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How to remove seat from 1999 VFR800

Have purchased a Vfr800 and cant see how to remove the seat

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If you put the key into the helmet lock (#1) and turn the opposite way, it will unlock the seat from the rear latch (#7) so simply tip it forward to get it out. see pic.

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My 2000 Honda VFR800 is running hot. How do I


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hi mate, in all the years i been riding,, despatch to ,which needed regular oil changes ive never had a problem with most oil,10w 40,, 15w 40 sometimes,, semi synthetic is more for the throttle happy bikers and racing,,etc,, so follow your heart mate, go with wot feel good with ,,, i say,,hope my little story helps make your mind up mate,, lol,, enjoy

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