Luggage

Xifer2020

New Member
I use a "Nelson Rigg Commuter Sport Tail Bag" it's decent size, it holds my lunch bag to and from work and my layers of my gear on the way home. Doesn't look terrible. Depends on how you like it.

I have been wanting to invest into a SW-motech saddle bag kit for my 2007, but haven't bit the cost yet. The one I want is 400$ but I really think I would like the extra space on my commute for my thermal layers in the winter.
 

oldjeep

New Member
I used to have Givi N22's, which were not big enough for my needs (wouldn't hold a laptop) and replaced them with Givi trekker 33's. All depends on what you want to be able to hold.
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Kenzo-AUS

New Member
I've got givi V35s for the side and an SW Motech contoured tank bag. They are all pretty sleek and hug nice and close to the bike. The side cases will each fit a full face helmet, and come on quick release mounting hardware. I'm pretty fond of them
Hi,
The panniers look nice on and they do hug pretty tight. I was wondering which rack system you bought to mount them. Was it the PLX359 or PLXR359 and which top box plate choice did you make?
Cheers
Ken
 

Cammywham

New Member
Hi,
The panniers look nice on and they do hug pretty tight. I was wondering which rack system you bought to mount them. Was it the PLX359 or PLXR359 and which top box plate choice did you make?
Cheers
Ken
It was the PLXR359. Not really sure what the difference is. The top box plate is M5, and it mounts to 359FZ sidearms. I believe you can also mount the side case hardware without those sidearms, but it requires an additional adaptor kit.
 
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