SW-MOTECH Alu-Rack Top Rack To Fit Many Top Case Styles for Suzuki SV650 ’03-’08, SV650S ’03-’08, SV1000 ’03-’05 & SV1000S ’03-’05

SKU:GPT.05.232.100.B
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Description

The SW-MOTECH ALU-RACK is a clean looking stand-alone base system that allows Quick-Release fitment of TraX Givi and other Topcases SW-MOTECH luggage racks or SW-MOTECH Bags-Connection Quick-Lock Tankbags to keep your motorcycle as versatile as you are. read more

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SKU:
GPT.05.232.100.B
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Brand:
SW-MOTECH
Weight:
3.92422826 lbs
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Price

$167.95

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Total

$167.95

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Description

ALU-RACK Topracks are a sturdy and elegant solution for mounting your topcase. Constructed from high-strength lightweight aluminum for durability they are bike-specific and shaped to accentuate the lines of your motorcycle. Three mounting points for Quick-Lock fasteners in the center of the ALU-RACK allow attachment of removable adapters to fit most Topcases an SW-MOTECH Quick-Release Soft Luggage Carrier or an SW-MOTECH ALU-RACK QUICK-LOCK Tankring for fitting flat-bottom SW-MOTECH Bags-Connection Tankbags such as the QUICK-LOCK EVO Sport Tankbag or the QUICK-LOCK EVO Daypack Tankbag.

Adapter plates are available to fit the following Topcases

  • Givi Monolock
  • Givi Monokey
  • TraX ALU-BOX
  • Pelican
  • DrySpec
  • Shad SH26 SH29 SH32 SH33 SH37 SH40 SH42 SH45 & SH46 (not SH48 SH49 or SH50)
  • Kappa
  • Hepco-Becker
  • Coocase

Jakob Schwartz of the SV1000 discussion group wrote:
I used it this summer on my holiday in France. It worked perfect and I really liked the feature that I could just “click” off the rack when we arrived to our destination.

Dimensions of Alu-Rack’s flat surface:

  • 5.5″ long front-to-back
  • 7.0″ wide at front of rack
  • 3.5″ wide at rear of rack

Part Numbers

Our part number: GPT.05.232.100.B
Manufacturer Number: GPT.05.232.100/b
GTIN13 / EAN Barcode: 4052572005101

Fitment

Fitment Associations

Year Make Model
Year Make Model
2003 - 2008 Suzuki SV650S
2003 - 2016 Suzuki SV650
All Years Suzuki SV650
All Years Suzuki SV650S

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  1. sharpzuki

    Top notch product

    sharpzuki

    The engineering, quality, and ingenuity that goes into SW Motech products is unrivaled in the industry. They are not inexpensive, but worth every penny. I highly recommend them and Twisted Throttle as a retailer.

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  2. ert

    Solid product but has fitment issues with rearcowl

    ert

    Very solid and sturdy. Bolts together nicely and has great fit and finish.
    Only downside is that it only with with a rear seat… If you want to use the OEM Suzuki rear cowl with it, you must modify the cowl bracket and the swmotech bracket. I did a small writeup on SVRider on how to modify them to work together. Takes a bit of grinding and a bit of filing but it can work well and be clean.

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  3. DGBone

    Fantastic workmanship!

    DGBone

    I feel obligated to comment given that the reviews here helped me a lot in the install.
    The round spacers need to be filed down in order to fit, I suggest assembling everything “hand tight” first, then LOCTITE EVERY BOLT and tighten to spec as per instructions. Everything is carefully packed and marked, only thing that is a tight fit is those round spacers so file them down 1-2mm. that’s all. Beautiful craftsmanship!

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  4. mjm125

    very well made, easy installation on K6 SV

    mjm125

    This rack adds a lot of utility to the SV. Very well-designed and engineered. The only slight difficulty in the installation was filing down the spacers which attach the rack to the sub-frame rails. These were about 1mm too long to fit initially – I just used a metal file, but a grinder could be faster. Not sure why these spacers were designed this way when everything else fit perfectly – possibly for different model year compatibility.

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