some usefull stuff I added to my CRF1000 Africa Twin.
- GIVI crashbars (lower TN1151, upper TNH1144)
probably the best crashbars for now.
- GIVI sidestand foot (ES1144)
already lost in Bosnia… now got one from Touratech
- GIVI side case racks MONOKEY (PL1144CAM)
great locking system for adding and removing the panniers without tools, but secured with keys.
- GIVI side cases Trekker Outback (left 48L OBK48AL, right 37L OBK37AR)
the 48 litre box is really big!
- elastic nets for Trekker Outback cases (E144)
a must have to use the space in the lids.
- 3x cherry can holders (E148)
two for fuel cherry cans, one for oil and other stuff.
- 2x cherry cans 2.5l (TAN01)
- GIVI top case rack (SR1144 & aluminium plate M8A)
you don’t really need SR1144, just drill holes into the original Honda rack.
- GIVI top case Trekker Outback 42L (OBK42A)
same key as the side cases
- GIVI small tank bag (EA106B)
I don’t like big tank bags. this one is usefull for little things like sunglasses and holding the phone/camera/etc while charging.
- 2x Tool Tube
one in the back left with tools, one on the front right with some spare parts.
- Touratech handlebar riser (01-402-5255-0)
- Touratech head light protector (01-402-5095-0)
I used to have the makrolon version, but it got dull in a sand storm…
- Unifilter Air Filter (01-402-0870-0)
the Australians know how to make solid air filters.
- Hepco & Becker hand guards (4212994 00 01)
I like the look of the original Honda hand guards, so I went for these instead of Acerbis.
- Oxford heated grips (50230000283)
the original Honda heated grips are so bad, even with the replacement control unit. go for the Oxfords!
- sheep fur (from IKEA)
for my sensible ass…
- Airhawk air cussion (added later in the trip)
these are some spare parts I took with me on the great journey:
- front and back tubes 👍
- brake lever
- throttle cable
- oil filter 👍
- fuel filter
- brake pads (front only) 👍
- wheel bearings 👍
- front fork seals 👍 (replaced about 5 times)
the parts marked with an 👍 are the ones I needed on the trip and was glad I had them with me!