Standard Height Seat
This seat is wider at the seating area and narrow like stock at the front to help keep that stock reach to the ground feel. The standard density is good for riders 70-110 kg.
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This purchase is only for the COVER and FOAM for OEM pan or a complete seat.
Seat Concepts Kawasaki KLR650 Standard is available in the following cover options:
- Carbon Fiber Sides/Gripper Top (out of stock)
- All Black Vinyl (out of stock)
- All Carbon Fiber (out of stock)
- Vinyl Sides/Embossed Top (out of stock)
Seat Concepts Kawasaki KLR650 Standard is available in the following seat options:
- Foam & Cover Kit ONLY (out of stock)
- Complete Seat +$160 (out of stock)
About Seat Concepts:
SEAT CONCEPTS is a world-class manufacturer of high quality and great value motorcycle comfort and race seats. All seats are manufactured in the United States. Seat Concepts has been making Off Road and Adventure Bike seats, as well as custom seats for classic and sports bikes and now expanding into the cruiser (think HD) market, for over ten years. With a range of covers, foam densities and heights to suit every type of rider (Low, Standard and Tall) for hundreds of bike models and years, Seat Concepts probably has a seat kit or a complete seat to fit your bike. Our most popular seat finish is a “Carbon Fibre Gripper” cover that offers a level of friction to help stop you sliding every time you hit the brakes and a standard density foam is suitable for most riders. The real trick is how Seat Concepts seats support the riders hipbones with their wider than standard seats and superior density foam. You can’t turn your two wheels into a lounge chair, however, if you can extend your ride time and comfort throughout the day, then Seat Concepts if probably the best value seat solution you can invest in.
KLR 650 softer than standard SC foam.By: Michael Zerafa on 25 June 2018It is defiantly wider and more comfy than the standard seat. Found it sloped forward which after a while got quite annoying , pulled the cover back and took to it with a electric bread knife which made it much better - don't understand why they couldn't do it themselves..
Seat concepts on a 2004 klrBy: Phil Kimber on 12 February 2018It too me about 4 months to get around to fitting this only to find that I had the wrong seat - it was for a DR650. No problem, contacted Adventure Moto and seats were exchanged. I stripped down my old seat in about 20 minutes, then followed the instructions to fit the seat concepts seat. It turned out to be quite easy. Fitted the new foam in place with the cover on top. Started by stapling either end then working from side to side to keep it even. About 20 minutes to do this. Refitted the seat. Yes definitely much better than the original and good for a full days ride. Incidentally, I just bought a cheap chinese stapler from bunnings rather than taking it to an upholsterer. About 50 bucks.