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post #1 of 7 Old 10-30-2016, 03:15 PM Thread Starter
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Givi monokey cases

Looking for a cheap set of Givi or similar cases that fit the monokey racks. I prefer that they do not have any major damage. Thanks

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post #2 of 7 Old 10-30-2016, 05:11 PM
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E22's look good...
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Nice looking bike! I was wondering about the quality of them and if they can be used riding 2 up? They are reasonably cheap. Although I always pictured them in my mind being mounted the opposite way. So that the taller part would be towards the rear of the bike slanting down towards the front. Is it possible to mount them both ways? Can you give a little review on them?

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Yes, they've worked well for me. You can mount them round the other way if that's what you prefer - I think I decided on narrow end at the back because it makes the lids flatter on the bike.

The lids snap down nicely, provided you don't over-stuff the cases - the great thing [compared to the soft bags I used to use] is clicking them off the bike at the end of the day with a turn of the key and walking inside with them. They have speed and load warnings from the manufacturer, so there are limits to what they can do, but for a couple of nights away, they've been great. Waterproof, reasonable unobtrusive on the bike, keep the weight nice and low...all good!
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WOAH!! Sorry to thread jack, but what muffler is that? GSXR? Is there a build thread?

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off topic, what exhaust is that :P ?

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Yes, GSXR muffler attached to a 900rr header. Originally had an R1 can, but even though it wailed, I couldn't get used to the bulk of it, and went for the smaller size and more tucked-in effect of the current set-up.

I think I did post up some pics - I'll see if I can find the orig thread.

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