My heart is set on the adventure tourer look and it is the Pelican style that I am after
Narrowed it down to:
Pelican 1620 at 24.8 x 19.4 x 13.9
B&W B55 at 17.91" x 14.37" x 12.40"
It will be paired with either of these as panniers, but for everyday use the panniers are removed for lane splitting and it will be just the top box alone:
Seahorse 720 at 20.19 x 15.53 x 7.48"
Pelican storm at 21.2 x 16 x 8.3
Do you think that the Pelican 1620 will look too large as a top box, specially when run without panniers?
Since I do not have a passenger will be mounted forward over the passenger position to keep the weight over the axle, and even longitudinally if required
Cheers, Jeff Two weeks in the western US
SW-Motech crash bars & bash plate
SW-Motech quick lock rear rack
Two seahorse 720 cases / panniers
Givi wind screen
Am in the Philippines now and my buddy carried over the B&W 55 as a suitcase and I will take back to Thailand as my luggage and avoid doubling the cost
I have not therefore mounted it yet, but will do so and post a pic
Panniers are not yet bought and will have to wait and come back as luggage when I go to Canada this summer
Waffling between the Seahores 720's and Storm 1600's
You guys in the US are lucky and can just order what you need at a fair price
I have a Givi. I think it's 35 liter, easily holds a helmet. It is their top of the line model and BEST OF ALL it has a remote to open it. They gave me this model for the price of a cheaper model because the cheaper unit was out of stock. I put the givi back rest on it for the wife. The remote is MAGIC. Push the button and it opens. No key needed. The box is excellent as well.