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Thread: Corbin Vrod touring seat and upright luggage rack

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    Corbin Vrod touring seat and upright luggage rack

    Like it says - Corbin Rider & Pillion seats with Luggage Rack that slots into the back of the pillion seat.

    Mos. def. fits VRSCA/B '20-'05; may fit others, I dunno.

    1st pic is full touring / camping load-out; next is the seat with backrest only; next closer-up loaded :-)

    Let me know if you want more pics without the luggage mounted / closeups etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RDJ View Post
    Like it says - Corbin Rider & Pillion seats with Luggage Rack that slots into the back of the pillion seat.

    Mos. def. fits VRSCA/B '20-'05; may fit others, I dunno.

    1st pic is full touring / camping load-out; next is the seat with backrest only; next closer-up loaded :-)

    Let me know if you want more pics without the luggage mounted / closeups etc.

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    Would you know if it will fit a Kawasaki Vulcan S?

    What are the measurements in length and widest part?

    Maybe a pic what it looks underneath but only if you think it might fit my Vulcan

    Cheers

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    Thanks for your interest. Unfortunately it probably won't fit another bike - at least without a lot of work. The Vrod frame is curved / hydroformed and Corbin designed the seats to custom-fit snugly. Anyway, here're pics; of the underneath of the rider seat, the pillion seat, and one of the rack that plugs into the back of the rider seat - into which I strapped luggage bag and camping duffle.

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    Bugger the seat, give us the low-down on the turbo V-Rod.

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    It's quick. It's very light, and with the (detachable) windscreen off and running 5-8 of boost it goes rather well, indeed.

    The turbo is a Trask, fitted by the man himself when I rode up to Sturgis from LA a few years back. Along with a redesigned and larger underseat tank. The mini-tank the 'rods came with stock would get you about 115 miles, fast but not furious. The bigger tank will get you 155 miles, touring.

    If you run it fast+lotta-boost, like say on a good road from Wickenburg to Vegas, need to refill about 85 miles later. I mean a friend had to fill it up twice, at Wikieup and then Kingman. But who cares...

    On the long tours like Hwy 50 I also carry a full 1.5 US gal tank strapped onto the rear passenger floor board (don't carry passengers but bungee the tool roll on one side and spare gas on the other, keeps C of G low and works well).

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