Most aftermarket seats are very firm. That's actually what helps yout rear end not get numbed like as with the stocker. I also have a Corbin and its the same but in the long trips a firm seat is more comfortable than a softer onw. My friends mustang is the same way too. I just got my gel seat a few days ago and just tested it today for about 30 minutes. looks like it will take a few hundred miles to break in to by rear shape.
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2007 VN 900 Custom modifications:
Corbin Young Guns Saddle*OEM Classic Gel Flame Saddle (when 2up)*OEM Light Bar*National Cycles Shield*OEM Ribbed Handlebar Grips*OEM Classic Rear Fender*PC III*V&H SCS Pipes (Modified)*Comet Milled BAK*Engine Guard*Genmar Risers*Clear Alternatives Integrated Tail Light*Kury Magnum Plus Mirrors*Kury Cruise Control*Upgraded Horn*Metzler 90/90/21*Avon Venom 200/70/15*Both SW Pulleys.