Suzuki engine cover seal will fit and can be stuck back on cover
Experience - we had a number of Suzuki 250's
Engine covers come off daily
Because of design, pull up lid, part of it falls off the hood.
Need three pairs of hands to keep the seal in position when you replace the lids.
With the hood upturned replace the seal - It will fit, you start at the back and keep pulling tight as you stretch the seal around the lid.
Once on mark up corresponding points on both the lid and the seal so you know where everything should go.
Marhk the position/height of the seal on the lid surround outside at least
Take the seal off
Thoroughly clean the inside of the seal - remove all old oils etc, abrade slightly with emery cloth/sandpaper
Clean and abrade the lid where the seal is going to cover -
Yes its score that shiny paintwork
Place masking tape around the lid to preserve for the next phase
Apply Sikkaflex liberally
Place the seal back on the lid
To keep in position we used the heavy duty type clothes pegs
Retire to the pub
Having left for 24/48 hours in a warm place you should find the seal sticks 'till the next time'
For us that was around a season or 200 days.
It became a 'winter job