Givi S310 Trekker lights

Discussion in 'Equipment' started by Karbono, Mar 7, 2012.

  1. Karbono

    Karbono Rookie GSer

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  2. DinX

    DinX Been here awhile

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    Following this thread. I have asked the same on another forum. They look pretty good and are pretty cheap (150€) with relay and handlebar button included.
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  3. Karbono

    Karbono Rookie GSer

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    You can find them on www.ebay.it for 100€ + postage. I think the cheapest one I found was 100 + 32. Most of the sellers don't send to other countries. I'm travelling to Italy next month... Maybe I'll look over there.
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  4. Karbono

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    Meanwhile, if someone finds a review, feel free to post it here.
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  5. DinX

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    At first sight it looks like they have a plastic housing in stead of aluminum. But hey, for that price ... :)
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  6. Karbono

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    It's plastic, but it's the kind of plastic that's tougher than most aluminium. Givi's plastic cases can take a beating.
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  7. DinX

    DinX Been here awhile

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    Then I know what to buy when I get my next paycheck :)
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  8. Karbono

    Karbono Rookie GSer

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    I ordered a set of these for 103
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  9. DinX

    DinX Been here awhile

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    Any news on that ? :ear
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  10. SauceSquatch

    SauceSquatch Been here awhile

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    I'd be interested in your review...
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  11. kojack

    kojack My Hardley is a POS

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    Yes, please a review. Also do you think you can retrofit to a hid?

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  12. nobody

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    Givi should probably fit those somewhere else on that TNR
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  13. SauceSquatch

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    Yeah, if you have a stationary headlight I feel like you need something attached to the forks as well, but on that where would you put em?
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    Inside the crash guards somehow or forks or next to headlight,the way I see it that fairing will be trashed in case of a lay down
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    SauceSquatch Been here awhile

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    Ahhh, good point. That would just grind in, I didn't even think of that.
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  16. Karbono

    Karbono Rookie GSer

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    They've arrived, but they've arrived in France. :D

    I should have a review up two weeks from today, when I get back. Perhaps even a small video like I did with the Givi top case.

    I'm planning to attach them on the inside of the crash bars. I'm a bit worried about water resistance and heat, but if they work well, I might even order a second set (would the battery be okay with that?)


    Stay tuned :)
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  17. Karbono

    Karbono Rookie GSer

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    There they are :clap
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  18. mamm

    mamm < advertise here! >

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    Please don't forget the review, I'm almost ordering one!
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  19. SauceSquatch

    SauceSquatch Been here awhile

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    He said he would post a review in two weeks, that was 3 days ago. If your thinking about it you should just buy them and do a review too :clap
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  20. mamm

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    Ok, I pulled the plug. ETA is five days, and knowing myself like I do the installation will probably be done as soon as I put my hands on the thing... :D

    I'll report back after installation.
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