- jdeereanton wrote:
- Why there is not a lockable remote release like Suzuki and Yamaha have incorporated is beyond me.
The Suzuki seat release whilst I admit useful, can be costly to repair. (Read, replace the cable if done by a garage. - If you replace the cable your self then a manual and a lot of space to remove just about all the tupperware and finally allow half a day.)
There is however a cheats way of getting in. Well! Two really.
One is to connect a small cable to the seat latch and have it sitting out of sight under the seat. Simply pull on the cable to release the latch, (short cutting the Suzuki cable).
The second and emergency release is to remove a small panel at the back end, insert a long bladed screw driver and operate the latch by tweaking the screw driver.
I used method two which prompted me to install method one!!!
I actually prefer the Honda way, with the key.
Down to personal preferences really. In the UK I simply would not feel safe leaving a quasi key in any of the 'Wings' mechanisms.