I searched the forum and found that no one had posted a review/install procedure yet so I'll take a stab at it. It's a 'step by step' as I know several riding buddies who are completely
void of any mechanical ability and would appreciate this level of detail-overkill.
Total time, maybe 5 minutes! (A moderator may want to put this in the 'parts & accessories' area as I forgot to.)
When I picked up my black KTM Duke, the ~26 mile ride home was enjoyable with the exception of the seat and mirrors. Upon pulling into the driveway, I went inside and ordered the Powerparts ergo seat after my bottom side didn't agree with the rather angular stock seat. (As a reference, I'm 5' 9" and weigh 150lbs.)
Installation was straight forward. Use the key to removed the pillion seat and exposed the driver seat bolts. Remove the two 10mm bolts that hold the seat to the frame. Make sure to keep the washers as you have to reuse them when installing the new seat.
<<< Click to make the pics larger. Don't know why they are so small.
Installation of the new seat is simple. Slide the prongs at the lead edge of the new seat into the bolts at the base of the tank.
Reinstall the washers and hardware at the rear of the driver seat. Now install the pillion seat in the same manner. The tabs at the lead edge of the seat go into the orange wire loops. Then, press on the back edge to secure the pillion seat in the lock.
Pull up on both the driver seat and pillion seat to ensure both are seated/secured properly. And you're finished!
This is a comparison of the two seats side by side. You can see how angular the stock seat is when compared to the much more rounded Powerparts seat. The gel padding is supportive yet soft and really conforms to my body well. The difference is night and day, for me any way. Well worth the investment.