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post #111 of 114 Old 05-22-17, 15:30
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Hi all, saw this thread just over a month ago and since i did have been collecting all the parts! All i need is the seat. However was test fitting today and really struggled to fit the LH side fairing once the seat lock cable was connected.. almost as if it was too short! Could somebody possibly provide pictures just how exactly it fits, as im worried il snap something! And also the seat cowl kit i cant quite see how it sits on the bike. Thanks in advance! ? and also massive thanks to the creator of this thread!!!
Are you re-using the Street Triple cable? They're different. I'm not at home right now, and working from memory. But, I'm pretty sure they were definitely different lengths, the Daytona cable and the Streety cable.

The Daytona seat cowl replaces the entire passenger seat. It slots into the hole in the tail bodywork, nose first, then, snaps into the lock.

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post #112 of 114 Old 05-22-17, 15:31
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I am still searching for a white daytona seat cowl
But you just need the drill yes the cable is short but it works!


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Sorry Bullet, I checked, and didn't take any pictures of the routing when putting my together. And there's no way to get any kind of look without dismantling the tail fairing again.

Ok, I did look at the service manual. That jogged a memory. The Street Triple seat lock, that which the pin on the seat goes through to hold it in place, sits on top of the mount that bridges the sub frame rails. The Daytona seat lock goes under the mount that bridges the sub frame rails. This will affect the cable routing. Hope this helps a bit.

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I had to drill mine, a 2016 Street Triple R model. The sub frames are the same, but it seems most people have had to drill the extra two holes for the Daytona fairings, when converting a Street Triple.

He was asking about having to drill holes in his RX subframe to accommodate the changes from RX to R/standard Street Triple seat setups. He doesn't need to drill any holes.

If he was going from standard/R to RX, then yes, 6 holes needed to be drilled. 4 for the cowl support/bridge and 2 for the rider seat.
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