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New Custom Seats from Mustang

For the Shadow Spirit, V Star 1300, and Boulevard M50

12/12/2008

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It seems the minute a new motorcycle is unveiled Mustang Motorcycle Seats is right there designing a custom seat for it. Here are three new aftermarket seats for touring that offer a custom feel with stock-like installation.

Honda VT750C2 Shadow Spirit Seat
Mustang's new touring seat for the Honda VT750C2 Shadow Spirit offers a full 16 inch wide, deeply pocketed front bucket that keeps the rider from sliding forward. The entire 11 inch width of the comfortable passenger seat is supported by Mustang's unique internal steel support wings which hold up the full width of the foam. Built on a marine-grade fiberglass baseplate, the two-piece seat mounts just like stock. The front seat can be ridden as a solo or for occasional one-up riding.

The Honda VT750C2 Shadow Spirit with a Mustang Seat.
The Honda VT750C2 Shadow Spirit with a Mustang Seat.

Mustang's two-piece Vintage Wide Touring seat for the VT750C2 sells for $449; also sold with studs and conchos. Matching tank bibs, fender bibs and sissy bar pads are available. Mustang also offers seats with a built-in, removable driver backrest.

Yamaha V Star 1300 Seat
Mustang's new touring seat for the Yamaha V Star 1300 has similar features to its other custom seats, but fits the V Star with a 17-inch wide pocketed front bucket and a 12 inch comfortable passenger seat.

The Yamaha V Star 1300 with a Mustang Seat.
The Yamaha V Star 1300 with a Mustang Seat.

Mustang's two-piece Wide Studded Touring seat for the V Star 1300 sells for $699, including the built-in, removable driver backrest. Also sold without studs and conchos, as well as without the driver backrest. Matching tank bibs, fender bibs and sissy bar pads are available.

Suzuki Boulevard M50 Seat
Mustang's new seats for the 2008 Suzuki Boulevard M50 provide a 15.5 inch wide, deeply pocketed front bucket that is angled to sit the rider as far back into the M50 as possible to prevent sliding forward. The optional driver backrest is fully adjustable and offers ultimate support and flexibility, and can be fully adjusted while seated. The backrest folds flat for ease of getting on the motorcycle and removes easily without tools. The entire 11.5 inch width of the comfortable passenger seat can be quickly detached without removing the solo for one-up riding. Both seats are built on marine-grade fiberglass baseplates.

The Suzuki Boulevard M50 with a Mustang Seat.
The Suzuki Boulevard M50 with a Mustang Seat.

Mustang's two-piece Wide Studded Touring Seat sells for $719 including the removable driver backrest. Seats are also available without studs or conchos and without the driver backrest. A matching sissy bar pad or tank and fender bibs complete the custom look.

All Mustang products are handcrafted in the USA. Mustang seats are sold through dealers and established accessory shops worldwide. Visit MustangSeats.com to view complete catalogs, or to request a free copy call Mustang at 800.243.1392.

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