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That's my confusion with this as well.. it seems as if the marketing team won the argument against the engineering team on this one. It would seem smart from a maintenance perspective to protect and cover the switch a little more. But, it is one of, if not the biggest, selling point of the bike and so I can understand wanting people to be able to see it.
But the way that mud and crap was caked in behind the swingarm, which looked like the only way to properly clear it out was by removing the swingarm... concerns me.
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