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  • eortizr
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    Can I sawp 98+ fairings with the 93?

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  • okaytodive
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    thanks man

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  • brooder
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    Seats for the 98+ are the same with the exception of materials. So yes, it will.

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  • okaytodive
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    will the seat from a 01 750 still fit if you put an 05 rear fender on?

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  • brooder
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    Originally posted by okaytodive
    you don't need to buy the new seat cable all you have to do is turn it 180 degress
    You still run into the problem that the mounting point for the lock is further away from the latch on the 03+ than on the 98-02. You need a longer cable.

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  • okaytodive
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    you don't need to buy the new seat cable all you have to do is turn it 180 degress

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  • Spedee
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    Also if you change the rear tail from the 98 to 2003 type you need the longer lock cable to unlock the seat properly.

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  • The CyberPoet
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    SPECIAL NOTE ON 98+ GAS TANKS:

    Suzuki delivered two different 98+ gas tanks in the USA; one that was specific to the California models (has extra space underneath for the PAIR valve), and a standard version for the other 49 states. The 49-state version has a larger capacity, but doesn't have space underneath for the PAIR valve system.

    If you order a replacement tank from Suzuki, they only offer one replacement -- the California version (so they only have to carry one item in their replacement inventory).

    Meanwhile, as long as you don't have a California model, any 98+ tank will fit. If you have a Cali-specific model, you can end up with a tank that won't work without removing the extra pollution control equipment if you get a standard 49-state model.

    Cheers,
    =-= The CyberPoet

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