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1979 Honda CM185T Twinstar Seats

1979 Honda CM185T Twinstar
Tire Size:
Front: 3.00x17, Rear: 3.50x16
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Stock Gearing:
Front: 15T, Rear: 35T
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Latest Reviews

Midnite Mike (Astoria, OR)


Best Butt Saver Ever!!

I just got done riding my Vulcan 900 over 5,500 miles in 13 days. I couldn't have done it without the Airhawk 2. Long days, some in 100° weather were a breeze. I would recommend this to everyone having seat problems (or wanting to avoid seat problems!) BEST PRODUCT EVER!

Joseph (Dartmouth, NS)


Amazing, much better than the pictures!

Do not dismiss this product because of the poor pictures. I took the time to take off the old seat cover and install the new cover using the same hooks that held the old one on. The results are amazing! Easily looks as good as stock. 81 Kawasaki 440 LTD (with a shiny new seat).

Graeme (Brisbane, 0)


Not so good for short legs

I bought this seat because my wife wanted a more comfortable pillion seat. Unfortunately, it doesn't really improve on the standard seat in this regard, and I find the riders seat is much higher than the original, making it uncomfortable for me when stopped because it's now a tip toes stance, and also while riding because it shifts more weight onto my wrists. I suspect I may have the lower version of the original seat. So it's back to the old seat for me and try to sell on this one. The seat does seem to be well made and looks nice though, but doesn't completely fit the tank recess.

Mark (Ottawa, 0)

Cost Benefit


Saddle added a lot of padding for my skinny little butt. I did 2500 miles and was worried I wouldnt make it. Problem I had was my nylon bike pants didnt stick very well to the neoprene seat cover causing me to slide forwards on the saddle away from the sweet spot with all the extra padding. I was constantly scooting back up. Jeans made a difference but not enough. I'd but it again but I'd consider a leather saddle and pay the difference up to $500!

Karl (San Antonio, TX)


ST1300 seat

This seat is slightly wider than a stock seat so you may find the need to use a lower position. Give it a few hundred miles before passing judgement on its comfort. When I first purchased it I was ready to send it back after one day. Now, with just over 500 miles on the seat, it feels very comfortable. Good news for those who ride two-up. My wife reports that the rear portion of the seat is very comfortable.

Mark W (Robinson, IL)


Mark W

I purchased the "low" version to help me get my feet flat on the ground as I'm only about 30" inseam. Don't really care for the way the seat sets. A little too much forward lean I think. And it's hard as a board. Of course to make it a lower seat-height seat, they have to leave out padding I guess. I put lowering links on the bike and put the factory seat back on. This seat also doesn't fit on the bike as neatly as the factory seat.

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