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I need to order a top bag for my 2009 Tiger 1050 and I am exploring my options. I like the Givi okay but the Coocase 48 Liter seems to be a better value. Plus, I don't think either of them have matching panels to my Tiger's white paint, so I think I'm going with matte black, either way.

The problem is that when I go to twistedthrottle.com, the page on the Givi cases for my bike are very informative but the pages on the coocase cases are not. Do they use the same mounts and brackets as the Givi, or what? Anyone have a Coocase on their Tiger 1050..?

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Disregard....

I found an application chart on a different model. The S50...

Sorry mods...

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FWIW-I have the Coocase 48 and it's a well made case-does what I want it to.
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FWIW-I have the Coocase 48 and it's a well made case-does what I want it to.
Yeah, that's what I ended up getting. I got the premium model with the lights and alarm. Overkill, perhaps but it's been working out great, so far.

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Fivehundo I was looking at the Coocase as well for my 08 1050. I have OEM side bags. What adaptor set and plate did you use to attach to the bike (mounts and brackets) Thanks.
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Fivehundo I was looking at the Coocase as well for my 08 1050. I have OEM side bags. What adaptor set and plate did you use to attach to the bike (mounts and brackets) Thanks.
I used the ones from SW Motech. If you call the guys at Twisted Throttle, they will tell you exactly what you need. They were very knowledgeable.

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