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    Senior Member DELuth's Avatar
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    Looks like Givi.
    "I don't know how to put this, but I'm kind of a big deal. People know me. I'm very important. I have many leather-bound books and my apartment smells of rich mahogany."

    My Bike

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    Givi. at least two fit - I own 2 :-) I think these are they. Little and Large:

    3D603
    Givi 3D603 Tanklock Tankbag - RevZilla

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    Givi 3D604 Tanklock Tankbag - RevZilla


    they have others
    Givi Tank Bags - RevZilla


    The cool thing is thet Honda have used this same filler cap for decades. The same adapter ring fits both my 2014 CB1000R and my 1994 CB1000F 'Big One", so I have 2 adaptors (though could make do with 1) and can use the bags on both bikes. Fireblades, CBR600s and no doubt many others use the exact same adaptor.
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    Thankyou!!!

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    Anyone got a pic with a tank bag attached? How does it look on our bikes?

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    You can see it on a CB here
    https://youtu.be/EMnoiB8CQBg

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    Yeah, I'm not really a fan of the tank bags. I'd rather a clean look (I also need to get the non- mirror mounts to remove the treaded holes). So far the Ventura rack system seems best (thinking of grocery shopping and errands), would stay off the bike 90% of the time.

    Found a USB port on my bike today, not hooked up to power, which is fantastic since last night found the accessory lead. There are two unused leads under the seat, and a fuze, so I'm guessing this is connected. Right about now I wish I had all my tools and electrical box from Australia (multimeter).

    It's actually one of the more important aspects I need on my bike (new city = GPS required)

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    Flip your mirror mounts upside down and you won't notice them anymore. That's what I did after installing bar end mirrors. Costs nothing and you can always buy some CBR brackets for less than $20 or do something else if they still bother you. I'm actually using my left one flipped upside down as a convenient spot to attach my Ram radar detector mount.
    "I don't know how to put this, but I'm kind of a big deal. People know me. I'm very important. I have many leather-bound books and my apartment smells of rich mahogany."

    My Bike

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    Bolts ordered, along with CBR mirror clamps.

    Hooked the USB port up to the accessory connector (slightly dodgily, but it's good), works fantastic.

    Also rode in the rain today, that was ok.

    Had a brown pants moment yesterday on a corner with sand / small gravel on it. Rear slid out a little, but was predictable and stable. Love this bike!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DELuth View Post
    Flip your mirror mounts upside down and you won't notice them anymore. That's what I did after installing bar end mirrors. Costs nothing and you can always buy some CBR brackets for less than $20 or do something else if they still bother you. I'm actually using my left one flipped upside down as a convenient spot to attach my Ram radar detector mount.
    RADAR detector ?????? No problems with the law where you live ?????????

    Over here in France , if they catch you with a radar detector not only do they take that away but your bike too !!!!!!!!!!!

    Strictly illegal.---
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    This is not my intention – I am simply using my experience, including other peoples, as a way of debating and giving advice - of which there is no guarantee that it's correct

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    Mississippi. Nobody gives a fuck.

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