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Old 05-06-2014, 11:20 PM   #286
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It is a good looking bike but the bags are on the correct way, or Cortech put the reflective material in the front.
I also have a set of those Cortechs. If you turn the bags the other way (with the sloped bottom edge to the rear) like Av8rPaul suggested, it keeps the bags off of the exhaust much better. Mine have high temp material on that sloped section, which also is an indicator that they are meant to be mounted that way. Also see them mounted with the sloped section to the rear on the Cortech product pictures.

But whatever works for you is the RIGHT way! :)

The Cortechs come with a waterproof bag to use inside the cordura nylon outer bags. And I use a variety of soft bags as a tail bag, depending on how much I'm taking with me. I'll stay with the soft bags. They work better for me and tuck in nice and tight. Easy to take off and carry too.
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Old 05-06-2014, 11:31 PM   #287
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Some of these set ups are so wide you might as well tow a caravan!
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Old 05-06-2014, 11:40 PM   #288
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Really like those Givi's, look nice and seem very practical.
Still can't understand why they don't make an asymmetrical right side, with space for the exhaust (like the OEM ones).
Does that topbox fit 2 helmets?
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Old 05-07-2014, 04:13 PM   #289
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I have a set of Givi bags on my current bike but I couldn't live with this unsymmetrical configuration. I was hoping to reuse my Givi bags when I get an 1190 but I guess now I'll have to save for a few more months to purchase bags from a proper vendor.



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Really like those Givi's, look nice and seem very practical.
Still can't understand why they don't make an asymmetrical right side, with space for the exhaust (like the OEM ones).
Does that topbox fit 2 helmets?
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Old 05-23-2014, 12:55 PM   #290
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1190 adventure, which panniers?

This is a repost from another pannier topic:

I got the 8" Jesse Luggage. Love em and very symmetrical and only ~32" wide (i was able to use one less spacer on the exhaust side with the wings shorty). Also when they are off the mounts run so cleanly on the bike and tucked in you barely notice them. I also like the mounts allow you to move the luggage fore or aft (~5") to get them exactly where you want


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Old 05-23-2014, 12:57 PM   #291
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This is a repost from another pannier topic:

I got the 8". Love em and very symmetrical and only ~32" wide (i was able to use one less spacer on the exhaust side with the wings shorty). Also when they are off the mounts run so cleanly on the bike and tucked in you barely notice them. I also like the mounts allow you to move the luggage fore or aft (~5") to get them exactly where you want

8" what, Jesse?

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Old 05-23-2014, 01:08 PM   #292
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8" what, Jesse?

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corrected now. yes, Jesse luggage
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Old 05-23-2014, 02:04 PM   #293
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More pics please! I am interested in these also. Would like to see the bike with just the racks also
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Old 05-23-2014, 02:08 PM   #294
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Jesse Odyssey 8" width on each side?

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I also love how the Jesse Odyssey right-side rack on the 1190 can adapt to a smaller exhaust (reducing width by ~1"). As far as I know, no other manufacturer does this.
Not that it is super important, but are the Jesse Odyssey 8" truly symmetric, and if so at which point on the right side in the adjustment range does this occur?

I mean if they are 34" wide total is that 17" from center each side in stock configuration and if you have an aftermarket exhaust you can potentially get the right side down to 16"... or is the right side out a bit further to to begin with and pulling it in gets you closer to full symmetry?
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Old 05-23-2014, 02:26 PM   #295
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Old 05-23-2014, 02:34 PM   #296
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I have Jesse on my KTM 990 and love them! and yes the best looking rack when the panniers are off. 8 inch oddesy [IMG][/IMG]

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Old 05-23-2014, 02:50 PM   #297
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Have anyone touched down their Touratech cases in a twisty section?
The KTM touring cases are definetly looking the best with the REALLY fitted right hand case, but I'm not sure on the quality...

The Touratech ones looks alright, but a bit too wide maybe?

Holan also looks awesome, but the right hand case is so small...
Yes, touching down the KTM optional Touratech panniers on mountain road sports riding. bike preload set to max height, no pillion, cases are just too wide and low. See below.

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Old 05-23-2014, 04:56 PM   #298
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Not that it is super important, but are the Jesse Odyssey 8" truly symmetric, and if so at which point on the right side in the adjustment range does this occur?

I mean if they are 34" wide total is that 17" from center each side in stock configuration and if you have an aftermarket exhaust you can potentially get the right side down to 16"... or is the right side out a bit further to to begin with and pulling it in gets you closer to full symmetry?
Have look here http://www.jesseluggage.com/ktm1190.html, the bags aren't the same each side. IIRC Al mentioned they are same bags he uses for the Triumph 800's. The width at top is 8" or 11" depending on the bag. The setup for the standard exhaust has 1" spacer for the racks, which can be removed for a skinnier exhaust.

So I guess the answer is that they become more symmetric with a skinner exhaust.

You can see it easily if you look at the installation instructions. http://www.jesseluggage.com/pdfs/KTM...uly%20copy.pdf
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Old 05-23-2014, 08:44 PM   #299
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Old 05-24-2014, 08:52 AM   #300
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I really like those and the Jesse bags.
Hard time deciding.
Does anyone know how they compare by weight?
Bout the same???? Thanks for the pic's.
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