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Sargent World Sport Adventure Touring Seat Kawasaki KLR650 1991-2013
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Sargent  World Sport Adventure Touring Seat Kawasaki KLR650 1991-2013

Features:

  • Precision-engineered, lightweight, tough PolyTec Seat Base Pan
  • Super Cell Atomic Foam suspension and enhanced shape for incredible driver comfort
  • Improved seat angle which eliminates forward slope and provides a more neutral seating angle for the driver
  • Widened and slightly concave shape to increase contact area and better distribution of pressure over a greater area
  • Fully assembled and ready to install right out of the box

Note: Image of seat on bike has silver welts. Seat comes with black welts.

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Fitment Notes & Exceptions

Note: Does not fit the the "C" (European) models

This Product Fits:
Kawasaki
KLR650 19912013
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Sargent KLR650 91+ Seat 4.8 5 22 22
Save your hinder This seat is awesome .....very well made, very comfortable and well worth the money. Everyone knows the stock KLR seat is horrible on long rides. Now with the Sargent world performance seat that changes. Long rides are no problem for the rear. Super easy to install..... Just a couple of bolts and it is ready to be ridden into the sunset. Don't wait buy now!!! February 10, 2014
This seat is a vast improvement over the stock seat. I have only been out a couple of times but I can say for sure it is superior to the stock seat. The comfort level was realized during the first time out. Installation was a little more difficult than the stock seat but the comfort level helps justify that. Finish is a little slippery but not too bad. The sliding on the seat could have been attributed to the type of pants worn during the first rides. This may help when trying to clean after a dirty ride. Overall, I can say I am happy with the seat and would definitely recommend it over the stock version. February 7, 2014
much better . After weeks of research and reading reviews the Sargent seat keep getting the best reviews over the other brands. So long story short I got one and it was as described by all , Great seat ,easy to install , Looks great . But most important feel great . The one thing that no one seemed to mention was the one thing I really wanted to know, It is A much wider seat platform than the original seat and A touch lower on the standard model . December 16, 2013
Don't expect too much... The quality, comfort, workmanship, and material are superb. However the low model will only give an inch of ground reach at best. The passenger seating area is pretty low but didn't buy it for that. While it is lower than stock, I had higher expectations about the improved ground reach. October 24, 2013
This is by far a much better seat than stock. I am really pleased with the seat. Only took a few minutes to install. I'am 5' 8'' and went with the lower profile and glad I did. Shipment was fast and packaged to prevent damage. Thanks Revzilla and team for your prompt service. Will be in touch with future orders. September 30, 2013
More than met my expectations I was more than pleased with my purchase. I just came back from a 1400 mile dual purpose ride and thought the seat was fantastic. Some of my riding buddies purchased the same seat and we all were very impressed. September 23, 2013
Must have KLR upgrade My only regret was doing HT Boxes and heated grips before upgrading the PITA stock seat. This seat is COMFY! July 22, 2013
A lot more comfortable than the stock seat. The seat sits a little lower than expected {I'm 6'5" and 220} however wideness of the seat makes up for it. I can now ride longer with-out having to get off and stretch. The cost is in-line with what a quality seat should be. If your butt goes numb after riding on the stock seat this will help make your riding more enjoyable. June 10, 2013
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Sargent World Sport Adventure Touring Seat Kawasaki KLR650 1991-2013
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Charles P: Reviews and price. Mar 29, 2014
Roberto S: good reviews Mar 10, 2014
Jason H: Hoping to find a better long distance seat. Particularly for two up riding of 400-600 mile days on a KLR650. Jan 13, 2014
Robert M: I chose this seat because of the reviews I read and the stock seat is not suitable for extended rides. Jan 13, 2014
Peter S: Mistakenly thought it would be a huge upgrade from my wearing-out stock seat because of how great my Sargent seat for another motorcycle is. For me, wrong assumption. I much prefer the stock KLR seat. Nov 11, 2013
Kent D: The Sargent and Corbin replacement seats for the KLR650 both get good reviews for comfort and appear to maintain the adventure bike look and functionality. At $314 (Sargent) versus $417 (Corbin), I went with the least expensive. The Russell seat is really beautiful and appears to be very comfortable, but I can't picture using it in the back country where we often ride. Oct 7, 2013
A shopper asked: I actually only need to know how much more it lowers my reach to the ground when sitting at a light. Some lower seats are wider, and don't really help you reach the ground better. I am inseam challenged, and cannot "flat-foot" on the stock seat. I also find the stock seat uncomfortable. I don't mind the height, except when on gravel, because my tip-toes don't have enough of a "footprint" for traction, and I'm always slipping whenever I am stopped on gravel.

I have to ride on gravel roads everyday, as well as stop. Will this seat improve my leg's reach to the ground? I'm thinking two inches should do it, but I don't want to lose any suspension travel by lowering the bike.
Jul 8, 2012
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syaoran: I was looking for the same information then I came across the following review.

http://www.ridermagazine.com/gear/sargent-world-sport-performance-motorcycle-seat-for-kawasaki-klr650.htm

Based on the information within the review, the low profile seat will drop you down 2 inches.

Hope this helps.
Jul 13, 2012
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RevZilla: The low seat is approximately 1 inch lower than stock. The true benefit is that the front of the saddle is tapered and more narrow so that your legs are not forced apart as much while stopped with your feet on the ground. Jul 13, 2012
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OKREDNECK: I have 30" legs, on my KLR650 I can back it up in the gravel. I live out in (BFE) Oklahoma, so I'm on gravel 90% of the time. Jan 21, 2013
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Product Style RevZilla SKU ID Manufacturer Product # Availability
Black/Black / Low Seat Height 618021 WS57319 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black/Black / Standard Seat Height 618022 WS57219 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours