SW-MOTECH Alu-Rack Top Rack To Fit Many Top Case Styles for Yamaha FZ1 Fazer ’00-’04 & FZR1000 ’00-’04

SKU:GPT.06.238.100.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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GPT.06.238.100.B
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Weight:
4.23287543 lbs
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$156.95

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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

Above photo courtesy of Alan LaRue http://laruetx.com/moto/FZ1/index.html.

Silver03 an FZ1 Owners Association member said:
Is it a lot of luggage for running around town? Yes. Does it strip down to a set of rails? Yes! Once everything is set up it takes less than 5 minutes to go from bare bike to all racks and bags in place. It takes a lot less than 5 minutes. But if I told you that you wouldn’t believe me!

Adam Powell an FZ1 owner wrote to us on April 11 2005:
I just wanted to let you know that I received the Alu-Rack and Quick-Lock sideracks and it all went together really easily – a really well made product! I look forward to getting years of use out of them. Thanks for the excellent service and super fast delivery. Thanks again!

Larry Kloker owner of a 2002 Blue FZ1 wrote to us on April 26 2005:
The SW-MOTECH Alu-rack just came in and I got it installed. I experienced no problems at all with the rail holes lining up. It all fit perfectly. Never thought I’d be sayin’ this to a guy but “Nice Rack!”

Installation notes from Twisted Throttle (March 30 2005):

We’ve installed this product on the FZ1 several times in our shop and we’ve found that there are a few tricks to easily installing the product on your first try. Not following the steps below may result in mistakenly concluding that the product doesn’t fit properly.

First it’s important to point out that the holes drilled in the left and right Alu-Rack support rails are not symmetrical. Don’t worry! This is intentional and necessary to fit the bike properly.

Second before attempting to install the Alu-Rack loosen all screws holding the rear plastic fairing to the frame of the motorcycle. This will allow you to shift the fairing a bit if necessary during installation.

Third install the Alu-Rack. Once all screws are loosely in place tighten each a little at a time until all screws are tight. Don’t fully tighten each screw one-by-one as this may shift the alu-rack out of its normal flat position. Instead tighten all screws a few turns at a time until all are tight. Use of medium-strength liquid threadlocker is recommended.

Fourth re-tighten each of the screws holding the rear plastic fairing to the frame of the motorcycle. Don’t fully tighten each screw one-by-one as this may shift the fairing out of place. Instead tighten all screws a few turns at a time until all are tight.

If you follow these steps for installation and the Alu-Rack still doesn’t appear to fit correctly please give us a call!

Thanks
– The Twisted Toprack Torquer

The Alu-Rack positions larger Givi topcases so that a portion of the topcase’s front edge may be approximately 1 inch further forward than the rear edge of the passenger seat. We do not recommend use of an add-on passenger backrest when using Givi topcases on this rear rack as a backrest may further reduce passenger clearance.

Part Numbers

Our part number: GPT.06.238.100.B
Manufacturer Number: GPT.06.238.100/B
GTIN13 / EAN Barcode: 4052572005477

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2001 - 2005 Yamaha FZS1000 Fazer
All Years Yamaha FZS1000 Fazer

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  1. Question

    Danny Beacock

    Hi. I have a 2001 yamaha fz1 motorcycle with the plastic grab rails on the tail piece. I was wondering how dose the rack bolt to my motorcycle? Wondering if I need to unbolt and remove the grab rails or does the rack bolt under the seat area and i can leave the grab rails on my motorcycle? If possible could you please send me a better picture of the rack and bolting area and or install instructions. So that I have a better idea. Email address is dannyfz1@hotmail.com and or text is 905 967 4323. Thanks Danny

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