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post #1 of 9 Old 11-01-2015, 01:30 PM Thread Starter
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919 side case frames

Saw these while playing on Ebay today:


Honda Hornet 900 919 '02 08 Shad Side Master Saddlebag Side Mounting Kit | eBay

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post #2 of 9 Old 11-01-2015, 03:18 PM
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Can givi hard cases mount onto these racks?

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Can givi hard cases mount onto these racks?
I believe they are SHAD only.

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Can givi hard cases mount onto these racks?
I am pretty sure it would not be hard to make an adapter.

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I like the idea of having side cases without having to have a top rack to mount to. That's what I like about the swmotech over the givi setups. I'd almost be willing to trade a givi full system for the swmotech system.

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I like the idea of having side cases without having to have a top rack to mount to. That's what I like about the swmotech over the givi setups. I'd almost be willing to trade a givi full system for the swmotech system.

I had the top case for a while. I didn't like the way it looked, or how it made the bike handle, even if it was empty.





Now I use the side cases and if I need more space I strap a water proof bag to the seat. Works out so much better than the top case and ends up with more space.




Took a dirt nap at Big Bend State Park in Tx. Evidently the 919 is not designed for waterlogged dirt roads...lol.

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Uh oh - break anything? Cases probably saved you from a lot of damage.

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Uh oh - break anything? Cases probably saved you from a lot of damage.

Other than getting muddy and having to adjust a mirror, not a scratch on the bike. I was going slow, probably 5mph at the most when it happened. Evidently street tired do not grip on soggy dirt roads in the desert...haha

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