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rear seat zip tied on

So i have a 2006 honda cbr600rr. Just bought it and the rear seat is held on with zip ties.
Hopefully you can see in the pics in the hole where the key assembly should go into has nothing there expect zip ties which are securing the seat. The gap on the back of the seat as well is because of the zip ties.

i cannot get better pics until I'm back home friday so ill work with what i have.


better pic of the key hole for the seat

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take the seat off and take closer pics. Otherwise if you are good at reading a microfiche look at this and see if you can figure out what you are missing

http://www.partzilla.com/parts/searc...%29/parts.html

and here's the fiche for the lock
http://www.partzilla.com/parts/searc...EAT/parts.html

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also, is your gas cap on crooked??

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One of the bolts broke so I'm in the process of tapping it and removing that bolt. At the moment gas cap isn't bolted in just sitting on the tank in place lol

i believe there is nothing inside the seat so i will need almost every bracket and comment unfortunately :/
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also, is your gas cap on crooked??
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if you take the tail fairing off (not saying you have to but it will be easier to see what's missing) take a pic. Otherwise pop the seat off and take a pic of it like this except for more of an overhead and less to the side. I have a 06 so I can compare what you have to mine when I get home in a few hours


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^hahaha excellent!

If you go through Honda you'll get exactly what you need, but it'll cost thats for sure. I'd check this site for part outs first and then search ebay for anything you can't find. Heck I'd give you my rear seat and bracket, but as soon as I'd do that I'd end up getting a girlfriend and all she'd want to do is go for a ride. And ain't no chick gonna scratch the cowl!

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Nice pic lol and i will get a picture but won't be until this weekend the bikes at home and I'm off at college until this weekend. So hopefully then we can compare and see whats going on.
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if you take the tail fairing off (not saying you have to but it will be easier to see what's missing) take a pic. Otherwise pop the seat off and take a pic of it like this except for more of an overhead and less to the side. I have a 06 so I can compare what you have to mine when I get home in a few hours

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lol it's just a pic I grabbed off google, bummer we don't have a big storage tray under the seat (but that's the trade off for the clean looking undertail exhaust). I was looking on the fiche and don't see the part that keeps the rear of the rear seat secure to the subframe, I'll take a pic when I get home

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here's what mine looks like

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Okay guys to revive this thread.
Finally got to the rear seat and it does not have the plastic under the seat. No plastic undertail that should go in-between the exhaust and rear seat / tail fairing.
Bridge jumper the part I am referring to is where your power commander is sitting the guy has a home made metal sheet instead of the plastic that was there from the factory.
So what would i need now to get everything back to OEM?
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you need the battery tray

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