Givi E370 Monolock Top Case
It would be nice for more detailed instructions on adding light kits.
Removing the side covers was very difficult for the installation of light kits..
There is a specific sequence the panels need to be taken off without possible damage to the plastic.
June 21, 2016
Love it. Just wish you didn't have to lock it to get your key out.
November 16, 2015
Givi E370 Monolock case works for me
The E370 holds my full face helmet plus a few other items. It goes on and off the bike easily and securely with the key. It meets all my needs for a top case, at a competitive price.
September 28, 2015
Urban do all carry case
I used this bag/case on my yamaha wr250r for a solid seveb months and six thousand miles . I basically used the box to run around town for small purchases. The box looks deceivingly smaller in stature than there larger 46 liter boxes but packs quite a bit. I can fit my aria xd3 helmet, (inside the helmet: Daniele pro carbon gloves, Olympia orange vest), and then wrap the Daniese Portland 2 with armor (size48) around the helmet and still latch the givi case; while shopping, at the beach or anywhere I don't want to schlep around my attire. I then would buy whatever I need and put the gear on and stick the purchases inside. For trips to Costco or the supermarket where I wasn't filling up the shopping cart; the givi case and a medium size backpack would handle the duty.
The case is large enough for around town or a 1-2 day trip, and small enough where you don't get buffeting or loose the streamlineness at speeds of 70-80 mph. Also when weighted down the case/bike didn't feel top heavy .
For installation I bought a ProMotobillet rack for around $130 that mounted onto the rear fender of the bike. There product was solid and with a bit of fanagaling and patience I installed the givi plate adaptor. The case snaps onto the adaptor easily and is secure once mounted. I really liked my Givi case. It made the bike super useful for those trips around town: Costco, home depot, bed bath, beach, restaurants, etc.
The case never got in the way of lane splitting at highway speeds, it took about a few days to get the feel of the case, but overall the case was indispensable, enough that it took the place of my F-150 for 80% of the tasks.
Update I have since taken off the adaptor plate and the case off the Yamaha WR250R since I now exclusively use the moto on the dirt. When hitting the dirt trails the large 2 foot bumps and jumps would cause me to hit my tailbone on the plate; so it became an issue.
I have since gotten a Triumph street triple 675 and will probably get the custom rack to fit the case for two up riding. I have a tail bag for the Triumph but in instances where I am gone overnight or need to carry a second person the tail bag sits on the seat- so it is a no go.
Lastly, I was going to make some LEDs for the large wrap around lenses, but never had the time to futz with it. I was also thinking about using some silver foil HVAC tape to line the inside of the plastic under the red side reflector to help refract the light from headlights back for better visibilty but never did it. Thanks for reading my novel. ;-)
November 9, 2011
Perfect for a retrofit
i have a 1980 Suzuki, and just installed a vintage cargo rack I found online. After rehabbing it, I wanted some luggage for the back. Install of the mounting plate was simple and smoothe. It fits tightly, locks well, and has good capacity. Also helps improve visibility on my bike with the red reflectors. Not a single complaint.
August 1, 2011
This a nice accessory.
Wanted something to carry small items and this worked well.
June 20, 2011