Not sure how different the body work is on the 200 but if you can find a place where you can see the cable running along the frame then squeeze it tightly with a pair of pliers and give it a pull toward the front of the bike. That should get enough movement on the cable at the seat latch to trip it.I've seen a lot of people put in safety measures for this but unfortunately mine is too late. I've locked the keys and everything I own in the scooter... No money, no cards all gone. Is there any way to get in easily?
Hey there fellow QLD'er. Where abouts in QLD?
Not sure how different a 200 is to a 400, but the 400 is actually very easy to get in to. You just take of the Tupperware at the back and you'll see a little bit metal clip, push that and bingo she's open.