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Decided to see if cutting the seat down would help with comfort being thinner and wider.
After laying out the grid I cut down every 1 " to my first guess on amount, But before trimming it length wise I wanted to see what just the relief cuts would feel like. I LIKE IT :p
Actually only feels a little softer but definitely noticeable and well worth the effort. but surprisingly what really changed was how wide it feels. and that's kind of the same thing as feeling softer being wider. (wedgie thing)
Put my new cover on and going to ride it for a while, but thinking another 1/2" or 1" deeper could be the sweet spot

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Also Tried cutting it lower and like the flatter feeling vs wedgie for casual street riding But not for flicking the bike around off road. So I put the flat cut on my stretch and re-cut the stock stretch seat to just the straight down relief cuts for my dual sport

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