37 PM

Motoseat, he makes, or at least used to make quite a few of them for the factory bikes. Top notch quality and fast turn around.

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1/16/2019 12:42 PM

Moto520 wrote:

If you go with Guts.....use the Pulpmx discount code.....

Lynch wrote:

Do you even read bro

Also....get a new graphics kit at the same time.

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1/16/2019 12:44 PM

I do like the texture of the Motoseat a bit more. It's softer and more pliable. The Guts cover is nice and tough but kind of stiff when it's cold. SDG makes a very easy to install cover. The material is very stretchy

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1/16/2019 1:01 PM

KTMmarkus wrote:

Silicone covers havent made it to the USA yet?

In Sweden we have cover brands Selab and Onegripper, made of silicone with a ...more

Have you used them a lot? Feels like everybody that are raving about how good they are just happen to be sponsored.

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1/16/2019 2:09 PM

Millerrr973 wrote:

Motoseat for sure. Travis is the man.


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1/16/2019 2:14 PM

Thrill Seekers make the BEST seat cover IMO. Made in USA
SDG makes the worst seat covers, unless your into the saggy lose look.
I will say that SDG has hands done the hardest tall seat I have ever owned, definately GUTS foam next time.

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1/16/2019 2:14 PM

Squirrelings wrote:

I've had good luck with moto seat. My last guts cover faded quickly.

I've used Guts racing and motoseat both , and both of them are extremely good. Have never had an issue with either company , and they make a really good product. Getting ready to place another order through Guts here in the next day or two.

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1/16/2019 2:40 PM

SBD wrote:

Thrill Seekers make the BEST seat cover IMO. Made in USA
SDG makes the worst seat covers, unless your into the saggy lose ...more

Honestly don’t see how SDG could be considered the worst. Mine have held up really well and aren’t saggy at all.

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1/16/2019 2:40 PM

crusher773 wrote:

I'm not super pumped on how a guts cover fit. That thing will not go tight and wrinkles pull out no matter what I do.

Doddy wrote:

I had one made that had issues and was baggy on a complete seat with phantom foam. Made sloppy. Ribs crooked and not ...more

My experience as well, I purchased a cover and foam in the killer Black Friday sale they had. The seam at the front of the seat was not straight and was tweaking my OCD. I sent it back for them to fix/install and it came out OK, but on the one side the foam is kinda wider/stick out on the one side.

They installed and shipped back for free, so that was cool.

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1/16/2019 6:35 PM

TeamGripItAndRipIt wrote:

Thanks All
I really like the looks of thrill seekers and Traction MX. Also just looked at motoseat and they look pretty good.
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attack seat cover like $30ish...and there good quality

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1/17/2019 1:21 AM

Got mine from Traction MX and I'm very pleased with the quality.

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1/17/2019 6:10 AM

TeamGripItAndRipIt wrote:

With so many different companies making seat covers now. What is the best out there for the best price? Got a new graphic kit ...more

If you have any question son seat covers let me know, always here to help. Check out out website at www.motoseat.com and you use use the seat builder to build the color combo of your choice. We offer our Ribbed covers for $59.95 in any color combo for any bike.

Thanks

Travis

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