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    [QUOTE=Cagedodger;81243]Here's a combo of the Givi V46 and some Caribou'ed Pelican Storm 2600 cases (with his DIY Givi Mount). I don't think they're all that heavy at 8.5 lbs. For their stoutness, I'm OK with the extra weight. Very easy way to add extra visibility.
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    Nice Cagedodger! I had the same set up on my WeeStrom. Does the bottom of your DIY bracket extend beyond the bottom of the case? Are you able to stand the case up, or does the DIY bracket interfere?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lord la la View Post
    Nice Cagedodger! I had the same set up on my WeeStrom. Does the bottom of your DIY bracket extend beyond the bottom of the case? Are you able to stand the case up, or does the DIY bracket interfere?
    Nope. I installed it so that I could set it down without interference. I did a *lot* of measuring before drilling. I installed them off center so that if I switch sides, the cases sit further back so my wife has more room when she rides. the rest of the time, the tuck in a few inches forward.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cagedodger View Post
    Nope. I installed it so that I could set it down without interference. I did a *lot* of measuring before drilling. I installed them off center so that if I switch sides, the cases sit further back so my wife has more room when she rides. the rest of the time, the tuck in a few inches forward.
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    Quote Originally Posted by StratTuner View Post
    I have to put in a vote for my favorite bags then...

    the Nelson Rigg CL855 bags are a great value at $115.
    They look like this:

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    OK.. the big thing jumping out to me in this picture is the seat pad.... what is that??? Looks like a quick and inexpensive seat upgrade to me! I haven't heard or seen this before, please share with us!
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    Hey Greg ..

    What USA distributor did you buy from ??

    Thanks ...

    Quote Originally Posted by 670cc View Post
    Yes. The ones I have are the Kappa K21s. Same exact thing at a lower price.

    K21 - Cases

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    Quote Originally Posted by GsVs View Post
    Hey Greg ..

    What USA distributor did you buy from ??

    Thanks ...
    I bought from Tour and Ride. According to a Givi rep I spoke to on the phone (about a different matter), Tour and Ride is the sole US distributor for Kappa products. I have not verified that 100%, but I have to admit I've never seen anyone else selling Kappa in the USA.

    Watch the Tour and Ride Web site for crazy sales where they have certain Kappa and/or Givi stuff for half price. I got the Monokey K21s for half of list price minus another 10% around the first of this year; I think they were $85.05 for the pair of side cases, free shipping.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 670cc View Post
    I bought from Tour and Ride. According to a Givi rep I spoke to on the phone (about a different matter), Tour and Ride is the sole US distributor for Kappa products. I have not verified that 100%, but I have to admit I've never seen anyone else selling Kappa in the USA.

    Watch the Tour and Ride Web site for crazy sales where they have certain Kappa and/or Givi stuff for half price. I got the Monokey K21s for half of list price minus another 10% around the first of this year; I think they were $85.05 for the pair of side cases, free shipping.
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    I know the Honda bespoke bags are pricey, but I have to say they look the best IMHO. The Trekker 33litre bags would have won it as they look really sexy and they have the neat opening system, but Honda have struck a great balance between providing just enough capacity for one-up touring and keeping the whole width of the bags when fitted to probably less than anything I've seen (although the deauville might be narrower)
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    Hepco Becker bags on mine.


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    Quote Originally Posted by 670cc View Post
    I bought from Tour and Ride. According to a Givi rep I spoke to on the phone (about a different matter), Tour and Ride is the sole US distributor for Kappa products. I have not verified that 100%, but I have to admit I've never seen anyone else selling Kappa in the USA.

    Watch the Tour and Ride Web site for crazy sales where they have certain Kappa and/or Givi stuff for half price. I got the Monokey K21s for half of list price minus another 10% around the first of this year; I think they were $85.05 for the pair of side cases, free shipping.
    Thanks for the tip ...

    That's a great price you got on the K21's ..

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