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Back subframe removal for painting

Hi , new Daytona user here..
Does anyone know how to remove the rear subframe on the Daytona for so that I can paint it?
Plan to plastidip it red , but want to know what tools and process I need to go through :)

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Its pretty easy. will need 8mm and 10mm socket and also whatever size allen socket and nut that holds the subframe to the frame.

Unhook battery and remove.
Remove pillion seat
remove tail plastic.
remove exhaust
remove battery tray
remove subframe.
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