Mosko Moto Reckless 80 Liter System

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Chris Moritz
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It's SW Motech EVO footpegs:

They are wider and larger than the OEM pegs.
I have mounted them in the lowest position (-15 mm).
They have made a bigger difference than I had expected. I really like them.
Thanks Don. I'm going to take a look at those pegs.

Looks nice I see they significantly increased the price as well. Can't go wrong with Mosko stuff.
When I was looking for luggage I was a bit put off on the price of the Mosko Moto stuff. It's high quality and so many configurations that you truly do get what you pay for. I have the older version of the Mosko Moto Backcountry 35's. I'm very happy with them. I expect them to last the life of my bike.
 

Don T

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Holan Nomada Pro and Mosko Moto R80 Revolver data comparison:

Capacity:
Holan Nomada Pro 2 x 38 L = 72 L (the exhaust cut out on the left panniers steal 4 L)
Mosko Moto R80 Revolver = 72 L (I didn't get the 2 x 4 L aux pockets)

Weight:
Holan Nomada: Panniers 12.9 kg/28.5 lbs + rack 3.2 kg/7.1 lbs = 16.1 kg/35.6 lbs
MM R80 R: Harness and straps 4.29 kg/9.5 lbs + all bags (except the aux pockets) 2.04 kg/4.5 lbs = 6.33 kg/14 lbs


Even though the Holan Nomada panniers are pretty light compared to many other brands similar alu panniers, I still save 9.77 kg/21.6 lbs with the MM R80 R without losing capacity.
 

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WOW!! It looks like the luggage is custom made for your bike. What I like about it is you have plenty of room to move around while standing when the terrain gets tough.
 

Don T

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WOW!! It looks like the luggage is custom made for your bike. What I like about it is you have plenty of room to move around while standing when the terrain gets tough.
Yep - it fits like a glove and even the colors is a perfect match.
 

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I really like that the beaver tail is removable. Did you put any clear vinyl on your bike to protect it rubbing. My Strom had a bit of paint removal from the PO running the MABDR with an R80 and not putting anything between it and the bike. I wish it didn't eat up the pillion seat so much as it does or I would sell all my other luggage and just go with this, but I have a feeling wifey wouldn't be too happy.
 
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