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Perun moto KTM 790/1050/1090/1190/1290 products

Discussion in 'Vendors' started by Perun, Feb 15, 2019.

  1. Perun

    Perun Been here awhile Super Supporter

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    Don't have first hand experience, but XS pack should work great.

    12l may be too big to use it under Monsoon 3, I would stick to XS pack.
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  2. coloktmGS

    coloktmGS Been here awhile

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    Any chance you could make something to fit in behind the exposed bump that remains on the forward shroud after removing the side pods? I love your simple small racks and I love not having the pods. BUT...that bump that is on the very back of the forward shroud is right where I squeeze with my legs and after a full day riding, its a wee bit sore...anything we could do to fix that?
  3. Perun

    Perun Been here awhile Super Supporter

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    I will look into it. At the moment, nothing easy (relatively cheap) comes to my mind, but I will keep thinking about it.
  4. Perun

    Perun Been here awhile Super Supporter

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    Mosko moto folks recently updated their famous Reckless 80 bags. New version is called "Revolver", or simply "V3.0". Biggest improvement is that the angle of side pockets is now adjustable. With this upgrade, bags fit on KTM 790 Adventure R perfectly. So, lets get into the details.

    Reckless 80 is delivered disassembled. Mosko Ash made a great installation video for the bags. For 790 Adventure R (and 2019+ 690 Enduro) I found that position 3 works best.

    In order to provide decent support for the sides of Reckless 80, I use our KTM 790/890 Luggage rails. On the RHS rail, I carry Mosko moto Fatty Tool bag.

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    I use 4 liter dry bag I got with Mosko moto Aux Pox on the LHS rail.

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    I carry all my tools in Fatty and I have tire repair kit, front inner tube (just in case) and air pump in the 4 liter bag.

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    Mounted like this, these bags are perfect stand-offs for the legs of Reckless 80.

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    And, of course, I use our Perun moto 790/890/1X90 Top luggage rack + Subplate. Removing stock grab handles helps, as bags fit better without them. Rack provides perfect strapping points for Reckless 80. And there is plenty of room left of the rack, for additional luggage.

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    I use stock passenger foot peg brackets for lower Reckless 80 straps.

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    Setup like this, Reckless 80 Revolver is perfectly secure and symmetrical. Luggage is as close to the bike as possible and mass is centralized. Bike handles very well. More, bags proved to be perfect cushion pillow in case of a fall.

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