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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 02-17-2002, 02:47 PM Thread Starter
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Talking FZ1 - Givi Luggage

Ok first off. The Givi Instruactions were great. Secondly, the Five Star Rack I got from www.riderhaus.com is great too. The worst thing abotu the whole expereince, waiting and some of the instructions are in German. But other than that, I am Very very Satisfied!

P.S. Extra weight makes it way to easy to throw the front up I tried adjusting the suspension, but I don't think I got it right. I made it 2 Clicks Harder on everything in the Rear, is that enough?

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http://109.ipowerweb.com/myy7559/Yam.../TheMods/Givi/

Right Side (If you look close, you can see the Engine Guard from Yamaha)

Left Front

Just the Top Givi

Just the Racks

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Lights on the Top Givi


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Very nice setup. You're ready to roll now!!

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My buddy with the VTX1800 says it looks like a Gold Wing. LOL


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I have Gviv bags and I love them but I got luck and my instructions came in English.

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My GIVI instructions came in english. That stuff was easy to work on anyway LOL

I didin't order the GIVI rack, I order a Rack from Riderhaus that came from a place in Germany. So German instructions But i got it on and all the bolts are still in place


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