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post #1 of 8 Old 05-05-2012, 04:07 PM Thread Starter
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***SOLD***Givi sidecases & rack

Givi E21 sidecases & 919-specific rack for your sport-touring pleasure. I used these without a topcase, so I made a flat steel support bar that attaches to the grab bar. I will throw that in (for free! Lol) if you, likewise, will not use the rack with the topcase rack.

Cases and rack in great shape. A few scuffs on top from the occasional careless dismount, but nothing major or unsightly. All keys, hardware, and installation instructions included. Comes with 919 Hornet decal already applied. Sweet!

The retail price for E21 cases is $170 plus shipping at twistedthrottle.com.
Givi E21 Monokey Sidecases/Saddlebags (pair) - 21 liters/case - Givi E21 : TwistedThrottle.com

The 919 sidecase rack is also $170 retail plus shipping.
Givi Tubular Sidecase Racks (Honda 919 / CB900 Hornet, '02-) - Givi PL256 : TwistedThrottle.com

Will sell the whole set-up for $185 shipped to your door. Thanks for looking.
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post #2 of 8 Old 05-06-2012, 07:14 PM
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Are these waterproof?

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I'd be very interested in these. Does anyone use these with aftermarket pipes? I've heard they don't work but haven't seen anything conclusive about it!

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I'd be very interested in these. Does anyone use these with aftermarket pipes? I've heard they don't work but haven't seen anything conclusive about it!
I have these with Sato pipes installed, you will have to make spacers for the OEM exhaust mounting location but it can be done.

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Yes, they are waterproof.

As for the mounting with aftermarket pipes, I don't see a reason they wouldn't work. Mounting points for the sidecase rack are the bolt that runs through the passenger peg and the fender. The rack runs through the holes that held the OEM blinkers and meets up in a joiner piece that hooks it all together. I relocated my blinkers to the little brackets that originally held reflectors.

Givi designed it to tie into the topcase rack. If you look closely at the pics, you can see the bung where a bolt is intended to go from the sidecase rack to the topcase rack. I didn't want a topcase, so I fashioned the support from the grab rail to the sidecase rack. (Not even sure the support was necessary, but just did it to be safe. Also, it does not touch the bike's bodywork.) This lifted the grab rail up slightly, but I just used some weatherstrip from Home Depot to keep it sealed. If you look closely at the pics, it's not even noticeable. Of course, if you want to use it with a topcase, you just tie it into that rack with the supplied bolt.

I've never used the topcase rack, so perhaps that is the one that requires adaptation to work with aftermarket exhaust. Can't say for sure.

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Forgot you didn't have a top case rack, that is what you'd need to make spacers for.

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SOLD to Boskru. Thanks!

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