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i was reading through my owners manual, and it says there's a helmet lock or helmet hook on the back of my bike (08 600rr) somewhere, but it's not clear where exactly it is.

is there even one? i sure as hell don't see one lol
 

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The tool kit bag has a metal loop to be used to secure the helmet to the bike
i gave mine away bro if you wear a top notch helmet its not safe to be hanging off
the side of the bike my helmet , jacket , gloves & tank bag always go where i go
 

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O8's [I think] don't come with a tool kit unless you get it in Canada or the UK, my wire loop was handed to me by the salesman when I bought the bike and I handed it back....as Moeman said.....my stuff stays with me.
 

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Believe or not just like there is bike theives there is gear theives too
Bike week at Daytona is known for such incidents a total of 5 top notch
helmets , 5 leather jackets and 5 pair of gloves if sold on Egay for example
can bring in 4k easy
 

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yea i bought my 08 here in canada, so it came with the tool kit, that i honestly haven't even really looked at yet. lol.
 

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yea i bought my 08 here in canada, so it came with the tool kit, that i honestly haven't even really looked at yet. lol.
The light weight of the kit did not grab your attention when it was
handed to you
In my case i was astonished cause my 03 RR tool kit was way bigger
fatter , heavier when it was shown to me i even told the sales man
are you sure that this is the tool kit :triplets:
 

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This question comes up once a month, every month. Like clockwork.
Very true we were taught to read manuals first :icon_stud, snoop around our bikes
second :headscrat before even learning how to ride them :fiddy::fiddy:
 

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Very true we were taught to read manuals first :icon_stud, snoop around our bikes
second :headscrat before even learning how to ride them :fiddy::fiddy:
Moeman, great use of smiles in the last post...I totally got a visual image of reading, snooping, and riding. :five:
 

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Moeman, great use of smiles in the last post...I totally got a visual image of reading, snooping, and riding. :five:

Thanks man i like using them faces man & telling a short story :alien:
 

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yep moeman is right...had that crap happened to me once...

I left it on the hook and came back to a missing helmet and rear seat!
 

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well the salesman didn't even show me the tool kit. i discovered it when i got home. opened it up, said 'yup, standard honda crap toolkit, use only in emergency' and stuck it back under the seat. lol

actually it looks nearly identical to the toolkit in my 1983 TRX 200X lol
 
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