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post #1 of 21 Old 06-30-2016, 01:13 AM Thread Starter
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RR3 touring pack

After some searching and a little custom fab here is my new r3 touring
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Hi afazakas, Care to share more pictures, and also the location you get the bracket to mount the pannier? There were some discussion about having pannier for R3 but we did not manage to draw a conclusion to the discussion, and it's really great we have someone we exactly what we like to have on our R3, on this forum
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well so far i have the yamaha rear rack from austrailia. the top case is a kappa monolock and the sides are a set of k22n monokey. Side brackets are for a 2008 fz6. once i have the position and fab work done i will post more pictures.
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well so far i have the yamaha rear rack from austrailia. the top case is a kappa monolock and the sides are a set of k22n monokey. Side brackets are for a 2008 fz6. once i have the position and fab work done i will post more pictures.
Yes please! would love to see more pics on how you mount the brackets on. Thanks in advance!
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I liked the saddle bags, but the one on top.. not so much XD
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U know u can get a piece for ur passangerseat, where u can have a topbox and side bags on.
motomachines.com/Hepco-Becker-Sportrack-for-Yamaha-YZF-R3_p_5306.html

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U know u can get a piece for ur passangerseat, where u can have a topbox and side bags on.
motomachines.com/Hepco-Becker-Sportrack-for-Yamaha-YZF-R3_p_5306.html
would that mean no more carrying of pillion?
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The hepco bracket was not an option as i did not want to loose the passenger seat.
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Getting close to completetion now. very little needed to modify from the parts used

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Poor little bike, it looks horrible!
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