Hi Dennis - I have a 2010 RT and have tried a number of local options to try and get it right. I spent a lot of money and wasn't really happy with any of the results. In the end, I bit the bullet and got a Russell Day-Long. It was a bit of mucking around, but I wish that I had done it at the beginning. I recently returned from riding round Tassie for a month with my wife - on the way to and from, we put in a few 6-7 hour days stopping every 2-3 hours and felt fine at the end of the day - not possible with the standard seat for us.K100Dennis said:OK guys, does anyone know of a seat builder in Australia ? Surely someone must be into this aftermarket thing, this shipping to the US, waiting, shipping back, then listening to the good, then the bad, all getting too much I think. There must be some easier solution. My stock '05 seat and my arse do not appear to like each other, and that's going to be a big problem for the owner (of the arse) in September when we head down the road for a ride across the Nullarbor. I will need an aspirin dispenser mounted where the cup holder fits if I can't improve this seat ! I wonder is the German underside anatomy totally different to all others ?
Hope you get what your after