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I already have a Laam seat on my FZ09 and it is the bomb. Turned a butt burner into an all day rocket.

Just got the Laam seat for my Connie 14 and boy howdy it too is the bomb.

You have to be patient since Seth is pretty much a one man show, but let me tell you his seats are definitely worth the wait.:emmersed:

Your butt will thank you!

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Good to know as I'm thinking about getting a seat, but a lot of the ones I've looked at are too rounded in the pillion section and I'm not sure how my Kriega bag would work with that. The stock never really bothered me but I broke my tail bone last November and I don't think it heal properly and now the stock seat gets a bit much after about 3 hrs. Do you have any pics of the 09 with the seat mounted?
 

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Thanks, that looks really close to the stock seat dimensions wise.
 

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Thanks, that looks really close to the stock seat dimensions wise.
Its a bit wider front and rear but in a different universe regarding comfort. Your rear will thank you.

We used to say in the car sales business: "There's an ass for every seat."

With Laam seats there is a super comfy seat for every ass...and yes I resemble that remark.
 
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