From what I understood, the correct way to use it is to barely inflate it.I did try an Airhawk. I didn't like the instability at any inflation amount.
I tried it with everything from a lot to pretty much none. A couple people I rode with had them and liked them. They never move their a$$ in their seat when they ride. I move around. It's like sitting on a big moving fart.From what I understood, the correct way to use it is to barely inflate it.
Could you elaborate a little on what you meant by instability at any inflation amount?
Do you mean the air bubble is sliding around?
I added 1/4" of quality foam to mine and it made a big difference.I think the best aftermarket ninja seat would be the Sargent, but you have to get the dtx covering. The mistake I made was not knowing you could ask for an extra inch of foam. My seat is good, but the extra inch of foam would have really helped it.
I agree. The OEM seat is quite comfortable to me. I've done more than a couple 200+ mile rides and didn't hardly have a problem. My only complaint with the stock seat is the tilt. It's slanted too far forward. After a bit if I don't adjust it pulls my pants up too high.I had a much needed Sargent seat on my 2011 N1K. But at 14,000 miles I still have the stock seat on my 2020. It’s the first bike I’ve bought in a long time that I have not replaced the stock seat. I’m very pleased with it.
I've heard that plenty, but man, I just can't justify spending $500 on the damn thing.The Kawasaki tall seat is very good for tall folks.
Hi Johen,Hello I am new to forum. I purchased a 2019 Ninja 1000 abs last year. I am 54 years old, and had not been on a bike since about 1993. The ninja 1000 has plenty of power, but i find myself just wanting to go fast, especially on winding roads. I never rode a supersport, and want to know how much better handling they are for example zx 6 or zx 10. Thanks
As someone who has completed the Ironbutt CCC100 and many other rides, I can attest to the RDL seat and Airhawk pads. I had an Airhawk and a Sargent seat on my FJR when I did the CCC100 and 5k in 5 days ride.I have been doing some research on this and so far, the 2 solutions that I have not tried but many claimed to work for Iron Butt guys are:
- Airhawk pads
- Russel Cycle DayLong
You want the Russel Day Long. Yes, it's expensive. Yes, it's a pain in the *** to get done (you need to send in your stock seat pan with photos of you sitting on the bike). No, it doesn't look cool.I did try an Airhawk. I didn't like the instability at any inflation amount.
If you just want a supersport then quit being a whiney azz biatch and get one. Take your 'mistake' posts and go to a supersport forum and waste their time and not ours.