Ok, so they go under the seat somewhere? I have a Nighthawk 700s and I've noticed that Honda kept at least a few of the allen sizes.
Either that or Honda hid the tool kit under the tank. I'll be having a closer look at the bike this weekend.
BTW, This is the bike I bought a few weeks ago, just paid off the friend loan and now it's in my driveway, pink slip in my name, tags up to date. All I need is ins and a battery.
I'll probably change the oil and check all the fluids.
I haven't seen the condition of the air filter, I guess it's hidden in that box under the fuel tank.
It was bought pretty much as is, untested, so I hope theres not some kinda major problem. So far no evidence of a major problem.
Ok, The spot for the toolkit is under the seat on the left side. Honda only had a very minimal toolkit for the 919 to begin with, and discontinued it around 2004 or 5, iirc.
There should be a rubber strap, kind of a big rubber band to secure it with...but if it's gone, it's not a big loss. Like MarylandMike said, there are only a couple things that even came with the kit that were worth having.
You would do just as well (or even better) to buy a tool roll and fill it with your own tools. You don't need much while your out on the road, after all. a 1/4in ratchet with an 8mm, 10mm & 12mm socket, a leatherman tool and a phillips screwdriver and you're set. Bring a 22mm and 27mm for the rear axle so you can adjust the chain..and a small can of chain lube. I can't think of anything else you'd need, really!
Oh, and the air filter is located behind the side cover on the left side of the bike. You should look at getting a copy of the shop manual. Either a paper copy or download the PDF... Do a search, the link has been posted half a hundred times or so.