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    bcsportbike goon Array Gujustud's Avatar
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    how do you.. err its a dumb question...

    This will sound stupid, but my bro isn't here to show me how... laugh all you want,

    but how do you take off the seats of the bike? Do you just pull at it, or is there a secret?

    Its a '94 Suzuki RF600.... (I can hear the laughter....)

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    '04 R1 - You are mine! Array FloMan's Avatar
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    Yes please! Oh! That wasn't a question?
    I belive you have to lift the corners and stick a wrench in there (there is a bolt on each side)

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    ussually there is a key lock for the seat....now if your seat is one piece then it will just be a matter of unlocking the lock with the ignition key and you will be able to take it off....if the seatas are separate then the rear one will come off with the key and you might need some tools to take off the rider's seat....hope it helps...



    What are you trying to do ? or get at ?
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    glowing ghostie! Array gordopolis's Avatar
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    In addition to the seat lock, some (older?) bikes may have latches to release as well. My 1989 RZ350 had a latch on each side, under the bottom of the fairing, beneath the seat. (Kinda hard to describe.)

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    stick your key into the helmet lock and turn right.. that will release the see... to release the passenger seat.. flick the switch when the main seat is taken off.

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    hey evo-blade, what kind of a CBR900 is that ? single sided swingarm ? retrofit ? oem ?
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    my avatar is the evolution fireblade.. modified oem blade.. tweaked to the max!! Too bad I don't got $$$ to do the same on mine!!!

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    In order to take my seat off in my old CBR F2, you had to take off both tail fairings, unscrew two bolts and them lift the seat off.

    On my kawi, you turn one key and it clicks open.

    I don't know how your RF will do it, but I'm guessing that there will be some sort of key latch, much like my Kawasaki.
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    Originally posted by Human
    What are you trying to do ? or get at ?
    Just trying to see how much space there is to store a lock.

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    figured it out... its the lock for the helmet lock that also unlocks the seat...

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    *snicker* why didnt u ask me last time i saw you?

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    Originally posted by SuperGoon
    *snicker* why didnt u ask me last time i saw you?
    hey look who it is... its about time ya fruit! well if you read when I last posted, it was before I saw you... =)

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