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I found it easier to unmount the entire front end to get to the headlights as my hands are too big to reach in and release the wire holding the bulbs in place. It requires removing the foot pegs and side plastics to get to the front plastics... And it's easy to lose a screw so be careful
you have to figure out how to remove the side body panels first.i just examined mine,starting taking off a few screws at a time.it does take quite a tug to undo the panel from the clips.the back 3 clips you had to slide toward the back to unseat,but first to unseat the front 2 i had to pull straight out.that should give you enough access to the chain case.REMEMBER PULL THE PANEL A LITTLE HARD BUT BE CAREFUL,THEY LOOK LIKE THEY COULD BREAK.cheap a$$ foreign ****.