Seat for oldtimer - vintage / cafe racer for foam seat or coating leather (leatherette).
In the basic design made from high-quality fiberglass (GRP) in white gelcoat. Flexible. Multiple layers of mats and fabrics. Finish is smooth, nice inside too, pin-hole free.
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>>>> why Motoforza?
Basic and cheapest version is GFK fiberglass. Thanks to the precision of employees in handmade production and the emphasis on the quality of these products, they have perfect flexibility, durability and low weight. Composition - UV stable white gelcoat (not paint), fiberglass mat and fiberglass cloth impregnated with resin. In the stressed and susceptible places to break the parts are reinforced by Kevlar-Carbon layers as needed, or Coremat for the seats. Parts are flexible and have a smooth surface. Are made for painting.
Why GFK- fiberglass? For example those who want to put fairings on for the circuit at low cost. Or inexpensively replace a precious piece (broken) original.
These products consist of a transparent gelcoat and carbon fabric and resin used here is different than GRP parts. The components are lightweight and stronger than GRP. Weight reduction compared to GRP is about 30-50%. The parts are polished to a high gloss, for the carbon fiber to stand out. Note: (Engine covers, frame covers, swing arm covers - first layer Carbon (black fabric) + additional layers of Kevlar-Carbon).
Why Carbon design? - For fans of Carbon. Low weight and hardness. In this embodiment, we place extreme emphasis on the surface and visible layer so as to stand out preferably carbon cloth. Suitable for showbikes. Highly polished. Parts also don’t need any paint. At the frame, swing-arm, engine and other small covers using multiple layers of carbon and Kevlar-Carbon achieved extreme hardness of the product.
Type of part - Seat Position on the bike - rear
Finish is smooth, nice inside too, pin-hole free.
Brackets and screws are not included.
Due to the fact that in most uses seat on the builds and modification, it is necessary to assembly fairing on bike and then make seat brackets.