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A new member from Sweden, name Anders, saying hi. It feels like summer is too long away, and I found this forum - might help to keep the dreaming of warmer times more alive.
I got my red SCR950 in august and now have 1000 km on the clock. Updated with a pair of SW MOTECH Legend gear side bags, otherwise no mods. I’m planning to keep it this way (however the seat would NOT suffer from improvements...)
Finally, I really love riding this quite peculiar bike!
 

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A new member from Sweden, name Anders, saying hi. It feels like summer is too long away, and I found this forum - might help to keep the dreaming of warmer times more alive.
I got my red SCR950 in august and now have 1000 km on the clock. Updated with a pair of SW MOTECH Legend gear side bags, otherwise no mods. I’m planning to keep it this way (however the seat would NOT suffer from improvements...)
Finally, I really love riding this quite peculiar bike!
Greetings from slightly south of you! (OK - south-west!) It’s cold here (freezing, actually), so can’t imagine how cold it is there?!
Ben
 
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A new member from Sweden, name Anders, saying hi. It feels like summer is too long away, and I found this forum - might help to keep the dreaming of warmer times more alive.
I got my red SCR950 in august and now have 1000 km on the clock. Updated with a pair of SW MOTECH Legend gear side bags, otherwise no mods. I’m planning to keep it this way (however the seat would NOT suffer from improvements...)
Finally, I really love riding this quite peculiar bike!
Welcome, Anders!
I highly recommend a seat foam & cover kit from Seat Concepts to economically change the seat for the better while keeping with the overall design of the motorcycle.
-eddie in Georgia, USA
 

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Welcome, Anders!
I highly recommend a seat foam & cover kit from Seat Concepts to economically change the seat for the better while keeping with the overall design of the motorcycle.
-eddie in Georgia, USA
Eddie is right about the Seat Concepts upgrade. Many of us have them on our bikes now. Others have upgraded with a higher cost seat option and all seem happy with changes. The Seat Concepts design maintains the original look a little more so than the other options in my opinion.
 
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For your tips about Seat Concepts. On your pics it looks great, and the reason I want to keep the bike original is that I don’t want to mess up the looks/appearace of it, as I like that very much as is. However, spending hours on an 8 inch wooden plank is not a favourite activity I seem to have found out.
 

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For your tips about Seat Concepts. On your pics it looks great, and the reason I want to keep the bike original is that I don’t want to mess up the looks/appearace of it, as I like that very much as is. However, spending hours on an 8 inch wooden plank is not a favourite activity I seem to have found out.
I went the really expensive Seat Concepts route: I bought a second seat from my dealership (at cost + shipping, thankfully) and recovered it. The original seat is safely stored inside out of harm's way. =)
 
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