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I have a Majesty Yamaha scooter. The seat is too high for me. I need to lower it 3 inches or adjust the shocks...no one is able to tell me how to do this? Help Vicky

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  • stevensvicky Apr 30, 2008

    My Majesty Scooter is a 400cc. I am 5 ft 2 inches tall and have an inseam of 27 inches.

    I need to lower this bike by 3 inches to be able to put my feet flat on the ground for safety reasons.

    Is there a shock lowering kit available? If so where as my dealer is not aware of anything.

    Thanks, wanting to ride safer.

    Vicky

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Hello,

To open the seat you turn the key to the left in the ignition (rather than right like normal) and the seat catch should pop undone. You can then lift the seat up. Make sure you do NOT push on the key when you turn it otherwise it won't work.

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