Yep, alive & well. Gin & Tonic time coming up.. :wink:GTNZ wrote: Thanks David,
Hope you're well mate.
Cheap, Cheap........Tubber wrote: You might want to consider an Airhawk seat cushion? Captain Slash said they are very good and I can now ride from Sakon Nakhon to Chaing Mai with one fitted in relative comfort which was impossible with just the standard seat. Also has the benefit of easily being put on another bike. I just leave it on and nobody has nicked it yet. Not sure of the price, I got one off a mate cheap.
:shock: :shock: :shock: US$175!!! A buddy sent me one from Canada for 50 Euros. I first bought a new genuine Yamaha Comfort Gel seat, cost 9,000B and wasn't any better. Wish I tried the Airhawk first, they definitely work. Hot water bottle looks like a cheap alternative though.HTWoodson wrote: You gotta find an airhawk used. New ones were around $175 USD when I last looked, just a few weeks ago. That's about 6000 baht, quite expensive considering you can have the whole seat redone on your bike for 400 to 800 baht.
But the airhawk is supposed to be a great cushion if you don't mind the cost. Highly recommended by members of the Iron Butt Association in Ron Ayres's book on long distance riding.
That's the one I was thinking of buying. Any complaints? And do you use the large or small pillion on your FZ-1?HTWoodson wrote: [quote quote=Tubber]I have the pillion pad one fitted to an FZ-1 if that is any help?