THREE RIVERS, MA – October 7, 2016 – (Motor Sports Newswire) – Mustang’s newest seat offers significant improvements over the stock seat on Indian’s luxury touring Roadmaster model.
Stay warm but look cool with high/low dual heating controls for driver and passenger that are hidden beneath Mustang’s intricately enhanced diamond-stitched black seat cover.
The driver’s 15” wide seat is 3/4” lower and 7/8” further back than the stock seat so the rider feels that he is sitting back into the seat rather than merely on it. For all day riding support the included driver backrest is easily removable, fully adjustable, folds for storage and quickly installs into the receiver which is built into Mustang’s seat.
Mustang’s reputation for improving passenger comfort remains secure with this 15” wide rear seat that is contoured for comfort. Pair this seat with Mustang’s wrap-around arms and backrest pad for ultimate passenger comfort and enhanced lumbar support. Passengers with the Roadmaster’s Trunk Armrest Supports will appreciate Mustang’s replacement matching pads that are higher and flatter for much greater forearm support.
As with all Mustang seats, the marine-grade fiberglass baseplate, proprietary comfort foam and individually sewn covers are proudly handcrafted and assembled in their New England facility (tours are available by appointment). For more information, visit www.MustangSeats.com or call Mustang at 800-243-1392 or 413-668-1100. Feel the difference that Mustang makes!
- One-Piece Touring seat for Indian Roadmaster, 2016-17: #76644 MSRP $899
- Wrap-around arms and backrest pad for Indian Roadmaster, 2016-17: #76022 MSRP $429
- Armrest Pads for Indian Roadmaster, 2016-17: #76024 MSRP $65
Comfort on a Mustang What’s it take to make a premium quality seat? Start with styling, the finest materials, and a perfectly contoured seat. Design and build every seat in Three Rivers, Massachusetts. Produce every seat with a satisfied customer in mind. That’s what you can expect from Mustang, recognized as the worldwide leader in replacement motorcycle seats. Proudly handcrafted in the USA since 1980.
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Source: Motorsport Aftermarket Group