Mustang Motorcycle Products, Inc. is a world leader in the design and construction of motorcycle seats. Since 1980, Mustang has been proud of making the highest quality, most comfortable seats available and offering them at reasonable prices. Mustang motorcycle seats are designed for all-day riding comfort for both the driver and passenger. Every Mustang seat is made in the United States by true craftsmen who take pride in transforming the highest quality, raw materials into a finished product.
The deeply pocketed 16-1/2 in. wide driver seat sits you at the ideal cruising angle
The 12-1/2 in. wide passenger seat utilizes Mustang's unique internal steel support wings
The drivers back is well supported by the nose of the passenger seat that extends forward to create a full 9 in. backrest
Dimensions: Overall Length: 35 in.
Drivers Seat: Length: 20 in., Width: 16 in.
Drivers Lumbar Height: 7-1/2 in.
Passenger Seat: Length: 15 in., Width: 12-1/2 in.
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For me on my 1700 Nomad the Mustang seat was a bad fit. For a taller person with longer arms it would probably be fine. The seat sat me back at least two inches from the stock seat which would have meant I'd have to get even longer risers or bars and change all the cabling. Mustangs have worked great for me on other bikes, just not this one.
The seat is very well made and looks very good. However, it is much too hard for me and my wife's comfort. I like the flattened out design as apposed to the "valley' shape of the stock seat on our 2012 Kawasaki Voyager. It helped me from sliding foreword into the valley, however again, I just couldn't get used to how hard it is. My legs actually started to fall asleep after just 9 or 10 miles of riding. The passenger portion is actually narrower than the stock seat and my wife was uncomfortable the moment she sat down. She actually started to complain of back strain, especially when we hit bumps, about the same time my legs fell asleep. I'm not really sure how anyone could tour in this seat.