If a cowl really costs $400 then, I think you're better looking for a mono seat, as it looks better, is easier to swap over and is lighter - That's why I did it and having just looked on ebay (UK) this one just ended at less than $400;mase001 said:I am new here, and I had the Casoli cowl. It is the nicest by far, however, IMHO, never looked quite right. Also, at a MSRP of almost $400, I think one is better off finding it used, or just buying a mono tail and doing the conversion. From experience this runs about $300 for a great OEM painted tail.
I imagine it would be possible to make/modify such a cowl with a smaller built-in seat pad underneath and some means of quick release but it might be a lot of trouble to do - there could be a market for it though?.rde55 said:but if you have a seat cowl, that leaves the seat on (that is the key) then you just remove the cowl, have the passenger hold the cowl