We bought a used 2004 Co-Motion Speedster Co-Pilot over the weekend. (I'll post a picture soon, hopefully)
It appears to be lightly used and in great condition. We took it for a testride, and returned to the seller with a big grin on our faces.....
The one issue that probably needs a quick resolution is the stoker seatpost. It is a after-market tapered seatpost. Therefore it has to stick out about 4 inches. Ideal height would be about 3 inches, but when i try that, it simply sinks in all the way.
So we are looking for a replacement. A thudbuster probably won't fit (and stoker doesn't seem to care for it much). Will a carbon seatpost have a noticable dampening effect? Is it money well spent? or should I simply go with an alloy seatpost?