I haven't attempted to remove the tail light; however, I recently just got done with installing an aftermarket fender eliminator to remove that big out of place piece from the same area, and it didn't seem to be too difficult to work around there. It will requires time but be patience. Good luck!!Does anybody have a tutorial on how to remove the tail light?
Thanks in advanced!
It is f-ing hard bro. I’ve tried to remove it today but can’t figure out how it’ll come out. There are 2 bolts attached to the frame that I can’t reach with any driver. It’s just at weird place under frame support plate which is welded. ?No but it cant be hard,
I would think you get at the bolts under pillion seat
Yeah this really is a pain lol... I received my smoked light yesterday and tried to install it after work but it's such a time consuming process that it got dark so I put it off until the weekend :RantExplode: you really do need to get all the plastics parts on the tail off to do this properly because i couldn't even reach the part where the wires connect main wires coming from the bike since that part is like right under where the little flipout tray thing is.I have recently installed a motodynamic tail light. That was the biggest pain in the ass I have had in a while. There are only two phillips head screws holding it in, but some how you have to lift the light up off these two post things. Plus the plastic around the tail light is holding it in. I used a flat head screw driver a lot to get it out. Putting the new tail light in was just as much of a pain in the ass as taking it out. I probably spent about a few hours fighting with that light. Putting in the fender eliminator was much easier than that tail light.
I am guessing when it was built in the factory they had the tail light installed before having all the plastics on or something, because I see no way a factory worker could install that light in just a few minutes.
Thanks for the welcome, mate.+1
Welcome to the forum Hojo.
I see you are from windy Wellington. Quite a gathering of Kiwis on here now.
A little too well represented if you ask me, I think kiwi is handing out flyers at the local bike shop to help fluff the forum numbers from there...:grin:Thanks for the welcome, mate.
I've been lurking since I got my 400 a few months ago and figured I may as well make my entrance with something big
NZ seems to be pretty well represented here aye!