48 Liter https://www.ktm.com/en-lv/parts---w...gage-1001509640/top-case-1000794899.prod.htmlI just bought the Ktm side bags for mine.
I installed my side bags and I wasn’t exactly sure if I liked the looks of the bike with them on ,but yours looks really good.
I haven’t decided on a tail bag yet. I was thinking of a smaller bag but after seeing yours, I think it compliments the side bags well.
What size is your top bag?
yea I don't ride with the bags all the time I just put them on when traveling.I don't like bags on my bikes, I just ride away no bags, or if need to , just take back pack.
I was just looking how clean your chain is!!
I've taken my 890 Duke R on a long all day ride of about 600 or so miles. Mayne 50/50 highway and smaller twisty roads.Anyone else? I've been having a great time riding mine down to southern Alberta, then on to BC. Perhaps I'll try something longer one day.
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Do you loosen the bolts to run those straps under the frame rail there? Or did you make grommets that secure the staps permanently?Tail pack, bar risers (up 30mm, back 22), KTM windscreen, Ergo seat… ready for light touring.
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The straps run under the pillion seat, not the frame.Do you loosen the bolts to run those straps under the frame rail there? Or did you make grommets that secure the staps permanently?
Well Essie, I appreciated your post with 1 exception. I don't think it's girly to pack extra clothes to stay warm. Be safe, have fun.My setup is simple but effective. I've done 3 4Kkm round interstate trips on 790&890 and am heading off again in March. Grandkids living interstate are a great excuse for Granny to visit without needing lifts to and from airports
I couldn't be bothered with panniers so my twin Ventura packs work very well for my needs. Mpst of the weight in the front one, resting on the seat feels like I'm riding solo. It's not real pretty, but it works. Multiple trips allow further refinements each time I set off.
Easy on/off by undoing straps and lifting over the rack and I'm all set for staying or going.
I carry enough changes and other old girly things like warm layers for four nights away, with snacks, laptop and a CPAP machine, plus tour prop, tyre repair kit & compressor, tools, chain lube, rain gear etc. Tank bag holds the heavier tools and spare gloves etc. Very doable if not camping (too old for that).
For shorter trips, I'd only need one pack, of course. But it's nice to have the option without having to install other stuff.
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Nice…. I agree.
Email them direct and they will confirm one way or the other.Has anyone installed a GIVI top case rack to their 890? I've used their cases on many prior bikes and like the system. Their site shows a rack for the 790 Duke, but I can't find a reference there or elsewhere on whether it fits the 890 Duke. I'm assuming there's a 95+% chance it would fit, but would be nice to confirm before ordering.