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Removing the driver seat

How the hell do you remove the driver's seat from the Corsaro?? I need to charge the battery

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Unlock the pillion pad, remove the allen key from under it, then remove the two semi circular grommets at the rear of the riders seat. This will expose the two fixings that hold the seat in position, they can now be undone with the allen key.

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