1190 adventure, which panniers?

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  1. PatSmith

    PatSmith Been here awhile

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    Std bars are 30 1/5 inches
    R bars are 32 on the nose
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  2. Master

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    Many thanks, it seems the Holan set will be sticking out a bit on both sides, but not as bad as the Touratech ones.
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  3. vasculopath

    vasculopath You're not your bike

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    Are there any pics around of an 1190 with the globescout side cases? deciding between them and the Holan, and wondering how far they stick out.
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  4. vasculopath

    vasculopath You're not your bike

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    Fitted the small Pro Photo Holan top box yesterday. I also removed the passenger grab rails, though it will mount with them in place.

    It is small and won't fit a helmet, but it fits my messenger bag and small laptop perfectly.

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  5. motocityktm

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    Make sure you check out Jesse's website, he did my racks in orange to match the crash bars....looks really good! That is my bike pictured BTW. :D

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  6. Davy F

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    Just had an email that my Nomada panniers are being shipped. I've gone for the 38/31 litre boxes. I did want the set for the Remus pipe and was hoping that they would be OK with my Wings exhaust, but it wasn't to be.
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  7. vasculopath

    vasculopath You're not your bike

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    Why? I was hoping for the same thing? Do you have the shorty?
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  8. Jaimoto

    Jaimoto Spaniard in Chile

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    Are Nomada panniers different depending on exhausts? is the Remus version narrower?
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  9. Master

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    Yes.

    The Remus version works with he shorty according to Holan. They have no information on whether it works with the normal length.
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  10. vasculopath

    vasculopath You're not your bike

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    Whew, looks like my evil plan will continue then, unless the globescout are tight to the right. Still waiting for a pic...
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  11. Davy F

    Davy F Pro Goolie Fiddler

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    The shorty version will be fine which means you can go for two 38 later panniers. I have the standard length Wings pipe which is 2cms too long for the Remus racks.
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  12. GearedUp

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    I went with the 31/38 Touratech because I wanted black.
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  13. Tjeu

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    Hmmm, not fond on the touratech set-up. I must say i do like the Nomada with remus exhaust set-up! Looks very need! And you can have 2 x 38liters for 95cm (37.4") width.

    Does anyone know the overal width of the KTM plastic panniers please?
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  14. Tjeu

    Tjeu Been here awhile

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    Can you fit a helmet in a 38 liter?
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  15. Dearnla

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    The KTM Touring panniers are no wider than the handlebars on the Std 1190. I checked....:D
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  16. Tjeu

    Tjeu Been here awhile

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    Checked with Holan, can't fit a helmet in a 38 or 39box since it's just 24cm wide and a helmet is 26cm. Darn :muutt

    I guess they are still the ones to go for if you want max capacity for minimum space.
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  17. PS-RagE

    PS-RagE Been here awhile

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    I plan to use my Wolfman "Expedition" panniers. What are my options for pannier mounts/racks? It would be nice to be able to strap a Rotopax on the shifter side like the old Wolfman racks:

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  18. Jaimoto

    Jaimoto Spaniard in Chile

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    According to my obsessive compulsive disorder, that exhaust/rack/luggage is WRONG
    As much as I like the 1190R I would need a plan to fix that before getting one. The twin exhaust header from a south African (?) manufacturer should fix that.
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  19. mantan

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    Has anyone bought these yet? So far, these look the best to me among the Aluminum bags. Looked at Touratech, Globescout, Trax and the Holan. To me the Jesse's look ugly, kind of like the Pontiac Aztec of the hard luggage.

    I wanted to get the KTM branded Al panniers because I thought they may be keyed to the bike but unfortunately KTM is only offering the 31/45 combo from Touratech, which looks a bit odd. I wish they had the 31/38 option.

    The Holan Nomadas seem very slim, only 92 cm (36.25 inch) for the 31/38 combo.
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  20. Master

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    I have them on order, the narrow Remus version 2x38l. Will report after I installed them.