Tenere seat recommendations

Cycledude

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Yes wanting cruise control was the main reason I traded my 2013 in for a brandnew 2018, it was a pretty expensive trade but I’m sure glad to finally have a Tenere with a real cruise control.

I bought a used Airhawk, and after a SS1000, the seat wasn't on the top of the list of things to modify (I bought Bose QC20 headphones the next day).

I came off a Kawasaki Concours, and almost went to an FJR. Not once did I question my decision to go to a S10. Wish it had cruise, though. I found myself creeping close to speeding ticket territory (88mph) on the open road...
 
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I bought a used Airhawk, and after a SS1000, the seat wasn't on the top of the list of things to modify (I bought Bose QC20 headphones the next day).

I came off a Kawasaki Concours, and almost went to an FJR. Not once did I question my decision to go to a S10. Wish it had cruise, though. I found myself creeping close to speeding ticket territory (88mph) on the open road...
Buy the McCruise plug and play kit. Works great.
 
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I'm thinking serious about a McCruise. I thought you had to splice the ECU wire. Not real keen on splicing there.
Mine you had to pull some wire pins out of one or two connectors and install them into another.
There was no cutting or splicing, everything plugged in. I think the new kits you don’t even have to change pins around.
If you were doing a valve check it would be a great time to add it because your removing all the same parts for access.
 
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