Why not go to the dealer and ask them to remove the seat pan? You will find the area to be quite small and limiting.Hi,
I'm about to shop for a versys 2015, but I would like to see the underseat compartments before hand, just in case.
Pictures, videos, depth, width, height if possible.
because dealer (the only one who has it in showroom) is too far, and we dont ride bike in winter here to go there (and no car).Why not go to the dealer and ask them to remove the seat pan? You will find the area to be quite small and limiting.
Well, if the 2015 is anything like my 2011, there isn't any room to store anything. Under seat area holds the battery, some electronics, tool kit, security lock and seat latch and that's it. The seat pan occupies most of the available space.because dealer (the only one who has it in showroom) is too far, and we dont ride bike in winter here to go there (and no car).
I could also have said: because I want more than one person to benefit from the answer, on the net.
people do you a favor and you thank them by those comments? Good luck with that.Actually not much; you didn't empty the compartments first! LOL.
And the resolution (was that a 2007 cell phone...!) and lighting are so bad I have no clue what's what, like the rounded shiny piece...
Thanks anyway for the effort.
The question I'm trying to answer is if that can hold my old gorilla 8017 alarm system (3.6"x3.1"x2").
Or at least the 9100 unit (2.75 dia x 1.5") Gorilla Cycle Alarms - Quality Motorcycle Alarms
The rest I can relocate (even the tools' pouch, altough I would prefer not to).
sure, why not.... doesn't matter. :wink2:--------so the 8017 is the 2 inches the depth?
If you meant in the seat cowling, then I hope it can be secured in place. Yes it is waterproof.9100 the 2.75 inches diameter may fit on the left side under the plastic--is this alarm encapsulated ( waterproof)