The quick release case adapter is a universal case mounting system that will transform any Pelican style flat sided case into quick release motorcycle luggage. It features an integrated keyed snap lock which attaches and locks your case to the sideracks on your motorcycle in one simple motion. This is an adapter kit, case sold separately.If you already have cases or plan to buy them elsewhere, this quick release adapter kit is perfect! AS long as the case is flat sided case that is at least 10.5" wide X 12" tall. We recommend the Pelican Storm IM2600 Case (sold separately). The quick release case adapter is designed to mount to SW-MOTECH or Givi sideracks and SW-MOTECH Alu-Rack or Steel-Rack topracks.
This quick release mounting kit includes:
- (2x) Quick release case adapters
- (1x) Siderack mounting hardware (same kit for Givi and SW-MOTECH sideracks)
- (2x) Keyed alike locks (locks the cases to your sideracks)
Packages which include quick release mounting kits and cases are also available HERE
In the event of a crash the lock is desgned to fail before destroying the Pelican case, side carrier or sub-frame of your motorcycle. If you plan to to do some serious off-raod riding and can anticipate parking the bike on it side regularly we suggest carrying an extra set of locks.
Pelican Storm iM2600 luggage system video review:
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- Review by Robert
Build quality is simple and effective. I used it to mount two Pelican 1550 cases to a Givi tubular rack (PL532) on my DL650. I was going to build my own setup, but by the time I could manufacture or piece together the parts, I'd spend just as much time and money and not have something I could trust, nor really lock. Installation was relatively quick - the only problem I had was that I stripped out 3 of the hex head bolts that mount to the actual rack. This is what I notified Twisted Throttle about. I had to extract the screws and I installed tougher ones in their place. Although I don't think it was completely their product - the Givi Tubular rack I was installing to I think had paint or something in the threaded holes. Possibly a combination of the two. Either way once this was remedied the rest of the process was quick and painless. Until someone tried to steal one of my panniers. The lock held up and they didn't get it, but the 'panel washer' got a little bent up and I had to fix it. I've dropped the bike on it's side and the cases stayed put and nothing broke, so the hardware is pretty tough. Overall if you want an effective and simple way to mount panniers to your bike with some peace-of-mind, I'd highly recommend this product. (Posted on 8/17/13)