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post #11 of 20 Old 03-27-2016, 06:22 PM
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I have considered putting 3M protective film on there.
Do it. I've ****** my tailpiece by having a bag on it.
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For those with the US30, would it be possible to upload a picture with it attached. I'm keen to get the 30+10+10 combo but it really doesn't seem like it would fit lengthways (at least without compromising my space on the seat) and hence I'm thinking I might need to buy the 20+10+10 combo instead.

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Kriega Tailpacks

This is mine with the US10 fitted, no problem with tail rub so far
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I ended up buying the US30 and 2 x US10s - have just returned from a 2,000km round trip to the Australian MotoGP and the Kriega bags were great!
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I have the US20, this is how it looks in my bike.

https://www.gsxs1000.org/forum/attac...=37130&thumb=1
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It is enough for a weekend or even 3 nights, but it would be very tight for anything else, also it depends if you have to carry raining gear, etc... then it is not very big...

I don't like how it is when it is not full, it looks like it's not secure enough from my point of view, so I always try to get stuff until it's full... Anyway, I always use it for weekend trips, so it is not a problem to fill it...
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I am a big fan of Kriega kit. Have a US20, 2 US10s, R30 rucksack, R3 bumbag, Harness Pocket, and a tank adapter. None of it has ever let me down.


Did you strap yours to the rear subframe? I'm planning on getting a Hepco and Becker plate to mount the US bags on when I go on tour next year as I have trouble trusting them to just the seat.
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I mount my US30 to my gsxs without any plate. The front two straps mount to the subframe, and the rear two loop together under the seat. Seems secure enough, doesn't shift around at all.

I've been thinking of getting the hepco becker sport rack so I can mount a rotopax to carry some extra fuel, but I don't think it's necessary for a kriega tail pack.
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In my case, the two rear straps go under the seat, the front ones to the passenger foot pegs (not the foot pegs themselves, but the bars that hold them), no plate. The straps under the seat are always there, and the front straps are installed/removed in seconds, it is truly a quick thing to install and remove...

I was thinking about the Hepco and Becker "C-Bow" mounts for the side soft bags for longer trips, but I'm not sure if they are compatible with the fender eliminator I have installed, does anyone has experience with it?
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I got the US20. Let's just say its everything they say about it and more. It was 30 minutes fiddling with the attachment, but you only have to do it once. Then taking it on and off is a matter of seconds.

It takes surprising amount of stuff. Here, I have it with laptop (in protective sleeve), charger, a 0.75l bottle and a big load of groceries my wife asked me at the last minute to pick up. Then I went on for an hour in the mountains and didn't even notice it was there. Thoroughly impressed.


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I ended up buying the US30 and 2 x US10s - have just returned from a 2,000km round trip to the Australian MotoGP and the Kriega bags were great!
thanks for posting this



am sold
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