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Mustang Fastback or Saddleman Two-Up Seat

I'm looking to replace my seat on my bike. I can't decide between these two seats. The Mustang one says it moves the rider back an inch for a more comfortable riding position. The Saddleman has a gel type seat which may be more comfortable for longer rides. Any and all opinions would be appreciated.
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I have the Saddleman Two-Up and it is pretty conferrable, way better then the stock seat. If you are a taller rider you may find it a bit cramped. I'm 5'9.
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I have the fastback. Still breaking it in but it's way more comfortable than the stock seat. Actually seem to sit too far back on the seat itself, I don't know why (where the little "back rest" comes up). Have to consciously move forward a little
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Thank you for your input. I don't want to have to constantly move forward while riding. That seems like it would get annoying. I was just told about a place in North Carolina that will alter your factory seat. Depending on what you get done will the cost will be less than any aftermarket seat. Mean City Cycles - Custom Seat Modifications
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Consciously, not constantly. I pay attention to position and move if necessary
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photos of your bike with the seat please.
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