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Sargent World Sport Performance Seat Triumph Street Triple/R 2008-2012
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Sargent World Sport Performance Seat Triumph Street Triple/R 2008-2012

Features:

  • Precision-engineered, lightweight, tough, PVC/acrylic alloy polymer CarbonTec Seat Base Pan
  • Super Cell Atomic Foam suspension and enhanced shape for incredible driver and passenger comfort
  • Improved seat angle which eliminates forward slope and provides a more neutral seating angle for driver and passenger
  • 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
This Product Fits:
Triumph
Street Triple 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012
Street Triple R 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012
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Sargent Triumph Street Triple Seat 08+ 4.9 5 9 9
Well worth the cost over stock. I bought a Sargent seat for my 2010 Street Triple since I commute often about an hour away. Normally after about 45minutes on the stock seat, I would start squirming to find a better position. After installing the Sargent seat, I have done a few runs up and around the California coast and I have yet to have to stop due to my rear end being sore. Its always due to gas. This seat is easy to install. Fit is a little bit off for the seat locking/latching mechanism but relatively firm push(you dont have to bang on it) on the rear of the seat secures it in place. My wife took an hour ride on mine as a passenger and she also believes it to be an improvement over stock. Granted, its still a naked/standard bike so its not made for comfort. But this seat is without a doubt the best improvement Ive made in regards to comfort. December 16, 2013
Very Nice I was very excited to get this seat on the bike after all the positive reviews. Now that I have been riding on it for a couple weeks I can say it was a huge improvement. At first it felt so strange and stiff. Its a little wider and that took a few days to get used too. With this seat I now ride back off the gas tank without any compromised freedom. At a stop, I position more forward and over for a stable footing. Its not the seat that compromises a good footing, its the riding position. That being said, the riding position with this seat is a huge improvement. Still plenty of freedom without all your weight seated at the center of your crotch. With the better distribution and better materials, I am no longer saddle sore. September 12, 2013
Don't hesitate! 2010 Triumph Street Triple. At about 24,800 miles I finally ordered the Sargent seat. I can think of about 24,800 reasons why this should have been the first purchase made for the bike. Love the seat! No more sliding into the tank. Much broader and slightly lower position for highway riding. Firmer and thus better feel when cornering. Thanks Sargent! and thanks Revzilla! August 19, 2013
HUGE improvement for long rides. I just spent 4 full days of riding in Deals Gap on my new Sargent seat and wow, it is a major improvement in long-day comfort over both the stock and Triumph gel seats. It also looks good to me, but it does change the look of the bike a bit. The seat gives you more room to move around, which is a plus, but that also means more room to slide around, which is a bit of a minus. It is slippery, and I found that I want to add Stomp Grips to my tank now to keep from sliding in really spirited riding in the twisties. Overall though, this is a fantastic seat and I think a great upgrade to my bike! May 14, 2013
Amazing feeling but some install issues Just received my new Sargent seat for my 2010 Street Triple R and as soon as i sat on it i could feel the difference in the riding position. I have yet to ride it on a long distance but i would say the other reviews about the riding performance are spot on. Two things i feel i need to highlight though: 1 - the seat definitely makes you sit taller on the bike, feels like 10mm. I'm about 5'6 so i'm pretty short and i was already a bit on my toes sitting straight on the bike so i'm planning to adjust the rear height of the bike to make it work better for me. The increased height also makes you lean more on the bars. 2 - There definitely is an issue with the rear latch not being 100% lined up to the lock. When you lock it, you have to push down a bit hard on the rear of the seat to make it lock properly. When you want to unlock it, it doesn't come out easily. I found it came off easier if you push down on the rear when you turn the key, then take the seat off. To me i still recommend this seat as i was already aware of the height issue and the locking problem is not the best but there is a trick to it so its not a big problem. The pros of the better riding position and comfort on longer rides would outweigh the cons. April 16, 2013
A beautiful seat I decided to purchase this seat after having a sore behind from the daily commute to work over the summer. The first impression is one of quality. It's a beautifully put together piece and look and feel are both very high end. The first ride was quite a surprise as it feels totally different from stock. It was much firmer than stock and you naturally end up riding further away from the tank. As a result, the riding position feels very different. This initial difference worried me as I decided whether I liked it or not. The seat also is a bit wider which means it's a bit longer reach to the ground at stoplights. The best surprise was that I felt I could move around easier. This made shifting my weight on turns easier as I felt more locked in and supported. And while the seat is very firm, it never leaves you feeling sore. Overall, it's a big improvement both aesthetically and functionally. October 21, 2012
It grows on you I bought the Sargent seat for my 2012 Street Triple R based on the positive reviews I'd seen in various message boards. To hear most people tell it, the Sargent will make it feel like your posterior is being lovingly cradled by a cushion of clouds and cotton candy. Those positive reviews, I think, gave me somewhat unrealistic expectations for the seat and I was initially disappointed. The stock seat on the Street Triple is known to compel the rider into the seat, often uncomfortably. It's a very severe slant. The Sargent, however, feels a little wider and quite a bit flatter. That flatness allows you to comfortably sit away from the tank. However, the "edges" of the seat feel quite a bit sharper, which can be uncomfortable to the backs of the thigh. That caught me off guard, and nearly resulted in me returning the seat. I'm glad I waited, though. Within a couple more rides, I realized that I'd basically been trained to sit very close to the tank by the stock seat. Once I moved back a bit and realized the Sargent offered more usable seat space, I started liking it. And over the last week and a half, I've grown to love it. For kicks, I switched back to the stock seat and took a quick ride this weekend, and I was aghast at how awful it was... and how much more comfortable the Sargent it. I was expecting a drastic increase in comfort, but the reality is... the Sargent requires you to get used to it. I don't think you break it in: I think it breaks you in. Once it does, you're in love. I only have two relatively minor complaints. First, I think it's a bit pricey for a seat. That being said, I'd buy it again, so clearly it's not that big an issue. Secondly, latching the seat into place requires more downward force on the seat before it clicks (as compared to the stock seat). Hardly a critical issue, but it is noticeable. June 25, 2012
Comfortable, but with flaws I recently purchased this Sargent seat before going on a 750 mile round-trip, knowing the stock seat would be too uncomfortable for the job. The seat arrived in just a few days and initially the fit and finish looked to be top-notch. Attempting to install the seat proved difficult, as the rear "peg" did not line up with the seat latch (it was about one quarter to one half an inch too far towards the back of the bike). I was able to maneuver the peg so the tip was at the latch and a swift thump of the pillion seat got it to lock. Trying to take the seat off I learned that the key would not fully turn (thus preventing the seat from unlocking) unless I keep slight pressure on the key while thumping the pillion seat to complete the turn & unlock. There were several minutes of mild panic until I figured out that violence is indeed sometimes the answer. Given the cost of the seat, that is disappointing, but the seat its self is much better than stock when riding. In the past few weeks I have noticed that the seat is now a bit easier to remove and replace. I don't expect it ever to be perfect, but it's more tolerable now. Pros: Better riding position; much less sliding towards the tank when breaking. Wider seat means more comfort on longer rides. Finish of the seat (excluding the lock peg placement) is excellent. Looks better than stock and suits the bike. No passenger grab strap (another good excuse to ride solo is a pro for me, YMMV) Includes hardware to accommodate OEM pillion cowl. Cons: Seat pan does not have a spot for either the tank prop tool or the hex key from the OEM seat. Seat lock peg out of position (several reports of this on Triumph sites). Width of the seat puts a little more pressure on the inside thighs when at a stop with both feet down than with the OEM seat (minor, we're talking slight discomfort, not pain). June 18, 2012
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Paul S: Looking for a more comfortable seat for longer rides. Excellent product! Apr 5, 2014
Nain I: Triumph Street Triple stock seat is down right painful after 35-45minutes of riding. This makes a world of difference. Mar 19, 2014
Francis C: I want a more comfortable seat for longer rides. Feb 8, 2014
Steve T: I was looking for something more comfortable than the stock seat and this product is universally recommended in every review I saw. Aug 26, 2013
Paul S asked: Does the seat hardware work with the Triumph passenger seat cowling? Aug 14, 2013
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Shane B: The OEM seat cowl does fit on the Sargent seat, but there will be a gap between the cowl and rear plastics. Search on triumph675 dot net for "sargent seat cowl" for a picture. I cannot post a link here apparently.

The OEM seat cowl also pushes down on the fabric of the seat which has resulted in a indentation/mark being left where the front lip (closest to the handlebars) of the cowl hits the seat. I've only had the seat/cowl for a few months, so I cannot say whether this will develop into a larger problem or not.
Aug 15, 2013
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William M: It does. Aug 15, 2013
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Jonathan K: It looks like it has the proper mounting points, however, I don't have a passenger cowl, so I don't know for sure. I can say that it is immensely more comfortable than the stock seat, though wider, and therefore makes the bike seem to be slightly higher off the ground Sep 11, 2013
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A s: I don't know Paul. I don't have the passenger seat cowl. There is a place on each side where something can be bolted. The shape of the seat is a little different than stock though. You might check on one of the Triumph forums. Aug 15, 2013
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A shopper asked: Will the Triumph Tailpack mounting harness (zippers) bolt to the underside of the Sargent pan as with the stock seat pan? Thanks! Oct 11, 2013
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Peter W: I don't know. Everything is tighter in the fit. If you contact Saregent they will help you. I spoke to them befor purchasing the seat.

Also much better seat I can move around now. Seat looks good to, albeit not to much different.

Best,

Perer
Oct 11, 2013
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A s: Sorry, don't know the answer to that. I do not have that tail pack. The underpan is different from the stock seat, but it does have the side bolds that the seat cowl bolts to, if that's what your tail pack uses.
Sorry I could not be more help.
Oct 15, 2013
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Barry H: The seat has a more room under the pan then the oem seat has. The is a small cylinder on the seat pan now. Oct 11, 2013
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A shopper asked: Hi there,
I just want to be sure this will fit on a 2013 model STR. Any comments....alternatives out there? Hate the STR gel "upgraded" seat.....terrible rip off.....Also can I return it if I don't like the fit?
May 10, 2013
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jpark: No, it will NOT fit a 2013 Street Triple/Triple R. I ordered this seat for my '13 Street Triple based on a call to Sargent. They commented that they had sold a few to '13 owners and had no negative feedback, so they felt it probably must fit. Got mine today from the good people at RZA and it does not fit. The 2013 chassis changes now have moved the hole to receive the locking pin on the bottom of the seat rearward, such that the pin on the 2012 seat is too far forward to fit into the locking mechanism of the 2013 bike. Big disappointment. As always, the guys at RZA are great and will take it back since it will not fit. May 31, 2013
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