I want a luggage rack. Sick of everything in my backpack. The only luggage rack I can find by hepco-becker requires a euro spec tail light and new turn signal lights. Rizoma works. Where can I find the tail light?
Understood. I guess my question is how to wire the tail-light to accomodate the Rizoma turn signals. I assume the mounting to the frame is the same pre-2022 and currently.any Triumph dealership. They are on emergency back order as in there are no extras out there, only enough for production. You can use the older euro spec light from the 19-21, Thruxton S/R 16-19 and Scrambler 1200 19-21 - however, you’ll have to manually wire it as the harnesses are totally different..
I ordered a Euro spec light months ago for a project. But I just gave up after all these months of waiting and ordered one of those tail lights And manually wired it
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That's the fix I need! Are you here in the states? Did you do the work or tell me who did yours?I have the Givi on my 2020 Speed Twin I cut the lower braces off and had it re powder coated now I can easily remove it, it's still more than strong enough to support anything I will put on it and it doesn't interfere with the stock turn signals.
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I cut the bracing off with a hack saw then used a grinder with a flapper disk to smooth out the welds then the powdercoat shop sand blasted it and re powdered it in satin black.I see you're in Canada. But thanks for your post anyway, now I know what to tell a shop to do to my rack
Thanks, that's exactly my situation. Did you have to use longer bolts at the top shock mount?I cut the bracing off with a hack saw then used a grinder with a flapper disk to smooth out the welds then the powdercoat shop sand blasted it and re powdered it in satin black.
I wanted a rack that could be easily removed as I want one for longer trips to strap a bag to but I think the bike looks better without one so for day to day use the rack comes off. I cut the lower bracing off with the intention of having different bracing welded on in order to clear the larger North American indicators when I reinstalled it without the bracing there was no flex at all it feels solid if you plan on using a large or heavy top box I would look at some additional bracing for my use it's more than sufficient. This is the Givi rack if you use a different manufacturer it may not be as sturdy after modifications.
I mention this as the OP was looking at different indicators and tail lamp to work with an aftermarket rack my point was if you modify the rack you don't have to mess with the lighting unless of course you want different lighting. I like the oem indicators and the Canadian models come with the center tail and brake light so I wanted a rack that worked with the original lighting.
I have both the front and rear AND tail lights to convert a US spec bike to the Euro. But honestly the rack modification that Tytan posted will be a lot cheaper. But if you are interested I'll look back at what I paid and consider selling to you.I want a luggage rack. Sick of everything in my backpack. The only luggage rack I can find by hepco-becker requires a euro spec tail light and new turn signal lights. Rizoma works. Where can I find the tail light?