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 Anyone attempted a Sissy Bar on the SW?

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PostSubject: Anyone attempted a Sissy Bar on the SW?   Sat 08 Mar 2014, 03:13

I have a 2004 Silverwing and am trying to work out how to and what type of mount needed to put a Sissy bar on the SW. There don't seem to be any made for it and Honda doesn't seem to have made many extras for the wing. I want to do some travel and would like to be able to attach a sissybar pack to it.
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PostSubject: Re: Anyone attempted a Sissy Bar on the SW?   Sat 08 Mar 2014, 07:22

Get a Givi Rack and box----rubber bags for passenger seat, Givi also has passenger back rest (really not good for tying anything to)hump" Bag---all this and keeping load low works and is safe.

Sissy bar would look funny on scooter and may be dangerous in moving tip over. I f you already have sissy bar pack-----strap/cord it on passenger seat---hope it is waterproof
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PostSubject: Re: Anyone attempted a Sissy Bar on the SW?   Sat 08 Mar 2014, 08:09

If you get a Corbin Seat, the seat is made for a driver and passenger backrest.
They also have glovebox backrests.


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PostSubject: Re: Anyone attempted a Sissy Bar on the SW?   Sat 08 Mar 2014, 11:36

Does the corbin seat give you more leg room and allow you to completely straighten your legs
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PostSubject: Re: Anyone attempted a Sissy Bar on the SW?   Sat 08 Mar 2014, 12:07

If you mean is the backrest further back then the buttrest that comes on the stock seat, yes.
Corbin is a custom seat manufacturer, and will create yours to your specs, so if you want more padding for a higher seat or less for a lower one they will accommodate you.
The black bike at the top of the page is my bike. I'm short so I had the padding carved down.
You can see more pics of my seat in the album linked in my sig.

Also custom colors and materials, and I believe heated too. You'll have to check with them.
http://www.corbin.com/  Toll-Free Seven Days a Week:  800-538-7035
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PostSubject: Re: Anyone attempted a Sissy Bar on the SW?   Sat 29 Mar 2014, 23:57

Got the Sissy Bar on. Will post photos later
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