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Hello,
I moved a year ago from France to Southern California.
In France, I bought in may 2020 a Versys 650 from 2007 and I really enjoyed it.
Before I moved to California I had to sell it with big regrets. Recently I bought a Versys 650 from 2011. I think it's a really reliable motorcycle. I use it mainly to commute to work.
I already made some improvements on it, I change the light bulbs to LED.
Next, I plan to add a top case. I am looking for a trunk support.
 

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Thank you @Artvarck ,
I saw that 3 trunk mounts are availble for this bike: Givi, Shad and SW-Motech. I was wondering if the Givi was sturdy enough. The SW-Motech looks very sturdy. I already bought a used top case Shad SH37 and it has its plate with it.
Yes, I enjoy the lane-splitting :)
 

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Thank you @Artvarck ,
I saw that 3 trunk mounts are availble for this bike: Givi, Shad and SW-Motech. I was wondering if the Givi was sturdy enough. The SW-Motech looks very sturdy. I already bought a used top case Shad SH37 and it has its plate with it.
Yes, I enjoy the lane-splitting :)
Welcome, did you check Kawasaki accessories for the trunk mount?
Mine is really well built and engineered.
 

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Welcome, did you check Kawasaki accessories for the trunk mount?
Mine is really well built and engineered.
Kawasaki OEM luggage is made by GIVI
 

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Welcome from SoCal. I'm in the Cerritos area..
 

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Welcome Cedric,
I have on my kitchen table a SW Motech tail rack that I plan to mount today. The other SW parts I've added (crash bars and center stand) have been impressively made and engineered, and this is just as impressive. It will replace a home made bracket that restricts opening of the seat without removing some bolts, and I'm excited to see how it mates with my home made pannier mounts. There's always something to improve upon.
Ride safe!
 
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