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I accidentally punched a hole in my lower cowling. I have the 2019 model and the color is Metallic Moondust Gray/Metallic Flat Spark Black. I've found the part on the schematic online but it seems to have 2 versions of the part. Does anyone know what those abbreviations mean? i want to make sure I get the right part.

COWLING,SIDE,LH,M.S.BLACK CN
55028-0626-660 (MS black??, Cn?)

COWLING,SIDE,LH,M.F.S.BLACK CA,US
55028-0626-739 (maybe metallic flat spark black, california, US)

Thanks in advance for any help
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CN stand for Canada, but it can also mean China .The CN warehouses are in multiple cities and are prefixed with CN. For example, CN-SZ is China, Shenzhen Warehouse.

Best to communicate with vendor with your model serial number so they can provide the right parts. You may also find the exact part number on the damage cowling.
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I accidentally punched a hole in my lower cowling. I have the 2019 model and the color is Metallic Moondust Gray/Metallic Flat Spark Black. I've found the part on the schematic online but it seems to have 2 versions of the part. Does anyone know what those abbreviations mean? i want to make sure I get the right part.

COWLING,SIDE,LH,M.S.BLACK CN
55028-0626-660 (MS black??, Cn?)

COWLING,SIDE,LH,M.F.S.BLACK CA,US
55028-0626-739 (maybe metallic flat spark black, california, US)

Thanks in advance for any help
Be aware the decals also need to be ordered, my first crash I punched a hole through using the signal light. I used plastic weld and fiberglass mat, sanded the inside and then worked the plastic weld into the cloth then rolled in place using a wallpaper roller, to get the air out and compress it, then used a rattle can and painted it. Rode it like that for two years. The black piece was something like $200 Canadian.
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CN stand for Canada, but it can also mean China .The CN warehouses are in multiple cities and are prefixed with CN. For example, CN-SZ is China, Shenzhen Warehouse.

Best to communicate with vendor with your model serial number so they can provide the right parts. You may also find the exact part number on the damage cowling.
Agreed , call your dealer for the part number, I am lucky, my dealer is cheaper than anybody else for everything so far.
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I used plastic weld and fiberglass mat
This works great. then just 101 body work and sanding. Absolutely easy to fix and paint with a rattle can. Ive done a few fixes like this on my 2015. Of couse not as easy as buying a new body part!
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