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  1. So, the lock under the seat that releases the rear seat is seized. The tumblers appear to not move at all, and I can only get the key about 3/4 of the way in. There's nothing visible inside blocking things. I've soaked it in WD40, penetrating lubricant, vinegar, CLR, de-icer; I've poked and scraped with a bit of wire, I've blown it out with compressed air. No luck. On the 2018, the main seat cannot be removed without removing the rear seat, as the screws are (unlike previous models, where you could just peel back the back of the seat) underneath the rigid body of the rear seat. This means I'm unable to remove my seat, so I can't get at my battery etc, and I desperately need to get in there. Any ideas?
  2. Do any of you know any companies that are making wind screens for the new models? I really wish Yamaha would've at least left the bolt pattern the same. They had to know the confusion us lowly consumers would have to endure after the 2018 rename/remodel.
  3. Hello I just wanted to share my successful attempt to install a hydraulic clutch in my bike! Here’s pictures. I still have a giant box of new parts to get my bike back together. But if all goes well next week the only thing that will even have a scratch on it from my crash will be my exhaust (which I am replacing too!)
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