nice progress!...how are you liking your yoshi seat frame and r6 light? i ended up changing seat frames to prevent the bottom of the light from contacting the seat frame.....didn't wanna hassle with a broken light ya know.....
Yeah I noticed issues with this seat frame after i finally mounted the rear light kit. After I installed the R6 Light kit and lowered the seat down on the Yoshi seat frame, it was definately a tight fit "it did touch the frame barely on the passenger side
" and it was slightly tilted upwards on the driv side. I was able to fix this by shimmin it with 2 washers on the driv side. By shimming it, in my situation, it leveled the light out. I could see the touch as being a stress problem on the light, if I were a heavy rider 200+ pds. The light does touch the seat frame, just barely
, so I'm not worried about cracking at the moment, but then again that means no one rides it that is 200+ pds for now
I think you could make some small cuts in the seat plastic or shim the front screws only, on the mount plate, to get some extra clearance if necessary.
I messed with the rear lic plate mount today and borrowed my idea from the MotoIQ ruckus. Made my own license plate mounting bracket out of 1/16 inch thick - alum angle iron. Went with the verticle look, hope I don't get pulled over by FL po-po's for this? Not sure if legal or not? Guess if i do i'll have to fab up another one horizontal.
Next week, going to try and find someone with a water jet cutting machine so I can have a custom Alum radiator cover made.
Thanks for the comments btw