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they have to dont they? Go back to the dealer and ask them about it.
 

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the tool kit is on the left side under the fasiring
 

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The tool kit is on the RIGHT side if sitting on the bike.
Forward of the oil fill behind the fairing.
Remove the little black plastic fastener on the very top of the
fairing,then unscrew the big phillips retaining screw on the side of fairing.

Be careful removing top fastener, it is easally broke. You must push
down on the little center of the top, then pull out.
 

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Thats what o ment lol
 

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Yes you do. It's under the right side fairing. remove that 1/4 bolt and the plastic tab thing on the top, and you can pull your fairing out enough to stick your key in the little lock to open up the compartment for the tool kit.
 

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What tools are in the kit?
 

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open it up and find out ;) few wrenches, allen key, screw drivers, rear preload spanner, axle wrench, few other things.
 

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Anybody remove their kit? I swear I've thrown lighter bowling balls.

I'm seriously thinking about leaving it in the garage or replacing it with a mini version of it. I mean ****, am I really ever going to need to change a tire or adjust the rear shock on the road?
 

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Ichiro said:
Anybody remove their kit? I swear I've thrown lighter bowling balls.

I'm seriously thinking about leaving it in the garage or replacing it with a mini version of it. I mean ****, am I really ever going to need to change a tire or adjust the rear shock on the road?
Now thats a good question. I have been contemplating removing my kit as well. I just can't see myself stopping on the side of the road for a repair. Thats why I have roadside assistance.
 

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Ichiro said:
Anybody remove their kit? I swear I've thrown lighter bowling balls.

I'm seriously thinking about leaving it in the garage or replacing it with a mini version of it. I mean ****, am I really ever going to need to change a tire or adjust the rear shock on the road?

You may want to increase preload if you pick up a new "passenger." ;)
 

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They are kindof crappy tools but they can get you out of trouble if your on the road. I only ride with mine on long trips and even then I change out some of those tools for better ones.
 

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Now thats a good question. I have been contemplating removing my kit as well. I just can't see myself stopping on the side of the road for a repair. Thats why I have roadside assistance.

As soon as you leave it home you'll need it.

Good for emergency.
 

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So let me get this straight

You need a tool to get to the toolkit?

What are you supposed to do if you are standed, need the toolkit, and your fancy pocket phillips isn't with you?
 

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Does anyone know what the wire loop with the rubber sleeve is suppose to be used for?I noticed it in my kit,and have no idea what its for.Some sort of oil filter tool for removal???
 

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zannetti said:
Does anyone know what the wire loop with the rubber sleeve is suppose to be used for?I noticed it in my kit,and have no idea what its for.Some sort of oil filter tool for removal???

That is for your helmet lock...
Loop it through your helmet strap, then loop the wire ends around
the bent piece of metal inside trunck area. Install seat or cowl and your
helmet is locked and secure... Unless someone cuts your helmet strap.

You don't need a tool too get in the side panel, just use
a coin.
 
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