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    Givi Pics, Options

    Here's some Givi stuff I mounted. Hope I can clarify some options for those they might want to go a similar route. Here's my 3 bag Touring setup. Monokey E360 (40 liter) side cases) and Monolock (scooter) E350 Flow top box.
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    Here's my commuter setup. Same top box but replace the side bags with E21. The flat black stuff is cheap (compared to painted) and works good with the blurple color, IMHO.
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    I ordered the PLB436 sideracks and the PB02 top rack to make the 3 bag setup. In the pic I have removed the PB02 and replaced with a Z340 Monolock Adaptor. This adaptor is specifically made to work with the PLB436 sideracks.

    With that setup, you can now mount any Monolock (scooter) bag on the top. The pic shows the width of the mount.
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    Here's the Z340 Adaptor plate. Notice the slide in mounting bar is different than the 2-tab type mount of the standard PB02 (next pic).
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    This pic shows the PB02 Top Rack (monokey - motorcycle) that normally mounts with the PLB436 sideracks. It's a cast aluminum, note the slide in tabs for the bags (differ from Z340).

    On the right is a plastic adaptor that comes with any Monolock/Scooter top box. They say it should work with most any flat rack. Think that means rounded bars on a rack as well, like the motospecialties.com rear rack.
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    And last, here's the adaptor plate with it's snap in cover removed. You can see all the holes leave you plenty of options to bolt down this adaptor to a standalone rear rack. I can't remember what hardware came with it but have a bunch of leftover curved metal brackets and nuts and bolts. Glad I tried out the my options here. Now I can get a rear rack on another bike and move my top bag like you would move a tank bag over.
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    Berto...you are definitely the Swiss Army knife of the ZR-7 forum...lol.
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    Nice set up Berto, You are the "Jack of All Trades" for storage on the ZR. You looks like you're definitely ready for the ROTR3.

    Where does the Kitchen Sink, I know there's room for it somewhere?
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    Originally posted by 03'7S-Ben
    Nice set up Berto, You are the "Jack of All Trades" for storage on the ZR. You looks like you're definitely ready for the ROTR3.

    Where does the Kitchen Sink, I know there's room for it somewhere?
    He his the "jack of all trades" Ben. Ask the guy on the BMW who got the flat tire on the ROTR2...the same rider who got a speeding ticket a little later that same day...

    Looking good Bert. Just one more month and couple of weeks now......




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    Bert,
    Did the rear turning signals replacement bracket come with the rack or is that something you had to fabricate?
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    Berto, V.nice setup indeed. I would love to have hard Givis.
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    Ed/Ben/Tom, Thanks! My old high school nickname comes back to haunt me "ol reliable". No, officially, I was never a boy scout.

    Ces, The rear turn signal brackets are designed as part of the rack, no mods needed. They move right over - you should take the most direct wire route as extends the stock wiring some, but no mods needed there either.

    Andre, I see them as investment, can move from bike to bike with various combo's to meet the need. Those kids aren't paying rent? Don't they know you need Givi's? :?
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    Question Where did you get the bar ends?

    Berto,

    I love the look of those handlebar "bar ends"!

    Where did you get them and how much were they?

    Also, was there any problem fitting them on the stock handlebars?

    Let me and the gang know.

    Thank you.

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    Hi Bert! or should I say Inspector Gadget? Very nice set-up.

    On last year's ride on the ridge, Mike got a flat tire on his beemer, and WHAMM! out comes the electric air pump from the depths of Bert's swiss army knife. You da man.

    But seriously, I really like the color matched belly pan and chain guard. Did the previous owner do that or you? I'd like to know about how much to expect to pay for a job like that.

    See ya in a few months-

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    Dave,
    The bar ends are actually cruise control, Throttlemeister. Shame is - never had the need to try them out in 2600 miles.

    Kelly,
    Previous owner/motordawg had the bellypan, hugger, side covers color-matched by one of his 'painting buddies'. It had a few accessories when I got it late last year.
    Fender extender (still not mounted)
    ZG Tinted Sport Tour screen
    Marlin's Clock (nice)
    Clearview Rear signals and Taillight

    I have added;
    Tank-slapper
    Motospecialties mirror extenders
    Tank bag, like I need it
    ScottOiler Touring Kit and Dual-feed oiler
    4+ Factory Ignition Advance
    55W Driving Light
    Progressive Fork Springs (10w oil) for the 7S
    HyperPro Shock (friggin sweeeeet)
    Corbin (from Fade)
    Yosh Street Zyclone (Zx-7)
    3 Rack Givi Tubular (5 bags)
    under the seat:
    Stop-n-Go tire plugger
    Stripped down Air compressor
    Wired accessory outlet for 12V plugins
    Widder Vest attachment
    Battery Tender hookup (merged with Widder, 1 fuse) one less connection

    I think I'm about done!
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