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I'd be very interested in seeing and reading about what you guys have managed with regard to luggage options on the NSC.

Tank bags - other than the tiny Honda jobbie, what, with a decent capacity, is known to fit ?

Rear seat bags - again, other than the 15 litre (22 litre fully expanded) Honda seat bag, what has been proven to fit and work well ?

Panniers - tricky given the design of our bike, but what, if anything, has been fitted safely ?

I had a look at SHAD hard cases at the NEC show the other day and would very much like to go with a pair of those, if only they can engineer some sort of rack to fit the NSC.
 

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There’s a couple of threads on this already.

Have the Honda tailback and find it is great quality and pretty big.

i have the Shad box that fits to a passenger seat mount for the previous model CB1000R. I hoped I would have been able to swap it to the 2018 model, but it doesn’t fit, and I doubt it could be modified to fit. Shame, because it was a good size for storing helmet and jacket when parked, and could carry a lot of stuff on longer trips.
 

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I designed a custom bracket to mount the support bars (also had to cut a hole through the back of the sleeve for the bars). The bracket is pretty much just a 90 degree adapter that mounts between the passenger pegs and the subframe
 

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How did you route the under-seat straps for the Kriega tailback? I just bought one and will be having a crack at fitting it for the first time tomorrow.
The stock seat has two pre-attached strap "hooks" (Not sure what to call them) at the rear. As for the front two, I mounted the straps on the cross-bar pointing towards the front of the bike. Slightly weird setup. I'll try to take a picture tonight of the straps, and post that up.
 

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The stock seat has two pre-attached strap "hooks" (Not sure what to call them) at the rear. As for the front two, I mounted the straps on the cross-bar pointing towards the front of the bike. Slightly weird setup. I'll try to take a picture tonight of the straps, and post that up.
Thank you!
 

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I designed a custom bracket to mount the support bars (also had to cut a hole through the back of the sleeve for the bars). The bracket is pretty much just a 90 degree adapter that mounts between the passenger pegs and the subframe
Well done! Don't understand why SW Motec does not offer this for our CB.

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