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    Senior Member Rapturee's Avatar
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    Dale, you are killin' it with those new bags man. They really look good on the bike, I like'em! :{)

    I like/happy with the Kappa 46L top box. It's about the perfect size, Though I would still swap it for a larger one if i could find one haha. I am seriously considering and am just about ready to part with my Honda side bags. They are just not big enough for what i'd like to carry in them, i want larger ones... I dunno, we'll see. :{)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rapturee View Post
    Dale, you are killin' it with those new bags man. They really look good on the bike, I like'em! :{)

    I like/happy with the Kappa 46L top box. It's about the perfect size, Though I would still swap it for a larger one if i could find one haha. I am seriously considering and am just about ready to part with my Honda side bags. They are just not big enough for what i'd like to carry in them, i want larger ones... I dunno, we'll see. :{)
    Thanks....

    As part of my original purchase of the bike, I included the GIVI racks and 3 boxes...two 33l and one 42L. They were about the only option to the Honda panniers at that time. The boxes have served me well, but I've never like the method of opening. They have a new box, the dolomiti that is promising. Nothing is cheap.

    when I had my nighthawk, I took an EBAY rack for a V-strom and some military surplus mermite cans and make panniers. Someone once thought I was riding a BMW because they associated aluminum cans with the brand.

    If you haven't watched Mondo Enduro, see if you can find it. those guys were great at making do on a round the world trip.



    Link to the build.

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    Painted to match using Duplicolor spray primer, paint and clear coat.

    HEPCO & BECKER 'Gobi' 37 liter side cases and 42 liter top box on quick detach H&B frames. H&B is the OEM manufacturer for KTM Motorcycles. We also have Givi cases on my wife's motorcycle. The H&B boxes are much more robust and will take a beating or fall far better than anything that Givi offers. The Givi has better locks than the H&B. But a thief can open either brand.

    FWIW, the 37 liter side cases are about 11" wide.





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