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ofreen 12-26-2008 08:41 PM

GIVI stuff is good. Reasonably priced compared to OEM. I have had a set of E360s mounted on a Wingrack for my CBR1000F for many years. They have never leaked a drop. They are a tad heavy, but on the plus side, they are sturdy. One thing about the setup, though is that it is wide. I've bumped a few things because of that. Happy Trails has some mounting systems for GIVI bags for some bikes that tuck them in a lot tighter and are solid as a rock.

MOKE1K 12-27-2008 12:28 PM

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Great bags,...now if they only made a set that wouldnt look so ugly on my Gsxr1000.

Kenneth_Moore 12-27-2008 03:07 PM

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Great bags,...now if they only made a set that wouldnt look so ugly on my Gsxr1000.

Moke, you're asking the impossible. By definition any bag is going to look bad on any real sportbike. The only thing close to presentable I've ever seen are the Givi bags for the VFR, and it's not a pure sportbike.


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