Just installed this today on my 94 rm 125 and it was a pain not gonna lie it took me and hour or so to get the majority of the wrinkles out but there is still some... I highly reccomend a pneumatic staple gun if you plan to diy but it does the job great awesome upgrade!
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I bought this for my 2000 Honda CR250. I also put brand new seat foam on. This cover was really hard to install with out having any wrinkles. Didn’t seem to fit quite right. Finally got it nice and tight, but after only 3 or so rides it’s already loosening up.
This cover seems great and very durable but think I got shorted on something, the backend according to a 'how to video' was fitted to the foam and mine was not, it was difficult to put on without wrinkles so I did the best I could and called it good, but anyhow if anyone is good at putting these on then yeah it is a great seat cover.
I ordered this for my sons TTR50, and he loves it, not sure why bikes don't come stock with gripper seats. I took my time with install to make sure it was on correct. it took maybe a half hr but well worth it
The seat Cover is amazing once you get it properly installed and manage to avoid any mistakes in the process. This seat is not made of, what I would call normal, seat cover material. It's almost a rubber type substance that's thin yet strong once stapled into the plastic under the seat foam. It doesn't stretch easily for installation. I required assistance in holding the seat as I stretched the material to staple in. Minus the sweat to install, this seat cover was an awesome upgrade for my sons KX100. The seat grips so good now, my rear literally feels like it's glued to the seat. Looks great on the bike also.
Before this I went through several seat covers a year. I've now used this one for more than two years without a problem in extreme type enduros with a lot of crashes.
Will buy again!