SW-MOTECH ALU-RACK Top Rack To Fit Many Top Case Styles for Triumph Street Triple ’13-’17 & Street Triple R ’13-’17

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Description

The SW-MOTECH ALU-RACK top rack to fit many top case styles for your Triumph Street Triple creates the perfect foundation for mounting soft or hard luggage. High quality aluminum construction is laser cut for a precision fit while the sides are CNC canted and edges are chamfered for a design that is strong attractive and versatile. This German engineered top rack is great for supporting your favorite dry bag (even

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$184.95

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Description

The SW-MOTECH ALU-RACK top rack to fit many top case styles for your Triumph Street Triple creates the perfect foundation for mounting soft or hard luggage. High quality aluminum construction is laser cut for a precision fit while the sides are CNC canted and edges are chamfered for a design that is strong attractive and versatile. This German engineered top rack is great for supporting your favorite dry bag (even large ones with the optional quick release soft luggage carrier) and many popular top cases from brands like SW-MOTECH GIVI/Kappa Coocase and Hepco Becker. Optional case-specific adapter hardware is required for top cases and attaches with quarter turn fasteners which then also allows quick fitment of a top case. Modifications to the motorcycle are not required as factory mounting locations are utilized. Significantly improve the versatility of your Street Triple with the ALU-RACK from the luggage experts at SW-MOTECH!

Features: 

  • Lightweight yet strong laser cut aluminum construction
  • CNC Canted design with chamfered edges minimizes hang ups & sharp edges
  • Perfectly integrates with factory original components & follows the natural lines of the tail
  • Creates a secure foundation for the addition of soft or hard luggage and a strong rear tie down point
  • Utilizes original mounting points on the subframe or existing luggage rack without the need for modifications
  • Quick lock fasteners allow swift mounting of top case adapter hardware (with only a coin) for the ability to run your favorite hard luggage top case
  • Attractive powder coated black finish increases durability and corrosion resistance
  • Add an optional quick release soft luggage carrier for increased support of larger bags
  • Compatible with the Type 204 EVO Tank Bag Quick-Lock bottom tank ring for mounting a tank bag
  • Designed & engineered in Germany

Adapter plates are available to fit the following Top cases

What’s in the box:

  • SW-MOTECH ALU-RACK Top Rack
  • Mounting hardware
  • Installation instructions

Part Numbers

Our part number: GPT.11.283.15000.B
Manufacturer Number: GPT.11.283.15000/B
GTIN13 / EAN Barcode: 4052572022511

Fitment

Fitment Associations

Year Make Model
Year Make Model
2013 - 2017 Triumph Street Triple / R
All Years Triumph Street Triple / R

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  1. WaynoJ

    Compact, easy to install.

    WaynoJ

    As an occasional sport-tourer, I have a Givi 45-liter top case that comes in very handy for hauling a lot of stuff, so obviously I needed a rack for it when I bought my new Street Triple 675. There are several options out there, but the SW-MOTECH Alu-Rack struck me as being much more compact and unobtrusive than the others, so I went with it, even though it was quite a bit more expensive than most. It was a relatively easy install. Other than having to drill holes in the rear sub-frame, which seemed a bit drastic, it was a straight-forward process. The rack is very well made, very sturdy and adds only a small mass to the rear of the bike. A great option if you need a rack.

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  2. Jamezracer

    Hastily designed

    Jamezracer

    I feel like this was done by an intern. The standoffs holding the bracket to the bike rely on spherical washers to correct for the brackets not sitting square on the bike’s subframe. Even at the limit of these spherical washers the bracket does not sit square. The nuts provided for attachment to the bike are distorted-style locknuts which are so difficult to thread on that I sourced my own nuts. Two different length screws are provided for no apparent reason as they go through the same thickness material in the bike’s subframe. Finally, the bracket is made in three pieces even though it could be made as one single stronger piece. The 4 flat head cap screws that are visible in the product picture hold the three pieces together and are too soft and all vibrated loose after a short ride since they are under pure shear stress. My temporary solution in the parking lot of an auto parts store in the middle of the night was to put red high strength thread lock on all of them and torque them to within a few ft-lbs of rounding the heads out. More appropriately sized hex head bolts would be better, designing the whole unit as one piece instead of three would be the real solution.

    On the upside, it is strong enough to hold a large pelican case or the weight of a person.

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  3. Wes

    Sturdy and looks great

    Wes

    Started using the SW-MOTECH Alu-Rack with adapter for Givi Monokey V47 (47 liter just fits 2 helmets). Rack is sturdy. No rack or topcase rattle. Practical and unobtrusive. I love the look and design. Only downside is with the way a Triumph Street Triple seat locks downward and unlocks upward. When a large topcase such as the V47 is mounted, space is insufficient to remote the seat. No problem removing the seat when the topcase is removed first.

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  4. soulsurfer

    Fatigue and broke after about 6,000 miles.

    soulsurfer

    My rack fatigue and broke after about 6,000 miles. I had a Givi V47 which may have been too heavy. Since there is no other options, I will need to buy another. But this time I am going to take it to a welder and have extra braces put in.

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  5. IslandTosh

    Looks good, feels sturdy

    IslandTosh

    I got this as a Christmas gift and finally got around to installing it on my 2013 Street Triple R. It comes with the necessary drill bits for the undertray; you need to drill 4 holes so that you can access the threaded bungs in the subframe. I chose to go to a Triumph dealer and purchase the OEM part that has the holes in it already, just in case I want to return the bike to stock at some point.

    Overall, install was pretty easy, easier than the install of the Alu-Rack on my 2004 Ninja 250 (the spacers were easier to keep in place this time.) That one’s given me 2 years of good service, and this one feels at least as substantial.

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  6. kenzan

    Broke after two years of use!

    kenzan

    This broke after a two years of use. Never over loaded. Used with a 37L Givi case. It broke while riding with the case completely empty. Noticed it shaking more and more as time progressed. Not strong enough metal used in this rack even for mounting a smaller top case.

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  7. arons

    Does the job

    arons

    The first one snapped on one of the arms that mount to the subframe, Twisted Throttle was great and got me a new piece as soon as they could, all no charge under warranty. I recently replaced my ’14 STR with an ’18 STR765RS and lo and behold, it mounts right up. The instructions are mostly useful (drilling out holes in the under-tray, orientation of the spacers, etc.) but you will need to remove the side panels on the rear and the center plastic receptacle for the rear seat lock, but not difficult at all. The replacement was good for about 6k miles and I just transferred it to my 765 tonight. There aren’t a lot of options and I really like being able to keep my helmet on the bike when I park or grab a couple of things from the grocery store on the way home.

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  8. Troyboy

    Does the job

    Troyboy

    I bought this for my Givi top box. Installion was straightforward and it’s made of high quality materials. Looks good and feels solid. So far so good, recomended!

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  9. Ian

    SW-MOTECH Alu-Rack Toprack to fit Givi Topbox

    Ian

    Very well made,supurb fit.
    However quite expensive!

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