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Old June 13th @ 02:20 pm   #11
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From: The Devil's Playground

Motorcycle: Shift Red 2005 Yamaha YZF-R1
A hammer and a screwdriver will fix it.

Seriously though, I'm surprised that Arson got his off with just the allen bolts coming out because I don't think I can take my R1 gas cap off with just the bolts on the outside either. I believe there is one bolt that is actually under the cap itself and they do that so no one can steal it. Otherwise, what the hell is the point of the locking gas cap in the first place if you can just undo the bolts and take it?

However, hopefully he can hook you up and get someone to help you release it so you can replace it.

 
 
Old June 13th @ 02:22 pm   #12
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From: southside

Motorcycle: 2004 Honda CBR600 F4i
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Originally Posted by R1_Demon View Post
A hammer and a screwdriver will fix it.
However, hopefully he can hook you up and get someone to help you release it so you can replace it.

You know I thought about that, but when I put my new key in the lock, all it does is turn in circles, over and over again. So I am wondering if a lock smith will even be able to open that?
 
 
Old June 13th @ 02:27 pm   #13
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From: The Devil's Playground

Motorcycle: Shift Red 2005 Yamaha YZF-R1
Maybe. They might have tools to bypass that or some ideas that we haven't thought of. Not sure.
 
 
Old June 13th @ 02:27 pm   #14
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From: Las Vegas, NV

Motorcycle: GSXR-750
CNC KEYLESS FUEL GAS CAP HONDA CBR600RR CBR1000RR 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 | eBay

yeah might give that try and pop it your self..not like you are gunna break the lock..heheh
 
 
Old June 13th @ 02:38 pm   #15
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From: southside

Motorcycle: 2004 Honda CBR600 F4i
Honda CBR 600 900RR 599 919 VTR 1000 Superhawk Fuel Gas Cap | eBay
I just bought this one.. once it arrvies imma try some handy work and try to pop it off... who knows what will happen heh.
 
 
Old June 13th @ 02:43 pm   #16
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From: Las Vegas, NV

Motorcycle: GSXR-750
Sweeeet! Good luck!
 
 
Old June 13th @ 04:54 pm   #17
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From: nlv

Motorcycle: 2008 gsxr
Glad to hear everything worked out man
 
 

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