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Givi rack, but which one?

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hi there.

So I’ve had my bike for about 3 weeks. Loving it so far. Runs awesome, already put about 1000 Km’s on it. Now time to get some travelling gear and a few other little bits.

I bought it used and it came with ”Givi Monokey” pannier racks, according to the dealer. And that does seem to check out with pics I've found online, but which one I’m not sure. For 2021, I believe it should be the PLX1192. While these look *mostly* like a those, the cut corner vs full square doesn’t jive.

I want to buy some boxes but can’t figure out which will fit. I was thinking V35 or V37, or Kappa K33 - those fit the PLX1192, but not sure about these. Perhaps these are older NC750X racks that the previous owner retrofitted somehow, they do look properly fitted. Anyone recognize these?

Your input is greatly appreciated. Thank you.


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I have the same ones. They will fit the e22 boxes and similar. Those won’t fit the v35, they take their own racks that are special
 

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I have the same ones. They will fit the e22 boxes and similar. Those won’t fit the v35, they take their own racks that are special
Thank @Rabbit ! I appreciate the confirm.

From the Facebook group, I think I’ve narrowed it down to either the PL1111 or PL1192. Does it matter which it is if I buy the e22 boxes? I’ve read there are various attachments needed depending on the boxes chosen. Givi sure doesn’t make it easy, I’m normally reasonably clever but working out their fitment is a bit of a trick.

Not going to hold anybody to it of course, but should the e22 boxes fit out of the box, as the racks are set up today, or do I need other bits?
 

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In my experience having fitted the e22 racks to my 2013 700 and 2018 750 there are no extra gizmos needed to fit the e22. They clip and lock on. From Givi looks like you have the 1192 racks. PLX1192 are the racks for the v37 which are sort of S shaped. PL1111 are for the nc700 2012-2015 ish.
 

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Thank @Rabbit ! I appreciate the confirm.

From the Facebook group, I think I’ve narrowed it down to either the PL1111 or PL1192. Does it matter which it is if I buy the e22 boxes? I’ve read there are various attachments needed depending on the boxes chosen. Givi sure doesn’t make it easy, I’m normally reasonably clever but working out their fitment is a bit of a trick.

Not going to hold anybody to it of course, but should the e22 boxes fit out of the box, as the racks are set up today, or do I need other bits?
1111 was the hardware series number that Givi assigned to the original NCX body style, 2012-2015.
 

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In my experience having fitted the e22 racks to my 2013 700 and 2018 750 there are no extra gizmos needed to fit the e22. They clip and lock on. From Givi looks like you have the 1192 racks. PLX1192 are the racks for the v37 which are sort of S shaped. PL1111 are for the nc700 2012-2015 ish.
Sweet. Ordered and enroute from Fortnine.

Thank you!
 
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