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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 01-31-2010, 02:04 PM Thread Starter
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post #2 of 16 (permalink) Old 01-31-2010, 06:51 PM
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Has anyone used the Ventura luggage system on their F4 with twin Arrow cans?

http://www.ventura-bike.co.uk/

If so any feedback if it fits ?
Hi used the venture system on my f4 1000 when i had arrow twin cans on fitted no problem did a tour round spain
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i got vetura stuff very nice but prefer to use a rucksack as i only got the tour bag

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post #4 of 16 (permalink) Old 02-01-2010, 03:58 PM
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I have been everywhere with my Ventura Bag, the only way to tour on an MV.

I have no idea how anyone can do it with a backpack, so painfull after a 6 or 700km ride. Just did a quick ride with a friend up to Mt Hotham, awsome roads and just so much fun to do long distances on the MV.
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I have been everywhere with my Ventura Bag, the only way to tour on an MV.

I have no idea how anyone can do it with a backpack, so painfull after a 6 or 700km ride. Just did a quick ride with a friend up to Mt Hotham, awsome roads and just so much fun to do long distances on the MV.
I was on the website for the bag and it only had it available for the BiPosto. I see on your pic that you have a monoposto..Where do the "L" brackets mount? and do you think they will work on a 750 F4 EV03?
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I am mates with mvf4sr and it is a bi not a mono, and i must say i am getting one too.
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I can't comment on the fit of Ventura gear on MV's but I did have it on a Honda 1100 Blackbird I had. I rode to the GP at Phillip Island a few years ago in the pouring rain and all my change of dry clothes was saturated when I arrived. Problem was that although the material was waterproof the cotton along the side of the zippers wasn't.
Had to pack everything in a plastic garbage bag inside the Ventura after that if rain was likely
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hi all

just to let you know ventura do not make the brackets for the mono
you could ge tthe brackets and modify yourself to fit the mono

beware the bars that fasten to the exhaust hangers do vibrate and rub the cans and scratch i can prove this and provide with pics

i must say tho if you fettle with the fitment you may ge tover this issue other than that ventura stuff is top mark
i'm just hacked off i din't know the hangers would rub has since cost me a nother set of end cans but hey atleast i can do the gazman mod hehe

i'll upload to my album all the photos which i took when i fitted the ventura stuff if anyone want me to

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forgot to add you have to modify the plastic undertray to fit the brackets the slots ain't big enough

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post #10 of 16 (permalink) Old 02-07-2010, 08:14 PM
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Your right, my exhaust tips are marked as well (bugger!) but that was more my fault than the design. Didn't have to modify the undertray though.....brackets fitted straight through with a bit of jiggling.
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