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  1. Ditto. Dealers will offer at least ,£500 less at trade in if it's not there ,!🤔🌞
  2. LeeS, you are going to get many contrary opinions on this topic. I am 29.5inside leg. I have a 2019 Tracer GT. Yes the bike is tall but feels nothing like the Specn suggests when you get on it. I have mine on the low seat setting. Yes, I would rather it was 25mm lower but it is manageable imo. Yes, you do have to look at the road camber when you are getting off but I never ever wish that I had not bought it. P.S. The OEM seat is really uncomfortable, goodness knows what Yamaha's pared down version feels like. Bagster rules.
  3. PhotoAl, Having scrutinised your xlnt pics am I correct in identifying that your bash plate has --- A one piece mounting bracket that crosses the bash plate and is secured by Two sump bolts, at each Side -- and then to the "rear" of the bash plate. A mounting bracket is secured by Two sump bolts, at the Front of the sump - and to the "middle" of the bash plate.(similar to SWMotech/clone design). And finally A bracket from the RHS of the bash plate is secured to two engine Casing bolts. Have I got it correct ?? (I note also that the "upturned front exhaust protector section", of the bash plate, is welded to the sides of the bash plate --- which must make it more robust than for example the SWMotech design.)
  4. It's for the "tool" kit and it is a pain to fit on the hooks.
  5. https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source=web&rct=j&url=https://m.youtube.com/watch%3Fv%3DBRZBcZ5ghfc&ved=2ahUKEwik4P7-5eDpAhVYUhUIHRzcC4gQwqsBMAJ6BAgEEA0&usg=AOvVaw3 of_LvtTSKU4gAOnPA5oHhT-
  6. For what it's worth I checked my dealer fitted Givi crash Bars to see if there were any "stampings" on the bars proclaiming Givi. There were not. I realise that "a negative" does not help your certainty !!
  7. Could you post the eBay link to the item you bought, please. I had an eBay ex China clone on order recently but it did not get delivered (and I got a refund).
  8. I cut mine out leaving only two or three mm of the original "wall" all the way round. I did it pretty crudely, with a "Stanley" knife, and tidied it up as I got some material cut out. Clearly Mr.Yamaha thought it was needed presumably to strengthen the "pan" so I guess you need to decide if your bike will be ok. It does wonders for storage though. I am sure many will have done it.
  9. Look back up this thread to find the connector.
  10. I would only add that it would be a good idea to add an inline fuse if you are going to use the aux supply without a relay or smart fuse box device. I am sure someone said what the current rating of the Yamaha Aux supply is but I don't recollect what it was.
  11. Bet the Ignition key still goes in a stupid place !
  12. Disconnect negative battery terminal first; Reconnect negative battery terminal last.
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