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GT-Rx CNC Givi TankLock Bag Rings

Discussion in 'GT-Rx® CNC' started by GT-Rx®, Apr 2, 2017.

  1. GT-Rx®

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    Directions below on how to install our GT-Rx® CNC TankLock Rings on your Breva 11, Griso 11/12, Norge/Sport (2/4V) or Stelvio.

    1. Open cap, block tank opening (rag or otherwise) and remove the four (4) allen head bolts:

    TLR-Remove.JPG

    2. Flip cap assembly over and remove the five (5) phillips head screws holding the inner assembly to the top aluminum cap/ring.

    TLR-InnerAssy.jpg

    3. Separate the two and remove the rubber o-ring (not used), and fit the GT TLR to the upper aluminum cap, and reinstall in reverse order above. Be sure to align the opening of the TLR towards the rider as shown below in step 4 below.

    TLR-FitRing.JPG

    4. Finished TLR install showing the opening towards the rider. Enjoy.

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    Pics below on a Griso:

    GT-G8V-TLR1.jpg

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  2. GerryP

    GerryP Cruisin' Guzzisti

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    Todd,

    I've been looking at this item for a while.


    how about a V7 Stone??

    If it fits, Same procedure?

    What givi tank bag will work and not interfere with steering ?

    Regards

    Gerry
     
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    GerryP Cruisin' Guzzisti

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    Todd,

    Thank you for the reply.

    I think either the 3L or 4L bag would work.

    Have any V7 (non V7 racer)forum members installed the ring and associated bag? I'd love to see a picture.

    Regards,

    Gerry

    p.s. as always thank you for all you do for us Guzzi owners.
     
  5. wthammond

    wthammond Just got it firing!

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    Yep as Todd said. I have my Ram mount on a u-bolt that I put a length of fuel line over to prevent scratching. I did have to move it to make the bag work. I think if you are using the clutch, you will have the phone well to the left of the bag. I just like mine in the middle so it is behind the Dart flyscreen.
     
  6. Ghost_Bullet

    Ghost_Bullet Cruisin' Guzzisti

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    Just purchased a tank ring... and considering the right bag for Griso... I like the 4ltr for the small stuff... and the 15ltr for versatility... been looking for images of the fit esp the bigger bag... but limited on results... any feedback?? I will buy the bag local, as the cost diff here is significant compared local sourcing. Looking very forward to added space on tour.
     
  7. M0T0Geezer

    M0T0Geezer Cruisin' Guzzisti

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    Just installed - on a 2007 Norge 1200 (2-Valve) - the one-piece machined "TankLock" adaptor Ring
    https://gtmotocycles.com/products/gt-cnc-givi-tanklock-adapter-ring
    and the the ST602 4-Litre Givi Tank Bag, It seems a perfect size: Not so large to block view of GPS & instruments. I am a less is more type guy, yet it's OK if you terfer a bushel basket sitting on your tank.
    https://gtmotocycles.com/products/givi-4-liter-st602-tankbag-tanklock
    I purchased both from the GT-Rx on line store. It took about an hour to install. The fit is very nice and clean.

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  8. GT-Rx®

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    Thanks for the Dan... appreciate if you could also post this on the product purchase page as a review if you haven't also.
     

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