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View Poll Results: What do you do with your rear cowel?
Keep cowel on all the time. 78 57.78%
Keep rear seat on all the time. 15 11.11%
Change between seat and cowel . 42 31.11%
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post #1 of 48 (permalink) Old 07-31-2001, 06:54 PM Thread Starter
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Rear Cowel Poll

I am wondering what most people do with the cowel on the Suzuki's. I keep it on unless I know I am going to have a passenger. Do others keep the seat on all the time? Give me your feedback!
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I am wondering what most people do with the cowel on the Suzuki's. I keep it on unless I know I am going to have a passenger. Do others keep the seat on all the time? Give me your feedback!
I always try to plan ahead when it comes to getting hoochies on the back of my TL, but I just hate the way it looks with the seat. Most of the time I will leave the cowl on and make the person who wants a ride come back to my "Stabbin Cabin" for the seat!

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post #3 of 48 (permalink) Old 07-31-2001, 07:52 PM
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Got a 97 600, and leave the cowl on. Don't like the big hump, the 01's look lots better, hmmmmm wonder if a 01 cowl would bolt right up ??? Any how, lest your on the prowel, the cowl stay's....


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I keep my cowl on all the time, but I suppose I would change it out if I were using my bike to pick up guys. I think the cowl looks a lot better.

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Cowel is on at all time except when I take a long trip and strap a bag on. My rear seat has never felt an ass on it...and it never will.

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Cowel is on at all time except when I take a long trip and strap a bag on. My rear seat has never felt an ass on it...and it never will.
I hear what you are saying about the rear cowl being on all the time, but doesn't it get lonely sometimes???

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No, because I can look in the mirrors and see my wife on the 600 Katana. Believe me, more fun for both of us.

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The cowl stays on! GET YOUR OWN BIKE!

You must be fast cus I was hauling ass when I passed you.
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Always sportin the cowl,except when I'm on the prowl.On the other hand,got a buddy that hates the cowl always has the seat on go figure.
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The cowl stays on! GET YOUR OWN BIKE!
WHAT HE SAID!!!

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