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The Givi E55 MAXIA III Luxury A Monokey Top Case
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  • Givi E55 MAXIA III Luxury A Monokey Top Case
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$499.00
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$49.90
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$449.10

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Givi E55 MAXIA III Luxury A Monokey Topcase

The E55 Tech Monokey Top Case is Givi's largest top case with a  whopping 55 liters of storage capacity. A rugged plastic construction and Givi's innovative Monokey opening/locking mechanism makes the E55 a solid addition to any bike in need of storage. The E55 accommodates two full face helmets and can carry a maximum load of 22 lbs. The Maxia III Luxury A version comes equipped with Givi's E113S remote entry kit and E112 LED brake light kit pre-installed.

Features:

  • Includes LED Stoplight Kit and Remote Entry Kit
  • Red reflector lenses
  • Dimensions: 23.2" L x 18.9" W x 12.6" H
  • Capacity: 55 liters 
  • Max load: 22 lbs
  • Empty weight: 11.11 lbs

Note: Adapter plate and/or bike specific mounting hardware sold separately. Internal document holder no longer included.

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3.4 / 5
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5 / 5
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5 / 5
Ease Of Install
4.3 / 5
Fit & Finish
4 / 5

Fitment Notes & Exceptions

  • Requires splicing of existing brake light wiring harness to tie in LED Stoplight Kit
Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Givi E55 MAXIA III Luxury A Monokey Top Case 780756 E55NLUXA Out of Stock

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Update - One Year Later
I wanted something to use on my commute - the space under my scooter's seat is decent, but not enough to hold my briefcase, if it starts raining. Also, I wanted the ability to hold two helmets, and I like the idea of having high-mounted brake lights. There is just so much about the E55 that appealed to me, I figured it was worth it to shell out the big bucks and get the best product possible.<br><br>I got the brake-light kit and the remote opener, too - I also got the inner liner and the glossy-black replacement skin to go over the stock black plastic. (I was really treating myself here...) Once I got the bike-specific mounting plate, the price stood at $704 - not exactly a bargain. On top of that, splicing the brake-light kit into the electrical system was beyond my ability - I opened up the bike, and there were wires snaking EVERYWHERE. The lousy drawing which came with the case offered me no idea how to proceed.<br><br>So I brought it to my local shop, and even the mechanic needed some time to study the electrical diagram he found for my bike online, before he went in and performed surgery. The operation was a success - the lights work great (especially at night, and they are brake lights only, not signals) - and the bill for the wiring job was $120.<br><br>So is the E55 top case worth the grand total of $824, when all the associated costs are counted? For me, it is.<br><br>It looks the business, it really does hold two XL-sized full-face helmets, the remote opener has worked perfectly so far and adds such a level of convenience - I am extremely pleased with the case.<br><br>Do I have any reservations? Yep. The red-plastic document holder has to be removed to put in the foam liner, and in so doing, one of the plastic buses that hold the screws just disintegrated in my hand. You definitely shouldn't unscrew anything more often than is absolutely necessary on this case. Having only one working screw (instead of two) has rendered the document holder unusable. That's a bummer.<br><br>Also, it is surprisingly difficult to close the lid all the way until it snaps shut, unless you are standing behind and above your bike, which position gives you added leverage. Where I park in my apartment building, there is a wall right behind the bike, and it is not easy to get my arm in there at the right angle to put the force necessary on the lid to close it all the way. That really ought to be easier. (I go to the gym and am in reasonably good shape, and shutting the lid on this case has stressed the muscle at my sternum. That was really surprising!)<br><br>Overall, I think it's a marvelous case. The size is perfect for me, the features are worth the price, and the downsides of the design are relatively small. I recommend it, though not if you lack physical strength or if you are especially short and would have trouble getting leverage on the lid. If you spring for the E55, get the model which comes with the remote opener and the lights. Those features really elevate this above being just a plastic box.
March 24, 2013
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Had a Givi on my DL1000. Superb quality.
Jeffrey W on May 4, 2014
Had a Givi on my DL1000. Superb quality.
Jeffrey W on May 4, 2014
All my friends who have this top case love it! With a big trip coming up, decided it was time to pony up and purchase it.
Daniel C on Feb 14, 2014
All my friends who have this top case love it! With a big trip coming up, decided it was time to pony up and purchase it.
Daniel C on Feb 14, 2014
Will this topcase fit my 2012 Kawasaki Concours 14 ABS? Does it require special brackets and modifications to get it to fit?
A shopper on Sep 29, 2013
BEST ANSWER: Since I own a Yamaha 400 Majesty scooter I can't say if it will fit on your Concours. Revzila should know & be able to get you the wright hardware. One suggestion - Don't pay the extra $ for the electric pocket key / fob remote opener. The quality is poor. In a few months it will stop working. I've had the Givi USA distributor send me 2 ' new ' electronic latch units & they would be o k for a few months - & then die ! Otherwise the trunk does what it's supposed to
& I really like the added safety of having extra brake lights in a higher place so there more in the face of people driving behind me. Good luck. Ray Jenkins