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post #1 of 4 Old 12-23-2014, 02:41 PM Thread Starter
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SW-Motech side case carrier compatible with Ventura system?

I am looking at buying hard cases (finally) this spring. I am looking at getting these Givi E41 Keyless Monokey Sidecases/Saddlebags (pair) - 41 liters/case - TwistedThrottle.com with the SW-MOTECH Quick-Lock Sidecarrier (Honda 919 / CB900 Hornet) Original Style for Givi, TraX, Krauser, & Hepco sidecases - TwistedThrottle.com. This side carrier connects to the same bolts that the grab handle is held on by, and the same bolts that the Ventura system is held on by. (The Ventura system replaces the grab handle.) Will this system work, with the SW-Motech and cases with the Ventura rack? This stuff is too expensive to buy it and experiment...

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post #2 of 4 Old 12-23-2014, 03:41 PM
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SW-Motech has brackets to mount to their racks that will accept the Givi bags, at least they used to. Look closer at Twisted Throttle's website, there should be options for the brackets.

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rmb is correct its a optional mounting kit that is specific to the type of luggage you want to mount. I have the racks and hard mounted a set of seahorse cases to mine, not quick disconnect by any means but the racks themselves disconnect very easily so its not a problem. You might consider doing the same to save a few dollars, although since you are exploring this option cost may not be an issue.

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There'll be no lane splitting with those bags on. Those things will hold a lot of stuff. Are you packing all your belongings and moving to Florida for the winter?


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