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At home on any style Triumph Classic, the RSD 2-Up Step Seat is narrower and thinner than your stock seat, while still covering the Triumph frame rails for a clean look. The unique stepped rear end is for passenger comfort as well as keeping you planted in the saddle when you feel the need to rip it. Rear panel with subtle RSD button adds a touch of flavor to the rear of the seat. Controlled density polyurethane foam and a marine grade fiberglass base-plate.
Available in either Boss diamond stitch or Enzo pleated stitch
Roland Sands 2-Up Seat For Triumph 2001-2015
LOVE my RSD 2-up
Was looking for a custom look but didn't want to deal with making a seat pan or other fitment issues - this thing fits perfectly & looks awesome. It rides 2-up just as intended, and still has the cafe look when I'm solo. Great quality build from Mustang seats as well. Had a hard time finding a pic of the seat on a Bonnie - So'll I'll attach mine...
May 26, 2015
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A shopper asked:I have a 2007 bonneville. It is a carbed model so it has the smaller tank. Is there a gap between the seat and the tank (the way there is on the brittish customs slammer seat for carbed model bonnevilles)?Nov 12, 2014
Clay V:I put the 2-up Boss seat on my 2014 T100 with with EFI and a 4.2 gallon tank. I'm not familiar with the exact difference in tank shape/size from the 2014 to the 2007, but on my bike it is actually a bit of a snug fit. Actually took some fiddling to bend the front of the seat back while sliding the seat hook in to the slot. Once install the front of the seat tries to bend back down and pushes against the tank to make a firm, gapless connection. So if the thank isn't too much shorter, it might actually fit just fine.Nov 12, 2014
john g:No gap at all. The seat looks awesome - I couldn't be happier. I do have a little more buzz in the seat at some rpm but not bad. Love it & get a lot of comments. Seat is actually made by Mustang.Nov 13, 2014
Gerardo G asked:Is there a gap between the seat and the tank when used on Carb-model bikes (non-efi bikes with smaller gas tank)? This is an issue with the brittish custom slammer seat and was wondering if it is the same with this seat. ThanksNov 12, 2014