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Re: GIVI SR4124 Z900RS 2018/19 specific rear rack - pics on bike
« Reply #10 on: January 26, 2019, 08:43:28 PM »
I tried a top case on my ZRX- wasnt crazy about it, but loved it on the concours c10. I always rode with saddle bags off, top case only.

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Re: GIVI SR4124 Z900RS 2018/19 specific rear rack - pics on bike
« Reply #11 on: February 27, 2019, 09:41:14 PM »
I decided to order up a Givi SR4124 tail rack for my 900RS last night.

After searching around the best deal I found was from Motostorm in Italy, $118 USD. I ordered a Givi E251 mounting plate also. Shipping was $33 FedEx 3-4 days to the States. So even with shipping it was much cheaper than what I could find here in the States (most list the the tail rack for $195) and are out of stock.

https://www.motostorm.it/en/accessories/bag-supports/givi-rear-mounting-sr4124-for-monokey-or-monolock--trunk.html

I have a Givi Top Box that I swap between bikes. I will mount this rack for commuting and 2 up rides. For solo rides I'll probably pull it off. I think it's only 4 bolts for mounting.

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Re: GIVI SR4124 Z900RS 2018/19 specific rear rack - pics on bike
« Reply #12 on: March 14, 2019, 01:05:10 AM »
I got the Givi Tail Rack and mounting plate installed last night. This will be my commuter / 2 up riding setup.

I looked at what it will take to make removing/installing the tail rack easier and it's not that hard. As is it's a PITA. I will leave it on for a while to see if there's anything else I want to change about it, then pull it off to modify the mounting for a faster/easier setup. I will primarily be modifying  the stock mounting bracket under the seat area to become a 2 piece affair that bolts together easily and sloting out the front holes to slip in.

Here's a photo of it with my Givi Top Box that goes on many of my bikes.