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Hepco & Becker
« on: April 03, 2012, 04:11:02 PM »
Hepco & Becker have some Crosstourer-specific products on their website:

http://neu.hepco-becker.de/Web/Modelle/Honda/Crosstourer.php?language=2

I like the lights and crash bar.  :062:

I've already ordered the Xplorer 45 litre Top Case
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Re: Hepco & Becker
« Reply #1 on: April 03, 2012, 05:18:31 PM »
 :0461: good looking stuff that looks well on the bike.......Hopefully for this years trip there will be a Givi intermediate plate available to take my Monokey 45l  Top box ,tough bit of kit the basic ones ..Have had mine for almost 20 years and only replaced the lid seals twice and then only as a precaution.... I will then strap on a 50l Ortlieb dry bag (excellant) or have a good look at their moto sport throw over  panniers in the same material about £185 over here  ,at 23lappx each  they should not increase the bikes width by to much and when you take them off the bikes lines are preserved. .The good thig aout thes is that no matter how full you pack them there always seems to be a bit more room for tat item you left out!!! :084:

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Re: Hepco & Becker
« Reply #2 on: April 03, 2012, 07:07:24 PM »
Hi Mister B,  :0461:  the kit looks OK.
I'm going for the top box + bag on the pillion seat solution. I don't really need that much stuff for a week to 10 days on the road, as I'm always in a B&B or Hotel anyway.

I'm not keen on side boxes; it adds to the width of the bike and I like the look of the bike without them - although a lot of 2-up tourers will need them. If you're a short-tour man like me, then you don't really need them. I could never fill the panniers on my ST1300 when the top box was on. I think, like your Givi box, the H&B Xplorer box will last me for years.
By the end of next week my bike will be fully loaded with all it's getting - and I'll be posting some pictures.  :031:

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Re: Hepco & Becker
« Reply #3 on: April 03, 2012, 10:47:20 PM »
Great , thanks....Look forward to the pics,I will have to try and teach this brain of mine to post images!!!

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Re: Hepco & Becker
« Reply #4 on: April 30, 2012, 03:53:01 PM »
 :148:

I went to get my Hepco & Becker top case from POLO (motorbike accessories superstore) today. They had the case but no adapter plate. Does anyone know which adapter plate I need for the box? The 'tech staff' in POLO were clueless.
 

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Re: Hepco & Becker
« Reply #5 on: April 30, 2012, 04:44:57 PM »
*Originally Posted by Doc [+]
:148:

I went to get my Hepco & Becker top case from POLO (motorbike accessories superstore) today. They had the case but no adapter plate. Does anyone know which adapter plate I need for the box? The 'tech staff' in POLO were clueless.

Found it, Alurack, H&B Part No.: 650.971 01 01

Nobody has one in stock though... :157:

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Re: Hepco & Becker
« Reply #6 on: April 30, 2012, 11:05:54 PM »
I have ordered top and side Hepco & Becker - they have advised that the mountings should be ready mid May so I am expecting delivery early June below are the part numbers:

1 x HB-610210 00 00   Alu Xplorer Pannier 40Lt - LEFT
1 x HB-610211 00 00   Alu Xplorer Pannier 40Lt - RIGHT
1 x HB-650971 00 01   Side Carrier Lock It style Honda Crosstourer
1 x HB-650971 01 01   Rear Rack Honda Crosstourer >12
1 x HB-610212 00 00   Alu Xplorer Topcase 45Lt


*Originally Posted by Doc [+]
*Originally Posted by Doc [+]
:148:

I went to get my Hepco & Becker top case from POLO (motorbike accessories superstore) today. They had the case but no adapter plate. Does anyone know which adapter plate I need for the box? The 'tech staff' in POLO were clueless.

Found it, Alurack, H&B Part No.: 650.971 01 01

Nobody has one in stock though... :157:
2012 VFR1200X CrossTourer - April 2012 - http://crosstourer.tumblr.com/

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Re: Hepco & Becker
« Reply #7 on: May 01, 2012, 07:05:33 AM »
hi jacob i look forward to seeing some pics of these fitted to your bike  :)