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Givi E55 Maxia 3 Top Case

E55 Maxia 3 Top Case

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Givi E55 Maxia 3 Top Case

The Givi Motorcycle Top Cases are the result of more than 30 year’s experience of careful attention to detail and caring for the needs of motorcyclists. The Givi E55  Motorcycle Top Case opening/detaching system is operated with one hand only and the Monokey fitting system guarantees ease of use together with a high reliability and durability that always characterizes Givi products. The Givi E55  Motorcycle Top Case boasts a patented locking system that enables the opening/detaching of the case and its attaching/releasing from the plate with a single key.
  • 55 liter Top Case
  • Max load 22 Pounds
  • Capacity will hold 2 motorcycle helmets
  • MONOKEY System Technology
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  • Requires a compatible mounting kit
  • Givi Top Case Mounting Hardware and Plate
  • Givi Monokey Mounting Plate
  • Givi E Series Adapter Plate
    • Item # 57767
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    Expensive, poorly supported, loose screws, faulty lighting, but still needed

    Well, it's hard to rate just the E55 Topcase alone without considering some of the accessories you'll need: $60 - M5 mounting plate $80 - E96B topcase rack $80 - E111 backrest pad $65 - E112 stop light kit $15 - Z880 wiring harness ------------- $300 And you'll need a sidearm mount, like: $91 - Top Case Monorack FZ Sidearms 447FZ I've got about six months or so experience with my case, and have all of the accessories above. First, I agree with others that Givi instructions are poor. Fortunately you can email support@giviusa.com and they might help, though that experience left me feeling dumb and thinking I'm the only one with installation issues. Here are some of the issues I've had with my setup: - The E55 lid is hard to close securely unless the case is empty - I often find screws in my E55 case and I have to figure out where to return them. A few of the screws freewheel, which makes them ineffective. - The E96B Topcase Rack bolts also came loose so I used locktight. Same with the back rest bolts. - The E112 Stop Light Kit does not include flashers, turn signals, running lights, it only has brake lights. - The electrical contacts on the E112 Stop Light Kit don't make good contact between the E55 case and lid so my brake lights flicker, or they don't work at all if there's anything in the case. I'm looking into Admore's E55 Top Case - LED Kit (TS) as a replacement, since it has all of the indicators, is much brighter, and it doesn't depend on a secure lid connection. - The E55 case has growing fractures where the rack connects, but the heaviest thing I've mounted on the rack is my yoga mat. By the time you're done adding all the accessories you may invest $700+ (just for a trunk!), you'll have to install the upgrades yourself, using poor documentation. This is a very expensive case to be having so many issues. The rack itself looks good and is otherwise fairly sturdy and attractive, and I won't give it up until I can find something better.

    Steve - July 12, 2016

    (Park City, UT)

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    Expensive, poorly supported, loose screws, faulty lighting, but still needed

    Well, it's hard to rate just the E55 Topcase without considering some of the other things you'll need: $60 - M5 mounting plate $80 - E96B topcase rack $80 - E111 backrest pad $65 - E112 stop light kit $15 - Z880 wiring harness ------------- $300 And you'll need a sidearm mount, like this one: $91 - Top Case Monorack FZ Sidearms 447FZ I've got a few miles on mine, and have all of the items listed above. First, I agree with others that Givi instructions are PATHETIC. Fortunately, you can email support@giviusa.com and they might help a bit, though that may leave you feeling dumb and believing that you're the only one with installation issues. Here are some of the issues I've had so far: • The lid is often hard to close securely • I often find screws in my case and I have to figure out where to put them. A few of the screws freewheel, which makes them much less effective. • The E112 stop light kit does not include flashers, turn signals, running lights, it only has brake lights. • The electrical contact on the E112 stop light kit is not secured well to the lid so my brake lights flicker on and off, and they usually don't function if there is anything in the case. I'm looking into Admore's E55 Top Case - LED Kit (TS) as a replacement. It has all of the indicators, is much brighter, and its wiring doesn't depend on a secure lid connection. • My E96B topcase rack has growing fractures where the rack connects, though the heaviest thing I've mounted on the rack so far is my yoga mat. • The E96B topcase rack bolts came loose so I used locktight Givi strategy seems to be to get you to buy a bare-bones case and then add the back rest, rack, lights, etc. By the time you're done you could have invested $700, and you have to install the upgrades yourself using very poor documentation. It's hard to imagine how these kinds of things can happen to such an expensive case. The rack itself looks good and is otherwise fairly sturdy, and I would not give it up unless I can find something better.

    Steve - July 12, 2016

    (Park City, UT)

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    Givi E55 may not be as good as we all thought...

    The quality seems to be good, it's able to host 2 helmets but: this is the only topcase you can close without the keys so you may forget them inside. I saw a video on youtube where a guy opened the case with a credit card and a screwdriver in 30 seconds without damaging the box at all! I contacted GIVI regarding the last point, copying the link to the video. To this day, no answer, but the video disappeared. Givi is obviously aware of this but prefers to "cover up", a shame!!

    Oliver - June 12, 2013

    (New York, NY)

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    Givi E55 Top Case

    I'm very happy with the Givi E55 top case. My wife and I are able to fit both of our helmets easily in the top case. There is plenty of space for touring. The case is very secure, easy to open and remove.

    Frank - May 8, 2013

    (Lakewood, CO)
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