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I tried the BF38 but it looked bad. I searched the CB1000R NSC part list for the the part number of the filler cap then found that the new CB650 and CBR1000RR had the same part number for the filler cap. Givi website said the BF30 fits those bikes so that's what I got and as the photo shows if fits fine. The BF30 kit comes with two sets of bolts for the 650 and 1000, can't remember which I used. Hope that helps.
No doesn't help at all because of all those other words I wrote :-(
 

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Design of this bag gives far greater safety, and therefore peace of mind, over any other roll type bag on the market, as it sits, pannier style, either side of the bike.
Means you don't have to worry about it sliding sideways, and then into your back wheel, without you noticing as you ride along.

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I see that you attached the front straps to the passenger footpegs which is great. Where did you attach the straps on the back side of the bag?
 

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I got those a month back for a 5 day trip to France. They held 5 days of cloths and essentials and a few other bits and pieces. They are 2mm thick ABS plastic and no, I wouldn't like to drop my bike with them on. They did they job though and I guess it's debatable if they're worth the money. Got mine from eBay, new with small discount.
 

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I got those a month back for a 5 day trip to France. They held 5 days of cloths and essentials and a few other bits and pieces. They are 2mm thick ABS plastic and no, I wouldn't like to drop my bike with them on. They did they job though and I guess it's debatable if they're worth the money. Got mine from eBay, new with small discount.
Thanks for the feedback! :)
 
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