The British Customs Slammer Seat is designed to give your modern classic a stripped-down, bare-knuckle look while still providing improved ergonomics. We have stripped away any unnecessary elements to expose details like the factory subframe and more of the rear fender that is normally hidden by the bulky stock seat. The Slammer Seat features a medical grade gel insert that disperses the rider's weight evenly, and the seat pan is made from durable, marine-grade fiberglass.
- Slim and low profile bench shape
- Medical-grade gel insert for added comfort
- Heavy duty vinyl cover for durability
- Fast and easy installation
Note: Does not work with factory grab/mounting rail on the T120
For the Street Scrambler, the release latch has to be relocated to the tail end of the frame like the Street Twin which can easily be done. We've made a guide to assist you in this process. Click here to download the guide.
Q: What models does this seat fit?
A: This seat is designed for the liquid cooled Modern Classics including the Street Twin, Street Scrambler (with minor modification), Bonneville T120, Bonneville T100. If you are looking the air cooled version, click here to view all Slammer Seats.
Q: Is this seat made out of leather?
A: The Slammers are made of high quality marine grade vinyl to give the seat a leather-like look with less maintenance than leather while enhancing durability.
Q: Is there a break in period?
A: The seat will typically break in after 30 days or 500 miles of riding.
Q: Can I still use my grab bar with this seat?
A: This seat is not designed to be installed with the Triumph-specific grab rail although we have seen other aftermarket grab rails/sissy bars being installed with no issues. We recommend checking with that specific manufacturer on compatibility with the Slammer Seat.
Q: Is this seat compatible for a passenger?
A: Yes! This seat is long enough and horizontal (no awkward dips) to seat 2 people.
Q: Does this seat sit a little higher than stock?
A: Yes it will sit a little higher than stock because the stock seat has a dip while this seat is a flat bench.