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Old 06-12-2006, 12:23 PM   #21
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Thanks everyone.:notworthy

Got a Question....On the new R6, where the "storage space" is under the "back seat", there is NO place for anything, including the hook up or lock for a helmet. Is there anything I can buy to lock my helmet on my bike while i'm not wearing it? Does this even make sense to you guys?? :eh:
Take the Rear Seat out, turn it upside down and look for "Four" straps that are kinda integrated to the seat (attached), they (all four) can easily be removed from the plastic curve. They just slide out of the plastic curve - and that my friend is what you use to attach your helmet on and then put the seat back on the bike and make sure to lock it.
That is the Yamaha way of locking your helmet. Weird but that's it.

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