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Top Case GIVI

I am looking for a top box on my CBR. I find no model. I saw that GIVI offered support for the CBR 125. Do you know if it would support our 250?

The model is : SR1103

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The 125 rack (new version 125), should fit the 250. That being said, I have seen pics on japanese sites that show a 250 givi rear carrier and side bags, but not offered in Canada yet.
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wow, that's huge, that's ungainly and it's ugly.

As soon as the rack mounts are obtainable for the 250 I'm getting one !

I can't wait to be freed of the multi-bungee cord routine and of having to take everything with me or lock what's left behind on the bike.
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I was just looking at there website too about this. Anyone have any photos with this thing open?
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GIVI ok, any size

"Support"? Don't need anything. Notice in the picture the Givi base-plate is not integrated into the rear carrier, it is BOLTED on. This is the setup I use, I've got a 55L liter Givi on my 250rABS. Just got back from COSTCO lastnight with a passenger on back, and the GIVI crammed full.. still cruising at 110kph smooth as silk.
Just be VERY careful, weighting that box will make this 160kg bike seriously top-heavy. On the kickstand the bike may tip over.
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"Support"? Don't need anything. Notice in the picture the Givi base-plate is not integrated into the rear carrier, it is BOLTED on. This is the setup I use, I've got a 55L liter Givi on my 250rABS. Just got back from COSTCO lastnight with a passenger on back, and the GIVI crammed full.. still cruising at 110kph smooth as silk.
Just be VERY careful, weighting that box will make this 160kg bike seriously top-heavy. On the kickstand the bike may tip over.
you're using this now ?
that sounds fantastic. can you tell us the part numbers for the bolt on rack, and box that you have installed ? I'd like to see about ordering a set.
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Givi universal bolt on mount

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you're using this now ?
that sounds fantastic. can you tell us the part numbers for the bolt on rack, and box that you have installed ? I'd like to see about ordering a set.
Sure: here it is:
Givi universal bolt on mount

If that link doesn't work:
RL Motorcycles

My box:
Givia Maxia
http://compare.ebay.com/like/200487823184?var=lv&ltyp=AllFixedPriceItemTypes&va r=sbar&_lwgsi=y


Keep in mind there are two box series, monoKEY and monoLOCK; they are not compatible.

This is mounted on the Honda 250r rack:
rear rack
HONDA : Rear carrier [0SKZXKYJ05]
about 14,000 yen.

I've used this box/mount setup on three bikes, just swap the box to the bike I'm using for the day. works great.

Last edited by Rick; 07-25-2011 at 12:13 AM. Reason: added box
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>This is mounted on the Honda 250r rack:
rear rack
HONDA : Rear carrier [0SKZXKYJ05]
about 14,000 yen.

Does the rack slip over the grab handles on either side, how does it get bolted on exactly? The picture doesn't show the cbr grab handles.
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>This is mounted on the Honda 250r rack:
rear rack
HONDA : Rear carrier [0SKZXKYJ05]
about 14,000 yen.

Does the rack slip over the grab handles on either side, how does it get bolted on exactly? The picture doesn't show the cbr grab handles.
yeah, that picture. It looks like the rack is bolted on where the rear grab rails used to be.. that'd be bolted to the subframe under the seat. if so, that would be the best solution...
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>This is mounted on the Honda 250r rack:
rear rack
HONDA : Rear carrier [0SKZXKYJ05]
about 14,000 yen.

Does the rack slip over the grab handles on either side, how does it get bolted on exactly? The picture doesn't show the cbr grab handles.
The Honda rear 'carrier' (rack) requires removal of the grab handles. The two bolts for each handle are used to hold on the rack. The Givi mounting plate has four bolts and 'hooks' to hold it to the (Honda) rack.

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