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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 04-05-2016, 02:14 PM Thread Starter
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Givi tankbag install

Added a small Givi 3L tanklock bag to store a few bit and pieces when out and about and be able to charge ipod/phone on the go. The bag is XS319 and the tank lock ring is BF02. Cost me just over 50 quid with the tankring

Few things to note.

Even a small bag like this one does partly cover the ignition key. You can still get to it from the side but a bigger bag would cause more issues.

Bag does not interfere when full lock applied to bars. A bigger bag may stop full lock.

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post #2 of 11 (permalink) Old 04-05-2016, 02:31 PM
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I have fitted the 3d603 tankbag to my tv . I had access to cnc machine so made an aluminum plate which I attached to the bottom of the bag.
This has tapped holes to fix to the bag and another set to attach the locking ring , but shifted to the front of the plate so that bag is further back , not obscuring the key position .
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Hi Darf4.

CNC machine, now thats a real man cave tool!

The 3d603 is a nice bag. I would have bought that one if it had fitted without interfering with the key
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Hi Streetrider

Yes you are right it was listed for the Triumph and for the Brutale. Just the right size.

Did you buy yours locally? Lived in NSW for 15 years before returning to the UK and it was always cheaper to buy my bike stuff from Europe or the States!
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Is there not any way to remove the base from the bag and move it back a little? I think the SW Motech bags allow you to do this.
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I would have to check the base to see how its secured. There are some of the Givi bags which allow you to move the base further back but they are bigger than the one I have used.
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I would have to check the base to see how its secured. There are some of the Givi bags which allow you to move the base further back but they are bigger than the one I have used.
OK, thank you for your reply. I did see a YouTube video that seemed to imply that this is possible but, as you say, it was a specific Givi bag and a bigger one to boot.

Can you tell me what the height is inside the bag below the zip line. I need to be able to have a PMR radio in the bag standing upright with the antenna poking out from the gap where the two zippers join. Given the small size of your tank bag this might not be possible. Might have to go for the ST602 Tanklock bag instead. Don't want one that's too big though, it's just a day bag for a few essentials.

Will ask the UK importer about fore to aft position adjustment.
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I have modified givi bag to fit mv turismo such that key is accessible , see my earlier post , If you want to have a look at it , pop over , I see you are in herefordshire and I live near ross on wye
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Hi darf4

Firstly hello as a local TV owner, there goes the exclusivity... for both of us I'm pretty close to Ross, just down the road in Ledbury.

Anyway, I've re-read your post and having seen a video that showed the bottom of the bag in some detail In can see what you mean, seems like an easy mod, I have drills, taps, some sheet aluminimum and a Monodex cutter (got to buy new jaws though). Will try it as it is and adjust if necessary. Going to order an ST602 this afternoon. I assume that the ring to go for is the BF02? Have read that it fits, Givi don't list the TV.

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I have modified givi bag to fit mv turismo such that key is accessible , see my earlier post , If you want to have a look at it , pop over , I see you are in herefordshire and I live near ross on wye
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