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Anybody know what that cable loop thing under the passenger seat is?

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It's for your helmet. Not going to call it a lock since it isn't but it's designed to make it harder to steal your helmet off the bike. Honda calls it a "helmet holder" in their official documentation. See here: http://oi62.tinypic.com/2pt2wdf.jpg



You run it through the D rings on your helmet and loop one end through that thin bar thing.
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If you don't have one, download an owner's manual for your bike. It'll tell you what that is, plus a lot of other stuff, some of it danged important.
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And if you need another one, here's a part # 2 in your "tool" schematic. LOL

https://www.motosport.com/motorcycle.../cbr300r/tools

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your expensive helmet can lose its designed impact absorbtion
by dropping on hard surfaces, incl from mirror stalks etc..
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And if you need another one, here's a part # 2 in your "tool" schematic. LOL

https://www.motosport.com/motorcycle.../cbr300r/tools
LOL, I only have the "helmet holder" (use it when I run into stores) and an *empty* tool bag (save for maybe the fuse puller).

Currently also have two air gauges, insurance info, an assortment of bungee cords, and a bicycle multi-tool (hex, screw drivers) underneath the seat.
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