Ok, I owe some clarification for that picture.
Jeff, above WD is a small can of Motorex
chain lube. I only pack that and WD if I can really afford the space or doing long trips. To the left of WD can is a digital tire pressure gauge.
Some other less clear stuff:
From the top:
- First row - home made battery jumper cable. It's terrible but it works. Nylon wire (I still haven't found use for it but it packs small) and underneath a disposable 3l gasoline/water bag.
- Second row - Rope, lighter, flashlight, knife, ziplock bags, a headlamp, foot pump, pair of gloves. Chain lube and WD40.
- Third row - Figure 9
carabiner and some rope, Stop&Go tire plug kit (haven't used it yet), pressure gauge,
- Fourth row - Sockets and bits with a small ratchet, spare clutch lever, zip ties, electrical tape.
- Bottom row- General tools. Left to the red pliers is a stubby screwdriver that accepts bits and a a big Hex socket for Versys' front axle.
Both pliers are, kind off, redundant because I never seem to use them on the bike. Smaller ones
are pretty small and nice as they can undo a bolt.
I would like to replace OEM axle tools with Motion Pro T6
levers one day. In fact, entire Motion Pro catalog is pretty desirable.
I forgot to mention that with little clever packing everything in that picture (except: lubes, rope and foot pump) fits under the seat. I did hacksaw some of the unnecessary plastic from that area but it will sit there without issues.