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7 hours ago, Motoadventureman (Mick) said:

Top stuff 

 

 

Thanks Mick

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al700
On 9/4/2019 at 6:10 AM, Lupo said:

ACERBIS Rally Pro

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Are the acerbis rally pro handguards a straight fit to the Tenere? Do they need any kind of modification?

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Lupo

No modification needed, just remove the bar end weights which are screwed in. 

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Aleksandar13
On 8/31/2019 at 8:30 PM, Juanmiroquai said:

Amazon handlebar riser: (it's a copy of Rox riser)

 

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Can you share how tall you are and if you have the rally seat as well.? 

 

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al700
16 hours ago, Lupo said:

No modification needed, just remove the bar end weights which are screwed in. 

The bike will come with heated grips and there is a special bar end for the heated grips...anyway. thank you!

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Juanmiroquai
On 9/15/2019 at 8:08 AM, Aleksandar_the_Great said:

Can you share how tall you are and if you have the rally seat as well.? 

 

I'm (just) 172 cm, but I'm used to ride enduro bikes and I like the handlebar in an upper position.

 

I do not have the rally seat.

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JamesE

Stuck the Barkbusters from my old Tiger 800 on the T7, they fit perfectly.

 

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Posted (edited)

I made & uploaded review video;

https://youtu.be/RuyHMDLw1ns

 

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added embedded video as well as url link
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JamesE

Fitted the Kriega OS Base and bags. Looks great with the black and Flouro colour scheme!

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Aleksandar13
20 hours ago, JamesE said:

Fitted the Kriega OS Base and bags. Looks great with the black and Flouro colour scheme!

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Do the bags mount on a special plate? I will be traveling next year in Europe and was thinking just to strap a US 20 and US 20 on the back seat, but this looks good. 

Would you be able to post some more pictures when you get a chance. 

Aleks 

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JamesE
1 hour ago, Aleksandar13 said:

Do the bags mount on a special plate? I will be traveling next year in Europe and was thinking just to strap a US 20 and US 20 on the back seat, but this looks good. 

Would you be able to post some more pictures when you get a chance. 

Aleks 

No plates, it's just like a set of saddlebags you'd get on a horse! Super light and easy to get mounted up. They also have mounting points for a bag in the middle (on top) too.

The instructions recommend drilling into a rear fender to mount two strap loops. You can get away with just trying down to the back two luggage bolts where the passenger seat is, but I'm still looking at a better option. I probably will end up drilling into the plastic. 

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On 10/8/2019 at 1:14 PM, JamesE said:

Fitted the Kriega OS Base and bags. Looks great with the black and Flouro colour scheme!

20191004_080348.jpg

Hi James..do you have a link to the lextek pipe?..thanks

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Aleksandar13
4 hours ago, JamesE said:

No plates, it's just like a set of saddlebags you'd get on a horse! Super light and easy to get mounted up. They also have mounting points for a bag in the middle (on top) too.

The instructions recommend drilling into a rear fender to mount two strap loops. You can get away with just trying down to the back two luggage bolts where the passenger seat is, but I'm still looking at a better option. I probably will end up drilling into the plastic. 

I wouldn't want to drill holes into the plastica of the bikes that is for sure, but they do look nice. 

Cheers for the information 

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On 10/9/2019 at 12:59 PM, JamesE said:

No plates, it's just like a set of saddlebags you'd get on a horse! Super light and easy to get mounted up. They also have mounting points for a bag in the middle (on top) too.

The instructions recommend drilling into a rear fender to mount two strap loops. You can get away with just trying down to the back two luggage bolts where the passenger seat is, but I'm still looking at a better option. I probably will end up drilling into the plastic. 

Hi. I ordered mine with this bracket, do you think the bags can be used with this? It would be nice if you could post photos of how the bracket for the bags is located. The black one is the nicest 🙂

 

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Fabros

Picked up a bunch of parts! 🙂 

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X Plane
4 hours ago, Fabros said:

Picked up a bunch of parts! 🙂 

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Ooooooh.... You almost need a bigger car there. 

 

I collected my rear rack in a friends Nissan Micra and we had to unbox the rack to get it into the Micra’s boot. So well (MX5) Miata done.... Happy fitting. 

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