ADVM X-Frames for Kawasaki KRL650
Please Note: Rack mounts will vary from the images above.
Designed and manufactured by Adventure Moto with our friends from Outback Motortek. The new X-Frames are the most universal and functional side pannier frames yet, allowing simple, secure mounting of Rotopax, hard panniers and soft luggage.
Matt black powder coated mild steel frames with an alloy X-bracket with multiple Rotopax mounting positions for custom weight distribution, as well as multiple tie down points.
You can even remove the X-Bracket from your frames when running Hard Luggage to reduce the frame weight.
KLR650 PANNIER RACKSBy: Richard BACH on 17 June 2019Well frankly, it took me over an hour of bending and banging and vice work to adjust the left hand frame to roughly line up with the holes on the bike frame. (Brand new bike no accident damage etc.) This was after I rang the gentleman who fits them. He was very helpful. I measured the hole centres on mine and he on another Rack for a KLR in stock. They were the same, meaning no point returning it. But the modifications left flattened bent tubing and stress fractures in the weld. The fit was off by 6 to 8 mills. Way too much. My advice, try another brand. This product cost me hundreds of hard earned dollars and should have fitted as the manufacturer claims it does. It does not. This product review in no way reflects on the great service by the sales staff or the gents who gave me advise. I have brought products from them before and will continue to do so.
Very HappyBy: Craig Croke on 14 August 2018Very happy with the delivery time, well priced, very easy to install. The installations instructions were super easy to follow. Very sturdy very satisfied.
Solidly constructed, excellent clear installationBy: Matthew Brooks on 11 July 2018The installation of these was (mostly) straight forward, aided by the clearest written/pictorial instructions I've ever seen. While I've yet to take them on a loaded run, they seem very solidly constructed. The fit is snug (doubtless designed as such, for rigidity), which makes for some alignment challenges if installing without a 2nd pair of hands. The angle of the rear cross-brace necessitated inverting the number plate light bracket - perhaps there's a sight variance between KLR generations (mine's a Gen2). Overall, mighty impressed, and am now looking forward to testing it out on the trail along with the Giant Loop bags.