Depends entirely on how you're going to use your bike, or what you want to accomplish with a custom seat. I've tried both Corbin and Mustang, and like the Corbin best. But I'm one of the few that does and likes to ride long distances on one. Most distance riders swear by the Mustang for comfort over the Corbin. Two-up riders nearly all go for the Mustang over Corbin.Joboy666 said:What do you recommend for a better custom seat, the corbin seat for about $240 or the mustang seat for about $430? Is mustang worth 200 more?
Both of my Corbins fit just fine with the Jardine Extended Sissybar. I haven't tried the Kawasaki Extended Sissybar.Clair said:....2) Rear sissy portion of the Corbin is higher than the stock, while the Mustang matches the stock. This may not be an issue to you, butit was for me. I have installed the extended sissybar on my bike. The Mustang and Stock fit under this, but the corbin is too tall and would prohibit using the Extended sissy bar.