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Bought an '03 Vulcan 1600 last year. I like it so far. Wondering about cushioning my 62 year old body a bit more on the occasional big bump. It only has 10K miles, so I imagine the shocks still have a lot of life, and I have adjusted the rear based on my weight, etc. I've looked at some aftermarket suspension products (various types) - some pretty pricey. Wondering if anyone has seen (felt!) a significant difference with a suspension change, or if a seat improvement (Mustang, Corbin?) might be the thing to do first (also pricey, I know.)
Willing to spend the money, just want to get the best cushion for my buck!
Thanks for any input you may have.
 

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An AirHawk R cushion is what I use. (ON my Mustang and Corbin seats) Homepage - Airhawk

takes a bit to get the air adjusted right. should feel mostly flat on a cold morning starting out, body heat will expand the air so ideally you're floating just off the actual seat.

Edit: feel,,, dang keboard.
 
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