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Old April 7th, 2009, 04:43 PM   #41
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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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Old April 7th, 2009, 04:45 PM   #42
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Old April 7th, 2009, 04:50 PM   #43
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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?
The one I got has a perfect paint job, but I had to file down the plastic hook that sticks into the rubber grommit in ordr for it to seat down far enough so as to not pull off by just lifting he back end. Fits correct now.
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Old April 7th, 2009, 05:03 PM   #44
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I made a thread a couple months back about this gap in the cowl cover. Tried every...switching things around...nothings seemed to work. I can stick 2 fingers in between the bike and the cowl no problem . I've given up and just accepted kawasaki made a crapy piece. I wish my gap was like the picture that Kelly put up. Mine just sucks...Chris(since it seems like you have the same problem as me) if you or anyone else figure out how to eliminate this gap hook a brotha up!
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Old April 7th, 2009, 05:31 PM   #45
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Sorry bro. I don't exactly have that problem since mine hasn't come in yet! But a freind who works at the dealership let me try one on my bike just to get a visual and it had the exact gap problem we've been talking about. I actually ordered one off of ebay so Im hoping it doesnt have that problem. The stealership wanted $130 for the damn cowling!
Here's the link to the one that I ordered:
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Hard to tell if it is OEM or aftermarket though. I just hope it fits like Kelly's pic.
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Old April 7th, 2009, 05:49 PM   #46
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I ordered mine from ebay too...but from a dealership and it still didnt fit right
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"HEY YOU GUYS" I have the same problem. The fix was posted before (kkim...ur slackin).
The fix to this is.....The metal bracket that comes with it has a defect...It has to be bent.
If you take a straight edge to it, it will not line up. it needs to be bent straight for the cowl to fit as desired.
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is the cowling a dealer accessory or an aftermarket part?
i'm new to all this.
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they are factory accessories but i have also seen, what i assume are, aftermarket knock-off ones that don't have the back pad.
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"HEY YOU GUYS" I have the same problem. The fix was posted before (kkim...ur slackin).
The fix to this is.....The metal bracket that comes with it has a defect...It has to be bent.
If you take a straight edge to it, it will not line up. it needs to be bent straight for the cowl to fit as desired.
I believe this is the fix you are talking about?
http://www.kawiforums.com/showthread...ight=seat+cowl

I don't know about everyone else but this doesnt solve the problem I have been stating. This mod fixes a locking problem that some people have had with their cowl. The problem I...and others...have stated is an overly large gap in the front. The front clicks in and locks fine thats not the issue...the issue is the big gap in the front.
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of the gap? I believe I posted a pic of it on another thread a while back when I first got it and it was part of my winter break project...just take a look at the first post in this thread though...gaps just like that on mine. I'll try to search the forum and find my exact picture
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This is the picture of my exact cowling. The gap was big enough to EASILY stick 2 fingers underneath. Seems to me the newer seat cowls...the one with the little gap in it to fit a helmet...are the ones that dont fit on that well. In the same thread that that picture is posted in is yours(Kelly) and Alex's and those are the older models and seem to fit fine.
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can you link the thread so I can reread what we discussed?

another shot of mine...

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I must admit your cowl does look a bit higher than mine. I know you said you checked, but are you sure the rubber standoffs are in their proper location? Did you try switching them around just to confirm?



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The one I got has a perfect paint job, but I had to file down the plastic hook that sticks into the rubber grommit in ordr for it to seat down far enough so as to not pull off by just lifting he back end. Fits correct now.
I just replaced the rubber grommet with one from a hardware store today and if fits perfectly now. The grommet that Kawi sent was just garbage IMHO. Maybe it needed time to set but the one from the hardware store I got just fit better and tighter from the moment I stuck it on the bracket in the rear tail section.
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Yup tried them every which way Kelly ...Doug you mean sharing where and what kinda grommets you got? A before and after picture would be great . and maybe a picture of the new grommets themselves
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"HEY YOU GUYS" I have the same problem. The fix was posted before (kkim...ur slackin).
The fix to this is.....The metal bracket that comes with it has a defect...It has to be bent.
If you take a straight edge to it, it will not line up. it needs to be bent straight for the cowl to fit as desired.
CRAP! I was cheated....mine didn't come with any stinkin' bend in the bracket! WTF...over. Did have to file down the nipple at the back though in order to get it to sink in low enough to catch the bottom of the rubber grommit. It just kept pulling out by just lifting the cowling from the back end. Works as specified now.

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Yup tried them every which way Kelly ...Doug you mean sharing where and what kinda grommets you got? A before and after picture would be great . and maybe a picture of the new grommets themselves
The grommet in this post is the basically the same one I got from a True Value Hardware store. I took the original along with me for comparison when selecting the proper grommet because there was a broad selection. I just made sure that the grommet was about the same size and that the hole in the middle was roughly the same size. I spent 58 cents on the thing and with the receipt still in hand I tested it outside since I rode down there on my motorcycle.

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So changing that grommet just fixed the lock-in in the back correct? I didn't change the fitment in the front of the cowling did it ? :/
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I believe this is the fix you are talking about?
http://www.kawiforums.com/showthread...ight=seat+cowl

I don't know about everyone else but this doesnt solve the problem I have been stating. This mod fixes a locking problem that some people have had with their cowl. The problem I...and others...have stated is an overly large gap in the front. The front clicks in and locks fine thats not the issue...the issue is the big gap in the front.
When I installed my cowl it locked fine and had a gap that looked just like yours, until I bent the bracket. At first the front pads were not touching properly either. After I bent the bracket it was better. Then I took a couple mm off the pads and now it sits like kkims.
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just for clarification, I didn't do anything to my cowl. it's the way it came from the factory.
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well, i got my cowl today and yup... i had the huge gap like the one in the first pic. i fixed it and it is basically gone now. i adjusted it as much as i could and still have the lock catch the pin. i am happy with the way it looks. just gotta wait for my carbon fiber print from custom seat covers for that rubber piece.

man, kelly you lucked out huh? seems like yours was the exception to the norm.
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just for clarification, I didn't do anything to my cowl. it's the way it came from the factory.
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yeah, like like everything else on this bike, quality control (or lack of it) seems to extend to their accessories as well.
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Must be the green ones, my red one snapped right on...just goes to show the tighter tolerances, and therefore, higher speed, that the reds have....
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"HEY YOU GUYS" I have the same problem. The fix was posted before (kkim...ur slackin).
The fix to this is.....The metal bracket that comes with it has a defect...It has to be bent.
If you take a straight edge to it, it will not line up. it needs to be bent straight for the cowl to fit as desired.
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Buffalony...I'll give the bend a try...if it works then I owe you . And I dont think it was that Kelly got lucky(sorry haha) I think it was just when he ordered his. Kelly got the "older edition". If you look at his cowl he doesnt have the little notch in it on the side that the newer ones do to lock a helmet. It seems like all the old skool ones fit perfectly...thats why when you look at all the ones on the kawasaki website they are showing the ones they previously sold and not the ones that they sell now...bastards
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When I installed my cowl it locked fine and had a gap that looked just like yours, until I bent the bracket. At first the front pads were not touching properly either. After I bent the bracket it was better. Then I took a couple mm off the pads and now it sits like kkims.

So we're bending the bracket? Pulling it down away from the cowl?
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So we're bending the bracket? Pulling it down away from the cowl?
no. up towards the cowl. the pin section will end up closer to the cowl... which will help the cowl seat more flush to the rear fairing. put a long socket over the pin and just whack the socket a few times. may take a few tries to get it just right. basically what you are trying to do is to bend the bracket as much as you can while still allowing the pin to catch in the lock. also, you gotta change out the pads. you could file the ones in the kit down, but it was taking too long for me and it wasn't coming out nice. i just went to the hardware store and bought some rubber pads.
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no. up towards the cowl. the pin section will end up closer to the cowl... which will help the cowl seat more flush to the rear fairing. put a long socket over the pin and just whack the socket a few times. may take a few tries to get it just right. basically what you are trying to do is to bend the bracket as much as you can while still allowing the pin to catch in the lock. also, you gotta change out the pads. you could file the ones in the kit down, but it was taking too long for me and it wasn't coming out nice. i just went to the hardware store and bought some rubber pads.
Sir, yes sir! I followed your instructions and used the pad from the seat. So now I have small pads in the front and in the rear sir! Here is the final result!

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Jael, is it solid or can you move it up and down on the sides?
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Jael, is it solid or can you move it up and down on the sides?
yeah, try wobbling it side to side. if it can still move, then you have to modify the pads still.
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yeah, try wobbling it side to side. if it can still move, then you have to modify the pads still.
Yes is does a lil bit, it's still not perfect. I need to replace the rubber piece in the back still as well.
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i gotta change out the rear piece too. i can't believe how hard it is to find that dumb rubber gasket in the back.
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ok, changed out the rear rubber grommet. here are a couple pics of the rear cowl. i am pretty satisfied with the gap in the front. i also got the custom seat creations cover for the cowl. it is shinier than the corbin seat, but the pattern is very close if not the same. i know my bike is dirty, but all those tiny dots are not dirt. those are the sparkles from the metallic paint.
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