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Very Cool Cistom Seat in Thailand. PI Customs

This is interesting. Guess it was only a matter of time. Slight concern that the tail and brake light is so small but I guess an additional strip could be added on the short fender. Very clean look though.
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Nice. Thanks for sharing.
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The leather seat itself and the swingarm bag are both Omega Racer products. I'm split on the lighting. I like the hidden red brake light, but I'm not a fan of the stick-on appearance of the signals, because it breaks up the shapely beauty of the seatpan.

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The leather seat itself and the swingarm bag are both Omega Racer products. I'm split on the lighting. I like the hidden red brake light, but I'm not a fan of the stick-on appearance of the signals, because it breaks up the shapely beauty of the seatpan.
Iím with you... I like the concept but the final result isnít in keeping with the bike at all to my mind.
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I'm split on the lighting. I like the hidden red brake light, but I'm not a fan of the stick-on appearance of the signals, because it breaks up the shapely beauty of the seatpan.
Same here so I let the indicators into the seat pan to make them more discrete.

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Iím with you... I like the concept but the final result isnít in keeping with the bike at all to my mind.
Same here.
I applaud the attempt at making it something different or custom though.
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Same here so I let the indicators into the seat pan to make them more discrete.

That looks so much better with the indicators recessed like that. How bright is thrunning/brake light?
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That looks so much better with the indicators recessed like that. How bright is thrunning/brake light?
Lights are not super bright, I would not feel safe with these alone, but I still have the thruxton rear light at the top of the number plate bracket & the moto gadget bar end indicators.
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I have the badge red light in mine but also have the rhizomes.


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Now this is on a Scout but I think something like this could work for the Bobber.

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