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Old March 24th, 2009, 06:51 PM   #1
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Seat cowl - installation and replacement rubber grommet

heres what i find to replace rear cowl rubber grommet and its a better fit ,tighter even, got it at Lowe's for $1.20
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Old March 24th, 2009, 08:52 PM   #2
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lol.. can you take a pic of the actual grommet? all I see is the ripped open packaging? also can you still lift up the rear of the cowl? and when you take off the cowl does the grommet come off as well? thanks for sharing.
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Old March 24th, 2009, 09:23 PM   #3
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ill take pic of it tomorrow ,cause it a tight fit both on cowl and metal bar
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Old March 24th, 2009, 11:45 PM   #4
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Ha i was thinking the same thing wheres it at?
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lol.. can you take a pic of the actual grommet? all I see is the ripped open packaging?
Was kinda funny with a pic of the open package. If it was a pic of just the grommet, Iam sure somebody would of been saying... Thats nice, but what kind.. what the p/n. < what isle is it on

Some good info none the less
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here r the new pics of rubber grommet and install on bracket ,its a tight fit u can hear it snap in place when u push the back side down, its on the isle where the bolts and washer are, its in a draw mark rubber grommets, you can even see the shape of the post from the cowl,and when i remove cowl rubber stays on the bracket,i think it works well
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Old March 26th, 2009, 07:41 AM   #7
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Does the rear cowl seem like it has a flusher fit? This is one of my main issues with the cowl and if they makes a better fit I'd lov to get it...cheap fix
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Old March 26th, 2009, 06:33 PM   #8
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Does the rear cowl seem like it has a flusher fit? This is one of my main issues with the cowl and if they makes a better fit I'd lov to get it...cheap fix
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here r before and after[ATTACH] i used the two small rubber stops from rear seat added small cushion to ea one ,left the two back rear cowl rubber stops on , took off locking bar off bent it with long socket slightly,done
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Old April 3rd, 2009, 09:44 PM   #9
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Solo Seat Cowling

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Old April 3rd, 2009, 10:24 PM   #10
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I'll take it, Thanks! Looking real nicee! I wish I had the money to cough up for one. Just spent my life savings on a yoshi slip on this week.
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Old April 3rd, 2009, 11:21 PM   #11
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Just spent my life savings on a yoshi slip on this week.
oh you poor thing. you only have an exhaust. man, i wish i could afford an exhaust for my bike. i would much rather have an exhaust than a cowl seat.

as finances would have it, i can only afford the cowl seat also. mine should hopefully come in sometime early next week.

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Shoulda saved for a full system
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Yum... I can't wait to get one! Where did you purchase it from?
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Yum... I can't wait to get one! Where did you purchase it from?
I got mine from a dealer on Ebay for about $100 bucks. I can't decide if that cowl looks better than the OEM seat or not
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yeah me too. Something is just a little funny about it.
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Looking good Todd, I have one on mine also, the only drawback is if you see a really gorgeous lady hitch hiking, not place for her to ride.

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Looking good Todd, I have one on mine also, the only drawback is if you see a really gorgeous lady hitch hiking, not place for her to ride.

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yeah me too. Something is just a little funny about it.
I noticed this too. I think it has something to do with the additional space that comes with the passenger seat strap. When I put the cowl on or the rear seat (now strapless thanks to custom seat creations) it just looks a bit off and there is a noticeable gap from where the strap was.
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Old April 6th, 2009, 01:10 AM   #21
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looks likes it's sticking up a little on the right side, or is it just me?

another drawback is that you can't hook a helmet to the trunk anymore with this on :/
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from what i understand, if you don't adjust them, they pretty much all have that gap up in the front.
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Yes, apparently, they don't fit seamlessly to the tail, but it still looks cool so all of your arguments shall be ignored.
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I had this problem with the fitment of my cowl as well. I dunno what kawi was thinking when they designed this thing but they should hav done a better job with the gap in the front. Yet I've seen other peoples and its not that bad...seems to be a hit or miss thing unfortunatly. If you have this big gap in front...remember to pop on the rear seat when washing your bike cause water seems to love going under there with the cowl on.
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looks likes it's sticking up a little on the right side, or is it just me?

another drawback is that you can't hook a helmet to the trunk anymore with this on :/
It comes with a little indention on the left side so you can still use the hook for your helmet strap. I never use it but ive tried it with my cowl and it works. Im not sure if its just me but I think when you first put it on its really high and then after a while it goes down a bit.
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It comes with a little indention on the left side so you can still use the hook for your helmet strap. I never use it but ive tried it with my cowl and it works. Im not sure if its just me but I think when you first put it on its really high and then after a while it goes down a bit.
hmm ok. someone with the cowl told me you can't put the helmet on. if it does work like you say, sounds good if you're riding solo if you can hook it when parked, but won't make sense to use if you go 2up.

maybe i'll consider getting one now
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hmm ok. someone with the cowl told me you can't put the helmet on. if it does work like you say, sounds good if you're riding solo if you can hook it when parked, but won't make sense to use if you go 2up.

maybe i'll consider getting one now
Yeah an older version of the cowl didnt have openings for the helmet strap. All newer makes have this now.
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Yeah an older version of the cowl didnt have openings for the helmet strap. All newer makes have this now.
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I'm more concerned with the gap in front if anything. I don't have mine yet but tried one on my bike just to check it out and the gap is almost a 1/4 inch. Not to mention the thing doesnt really secure all the way so it can possibly be lifted up by anyone walking by.

Im not too concerned with the whole helmet issue since I never leave mine on the bike..trust no one. Does anyone who has had the cowl for a while have problems with either the lifting issue or the gap in front?
Also- some of those cowls on ebay seem to be aftermarket ones and not the authentic Kawi versions. Anyone notice a real difference between the two?
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so, where is the picture of this "gap?"
My buddy's gxr cowl has a huge gap...
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I'm more concerned with the gap in front if anything. I don't have mine yet but tried one on my bike just to check it out and the gap is almost a 1/4 inch. Not to mention the thing doesnt really secure all the way so it can possibly be lifted up by anyone walking by.

Im not too concerned with the whole helmet issue since I never leave mine on the bike..trust no one. Does anyone who has had the cowl for a while have problems with either the lifting issue or the gap in front?
Also- some of those cowls on ebay seem to be aftermarket ones and not the authentic Kawi versions. Anyone notice a real difference between the two?
Make sure the bracket which has the notch that secures the cowl is on the right way. When I first put it on, the notch was on the wrong way and would not catch. Rotated the bracket so the notch was inline with the locking mechanism and it's secure now.
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this is what a proper fitting cowl should look like. it is a picture from kawasaki PR. Is this the gap you guys are bitching about?

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I just got mine today and the rear rubber grommet is driving me nuts. I figured out how to lock the front by pushing down on it so that the latch catches. The rear portion though just lifts up way to easily and the rubber grommet dislodges as well. I hope the break in period as some have suggested happens quickly. I might have to head to a hardware store to see if they have a rubber grommet that can work as a better replacement then the stock one that came with the seat cowl.
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this is what a proper fitting cowl should look like. it is a picture from kawasaki PR. Is this the gap you guys are bitching about?
Nope. Actually the one you posted is perfect Kelly. What I'm talking about is more in line with the pic in the very first post. That's about the size gap I had on the one I tried on. Granted I didn't try reversing the grommmet or whatever someone had suggested, I was just curious about the gap. If yours looks like your picture though, then I have no worries....other than someone being able to lift my cowl and jack whatever is underneath. but visually- no worries!
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yeah, the front and rear rubber standoffs that you install into the cowl when you buy it can easily be reversed. In the instructions they warn you about using the correct ones in the proper places. check to see if yours are reversed. I can't remember offhand where the bigger ones go... front or back.
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