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I just got the bike and have no idea how to get the cowl off or the seat . it has a metal clip on the r/hand side but that doesnt seem to do anything

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feel under the cowling on the left hand side( side without exhaust), and you will find a key slot, that should release the catch to both the pillion seat or cowling

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