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on Touratech Facebook Italian Profile some pics showing a Touratech geared Scrambler are available.

shot by Herbert Schwarz (Touratech photographer and traveller) the bike is ridden by his wife Ramona

as afa as I can see

- Handguards (will fit with oem crossbar)
- headlight grill
- tank crash bar
- engine crash bar
- oil radiator protection
- rear brake tank protection
- refilling engine oil cap
- foot peg
- gear and brake pedals
- side pannier
- luggage carrier
- plate holder









Santa is coming!!!!
 

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I'd like a close up of that gear lever please Hedo, if possible,

I adjusted mine on saturday and tried it out with my heavy winter boots on , down gear changes are ok but up changing i'm still having a problem with, just changing with the welt of my boot can't get my toe under ,
 

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I hope the line will be shown at nex Eicma.... the only thiink you can do is download the images from facebook and zoom in.... however you can see the lever look long enough since the lady is wearing heavy boots, BUT that bike fits also touratech footpeg, may be both together will grant more clearence for boots
 

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The pannier looks like a 25L top case mounted on the side. It'd be less convenient than a top loader, but it would still be great to have durable panniers! That would give 50L of capacity. I just traveled 1100+ miles and camped along the way with 64L. If I had these instead of the tiny side bags I was using, I would have had almost 100L of space!

I really hope these release this as a product, and they aren't just custom made for his wife's bike only.
 

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Touratech just told me items will be availble on 2016 season.

furthermore, look the rear rack, the panniers are mounted on it and gives great area for a soft bag, the yellow one in picture is a 50 ltrs
 

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I really like the fuel can holder for the 3L gas can. I know they sell the plate but did they use the pannier carrier as the attachment frame or is it a one-off? Not so sure about the gas tank protector although it does provide some hard mount points.
 

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Would be more interested last year but now it's been almost 9 months and still no US sales. I already sought out other options for carrying luggage.
 

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What did you settle on? I'm in dire need of some but not crazy about anything I've seen.
Went with Wolfman tank bag and the expedition duffle for the rear secured with Rok Straps. Ordered a saddle bag from Pack Animal. Should be arriving soon hopefully.
 

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Went with Wolfman tank bag and the expedition duffle for the rear secured with Rok Straps. Ordered a saddle bag from Pack Animal. Should be arriving soon hopefully.
Awesome, can you show me pics of the tank bag and tail bag mounted? Did you get the blackhawk tank bag? Did you get the small tail bag?
 

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Awesome, can you show me pics of the tank bag and tail bag mounted? Did you get the blackhawk tank bag? Did you get the small tail bag?
Sure. Here's a pic. Ignore that giant black bag on top of the Wolfman duffle. That's my gigantic Redverz tent that won't be used on future scrambler adventures. And the tank bag is the blackhawk, yes.

More pics here if you are interested. Ichitz's Full Throttle/Enduro (aka. Pidan)
 

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Sure. Here's a pic. Ignore that giant black bag on top of the Wolfman duffle. That's my gigantic Redverz tent that won't be used on future scrambler adventures. And the tank bag is the blackhawk, yes.

More pics here if you are interested. Ichitz's Full Throttle/Enduro (aka. Pidan)
How can you ride it like that? My Kriega straps are attached further back and gives me more seat space. Once the straps are looped over the end or the frame by the rear light they do not slip off as the seat locks them down once on. Maybe the UE seat is not as tight fitting as th
 

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How can you ride it like that? My Kriega straps are attached further back and gives me more seat space. Once the straps are looped over the end or the frame by the rear light they do not slip off as the seat locks them down once on. Maybe the UE seat is not as tight fitting as th
With a lot of discomfort, that's how :D
You talking about the open loop near the tail light that looks like it might slip off? That works? I've since then re-adjusted so that both loops are in that bracket where the holes are under the seat. It gives me a tad more room but still not ideal. I did notice some of you guys with Kriega that can secure way in the back. I have not found the perfect strap points yet. May have to give yours a shot but I'm always worried about it slipping off that end.
 

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With a lot of discomfort, that's how :D
You talking about the open loop near the tail light that looks like it might slip off? That works? I've since then re-adjusted so that both loops are in that bracket where the holes are under the seat. It gives me a tad more room but still not ideal. I did notice some of you guys with Kriega that can secure way in the back. I have not found the perfect strap points yet. May have to give yours a shot but I'm always worried about it slipping off that end.
Yep I slip the Kriega loops on there or rok straps whenever I need to carry a bag on the seat. They wont come off with seat on .
 

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Yep I slip the Kriega loops on there or rok straps whenever I need to carry a bag on the seat. They wont come off with seat on .
Sweet! I will have to try that and report back. That'll be awesome if it works. Almost made a custom grab rail just to tie those straps! Thanks!!
 
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