Mosko Moto Soft Bags for Offroad & Dualsport

Discussion in 'Vendors' started by Sideoff, Oct 14, 2013.

  1. rostov

    rostov Been here awhile

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    Thanks!
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  2. MotoJimJim

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    Just curious, which of the upcoming Canadian motorcycle shows will Mosko Moto be attending?
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  3. Andybeerguy

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    Nope, resprung fork and shock for my weight. Love the handling of the bike.
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  4. Didado

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    Like you said the passenger pegs are the key. The Perun extension plate will help but much more important is to have the right leg of the R80 stuffed so it acts like a solid brick. I stuff my flipflops with very sturdy soles between the fully packet waterproof bag and the outer bag. It 's amazing how much tighter the setup gets. It will prevent the right bag from flopping towards the wheel.
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  5. monster

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    I am interested to try the Basilisk Jacket and Pants. I have a Klim Carlsbad jacket size M and pants size 30 regular. They fit perfectly with underarmor. I am wondering what would be the corresponding Basilisk sizes? Thanks.
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  6. dooby

    dooby aka Frgich; www.lobagola.com

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  7. giles_c

    giles_c n00b

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    Hi all

    I have a bought the MM Nomad tank bag and love it, the only issue I have is the size of the map case on the top, is there smaller molle map/phone case you can get from MM or can you suggest another place to get one, I still use my phone for GPS so I only need a waterproof case slightly bigger than a Galaxy S8, but it mustn't be a tight fit or be difficult to get out, as you get your phone out all the time.

    Appreciate any suggestions
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  8. Kanatako

    Kanatako Adventurer

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    They are prototyping a smaller phone pocket for awhile, you can check their blog
    And it not waterproof
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  9. giles_c

    giles_c n00b

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    Thanks Kanatako, ill take a look. I'll need one in the next few weeks though, got a Vietnam trip planned for March.
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  10. Kingfisher88

    Kingfisher88 Been here awhile

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    Any idea when the riding gear will be avaliabe in the uk? I've been looking at new gear for a while but willing to wait a but longer
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  11. Offcamber

    Offcamber Long timer Supporter

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    Installing a Reckless 80 2.0 one a 2012 Super Tenere. The only place on the left side to mount the forward strap is really close the exhaust. The strap is about and inch away from the pipe. I am not really comfortable that the strap won't melt. I may try and rig a makeshift heat shield. Any advice on an alternate location, or will this be okay?
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    For scale here is my finger in the gap....
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  12. philthyphil

    philthyphil Nomad

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    Should be OK as long as the strap is not contacting exhaust. Hard to tell where in the world you are on the bike in the images but you should have somewhere to strap to near the passenger peg.

    Live free or die!
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  13. Crotch Rocket

    Crotch Rocket "if you get off the couch, shit happens"

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    I didn’t have much room on my crf250l. I wrapped the header there with muffler packing and used aluminum tape to wrap it. Worked fine. Little ugly.
  14. HydroDog

    HydroDog Been here awhile

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    On my 640 I had the same issue. I went to O’Reilly auto and bought a Moroso fiberglass spark plug sleeve and fit over the strap. Done!
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  15. Offcamber

    Offcamber Long timer Supporter

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    That's where it's strapped. Right behind the passenger peg.
  16. markinthailand

    markinthailand Long timer

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    Sea To Summit has some excellent small waterproof bags that will work.

    https://seatosummit.com/product/tpu-guide-waterproof-case/

    If I remember correctly they're an Aussie company so should be easy to find.
  17. skibum69

    skibum69 slave to gravity Super Supporter

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    What are these spark plug sleeves you speak of?
  18. Offcamber

    Offcamber Long timer Supporter

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  19. skibum69

    skibum69 slave to gravity Super Supporter

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    Thank you
  20. dnrobertson

    dnrobertson Big Bike, Slow Rider

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