Hi All Whilst attempting to get my bike back on the road, and having successfully fixed what I believe is the issue, my '94 ZXR250C fuel cap has seized and won't open. Nw from what I have read there is a security screw that most 'normal people' remove to avoid this problem. Bt, does anyone have a suggestion which will aid in the removal of the fuel cap assembly short of cutting it out (obvious fire risks here) and putting a new one in. Removing the 8 or so hex screws which hold it in place do nothing because of the security screw under the latch mechanism. Am I just going to hope a locksmith can get it open somehow, or ??? I have tried WD40ing it to remove it by shooting it down the key hole, should I be thinking more along the lines of a penetrating lubricant spray? Thanks in advance for any suggestions.