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Tutorials for Various Maintenance Tasks on the Stelvio NTX

Discussion in 'Stelvio Chat & Tech' started by canuck1969, Apr 20, 2013.

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    canuck1969 GT Reference GT Contributor

    May 31, 2012
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    Burlington, Ontario
    Revision: Added details on waterproofing the switch and notes on possible rear seat interference. My Bike has a Corbin seat which sit higher in the rear. You may have interference with the top of the unit and the bottom of the seat pan on a stock rear seat. From someone else that used the same location, they reported a 1/4" clearance issue. They cut a relief hole in the bottom of the seat pan, but I believe that you could just add some spacers to the bottom of rear section. The locking pin for the seat is adjustable, I just don't know if you have 1/4" of adjustment.

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